Brooks Plumbing Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Olympia’

Welcome to the 2020 Water Heater Debate!

Monday, October 14th, 2019

Good evening everyone, and welcome to the first water heater debate of this election season. Tonight, we will be asking our candidates, the tank and the tankless water heater, to demonstrate their ability to keep up with your hot water demands. This will be a competition of cost, efficiency, and comfort, so don’t go anywhere.

Understanding the differences between the tank and tankless water heaters can make a huge impact on your decision-making process, so if you are in the market for a brand-new water heater this year, keep reading below (Oh, and of course, remember to schedule your water heater services in Olympia, WA with our team, a proud sponsor of the 2020 Water Heater Debate!)

Now, on with the debate!

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Could Your Drains Use a Cleaning?

Monday, June 24th, 2019

pipe-burstYour drain and sewer system is arguably one of the most important parts of your plumbing system, so it’s no wonder why plumbers can’t stress enough the importance of regular drain cleaning services! You see, left undealt with, clogs and blockages will quickly build up inside your drain pipes, leading to all sorts of other issues. And, of course, you certainly don’t want that.

Many homeowners don’t know the signs that their drains are in need of a good cleaning, so below, we have listed some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more. And remember, if you notice any of the following signs, be sure to schedule your drain cleaning services right away to keep your Olympia plumbing in good shape! 

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Your Guide to Installing a New Water Heater

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Owning a great water heater is absolutely essential to your comfort — stepping into a hot shower is perhaps the *best* feeling in the world! And without a great water heater, how would you wish the dishes, do your laundry, or enjoy a bath after a long day at the office?

So, if your hot water heater is no longer getting the job done, it might do you well to consider installing a new one. Now, we know what you’re thinking, and yes, installing a new water heater can certainly be a little overwhelming. But, that’s why we are here to help!

Below, we have provided you with a sort of quick-guide to installing a new water heater. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more! 

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How Video Pipe Inspection Can Help You

Monday, May 27th, 2019

Your plumbing system is quite large, quite complex, and quite hidden from view. So, how is it that plumbers are able to pinpoint even the smallest issues? Surely, it’s impossible to spot pinpoint leaks in pipes hidden beneath floors and behind walls, right?

When you encounter problems with your drains, pipes, or even your main sewer line, you don’t want a plumber coming into your home and tearing your property apart. So, it is for this reason that plumbers now use video pipe inspection. This technology allows plumbers to see every detail of your plumbing system to locate an issue without ever having to dig through drywall or unhinge a floorboard to get to it. Below, we will explain how video pipe inspection works and how you can benefit from these services.

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Here’s Why You Need Regular Plumbing Services

Monday, April 1st, 2019

There are a number of reasons why homeowners do not contact their local plumbers when there is a problem with their plumbing systems. Often, though, the reason is that they are blissfully unaware that there is even a problem brewing.

Therefore, homeowners wind up waiting until disaster strikes to make the phone call. Of course, this is the last thing that you would want to happen, which is why it is so important to detect plumbing issues early.

As you know, your plumbing in Olympia, WA is vital to your everyday life. An efficient plumbing system provides clean water for bathing, drinking, cleaning, and etc. Like all other systems in our homes, our plumbing systems need regular upkeep and maintenance services to prevent problems in the first place. It pays to be proactive, and below, we are going to explain why.

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How a New Water Heater Will Benefit You

Monday, February 18th, 2019

No matter the temperature outside, you depend on hot water for warm baths, clean clothes, and sparkly dishes. This is why it is especially important to make sure that your hot water heater is running as efficiently and effectively as possible. So, what do you do when your water heater no longer can keep up with your hot water demands?

Of course, deciding to replace your water heater is not always an easy decision, which is why hiring the right plumber in Olympia is super important. Replacing an old, outdated water heater can end up saving you hundreds of dollars in the long run. Sure, the initial purchase price of a new system can be a little overwhelming, but installing a new water heater can definitely be a worthwhile investment. In case you aren’t yet convinced, we have listed some of the many ways that installing a new water heater can benefit you. Keep reading to below to learn more! 

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Here’s Why You Should Invest in Hydro-Jetting

Monday, February 4th, 2019

Leaks and clogs in your plumbing system can wreak havoc on your home and property. Of course, many issues can go unnoticed simply because the majority of your plumbing system is tucked away behind walls and underneath floors. This is why it is especially important that you receive Olympia plumbing services regularly to avoid the costs and damages associated with major plumbing issues.

The best way to keep your plumbing out of harm’s way is to tackle problems head-on, both by reducing the risks of them forming and scheduling prompt repairs when they occur. There is one method that plumbers utilize that does both: hydro-jetting. This method of drain cleaning is used both proactively and reactively, making it a worthwhile investment for homeowners all across Washington. Keep reading to learn more. 

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Here’s How a Low Flow Toilet Can Save You Money

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Get ready for some potty talk because today we are going to be talking about your toilet. We help many homeowners make the switch to a low flow toilet. Installing a low flow toilet in your home is one of the best ways to conserve water, which is good for the environment and your wallet!

There are a number of low flow toilet options, so it important to consult with a professional plumber in Olympia, WA before you make any final decisions. Brooks Plumbing Company offers a great selection of these products, and we will be glad to work with you to find just the right one for your home! If you are looking to save money on your water bills this year, all while protecting the environment, consider installing a brand new, low flow toilet. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of these toilets. 

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Remodeling Your Bathroom? Here are Some Tips

Monday, December 24th, 2018

Deciding to remodel your bathroom can be both exciting and stressful. You are excited to have a beautiful, new bathroom, but you might not be sure how to get there. Hiring the right contractor for your home project can make a world of difference in saving you both time and money. We understand that doing it yourself might seem like the cheaper route, but trust us, a major project such as a remodel is best left to the professionals.

We recognize that you want your bathroom to be functional and comfortable, which is why we are here to help make that possible. Brooks Plumbing Company offers bathroom remodeling services in Olympia, WA. If you are seeking the right plumber for your project, consider us. Below, we have provided you with some cost-saving tips to consider before you begin your bathroom remodel. 

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What to Know about New Plumbing

Monday, December 10th, 2018

copper pipes and plumbing fixturesOver the course of the years, many advancements have been made to indoor plumbing to further improve how fresh and wastewater are transferred to and from homes throughout Olympia and beyond. For many decades, the type of piping materials most commonly used included clay, cast iron, and galvanized steel. But each has fallen out of use by professional plumbers due to their tendency to break down or corrode.

So if you are looking to schedule a new Olympia plumbing installation to replace your existing pipes (this service is called repiping), it’s probably because your home was built in a time that these materials were still common, and your current plumbing is in danger of failure from corrosion. Fortunately, when you call on our team for this service, you can count on our plumbers using the right material, to ensure that your new plumbing lasts for many, many years. So, what are these materials?

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