It is finally here. The Pumpers Magazine is shipping out this week to all the pumpers and plumbers around the United States. We are featured in this months issue. Check it out. www.pumper.com
The Pumpers Magazine that is shipped out to most all plumbers / pumpers in the US has chosen our company to be part of their cover story in the December issue. Our profile write is done and now all we have left is pictures taken. The photographer contacted me a couple of days ago and we have until July 19th to get them done. I'm thinking I will have them taken on the 8th so that it will give us enough time to get more pictures if needed. It is because of you, the Upper Cumberland, that has given us this chance to grow to the size that we are and making us the #1 plumbing company around, bar-none. Thanks again for your loyalty to our company.
I'm finding it hard to post on this website. Truthful, I just don't think about it. However, I do post on my Face book page all the time. Go to "Contact Us" and click on the face book icon and it will redirect you there.
Thanks again for all the support and comments.
Clogs are one of the most common homeowner problems. They are not only an annoyance, but can also lead to overflows and water damage. Keep your drains clog-free by implementing these easy preventative practices.
• Never flush sanitary napkins, baby wipes, or very thick toilet paper down the toilet. These can expand or get caught on corroding pipes and cause clogs.
• Do not use liquid cleaning supplies meant to clear clogs. These cleaners can damage pipes. Rather, try using a plumbing snake or plunger.
• Utilize strainers to catch hair in showers and tubs.
• Never put fat, grease, or cooking oils down the drain. These fats solidify in cold pipes and cause clogs. To dispose, put it in a Tupperware and leave it on your counter until it solidifies. Then dispose of it in a compost bin for garbage collection.
Water Savings Calculator
Our water savings calculator is a calculation of how much we have been able to save our clients by installing water efficient products. It is a running total of water savings now that they invested in products that improve their home, lower their utility bills, and look great!
An average toilet in a home uses over twice as much water as a
current high efficient toilet and in water savings alone usually pays itself off in two years or less! That means you get a new toilet for free after two years of use and will incur continual savings year after year!
Shower heads and faucets:
High efficiency shower heads and faucets are some of the best investment you can EVER make in your lifetime. Many homeowners report a return of up to 640% in ONE YEAR alone!
Do you have a dripping faucet? Check out how much you are
actually loosing by clicking here and calculate your loss!
All of these and more are ways we save our customers money on their #1 investment. Their home.
Due to all the rain we are having, most peoples septic tanks are failing so don't be alarmed. The only way to give you relief is to get it cleaned out. That will buy you a few days until the ground absorbs the water. Call us today for your solution!!
Tired of high electric bills? Check out your options of tankless water heaters. I took out my old electric heater and installed one in my house. My gas bill runs around $13.00 to $16.00 dollars and my electric bill drop approximately $45.00 dollars. Never run out of hot water again!!!!
My name is Shane Buck, owner and operator of Buck's Plumbing and Sewer Service. I will blog important things one needs to know regarding your plumbing needs. Check back often to see what is new.