How to Keep Your Pipes from Freezing Frozen pipes are not something many people worry about in South Carolina, or anywhere in the deep south, for any good reason. Winters are typically mild and short, and opportunities for frozen pipes don’t often come up. But with the changing weather and the increasingly-common ice events throughout North […]
How to Fix an Overflowing Toilet Toilets are some of the most integral fixtures in our home plumbing systems. And like any other fixture, they get clogged. Most of the time, this isn’t a big deal, if you know what to do. Here are some basic steps to fix an overflowing toilet. They include the traditional plunger, […]
5 Common Plumbing Issues and How To Fix Them Plumbing issues are often the most stressful. We can’t just ignore them, and in many cases, we can’t just fix them quickly and easily on their own. But if you have a basic understanding of common issues (like plumbing backups, clogged sewers, a clogged drain line, or leaking pipes) then you can more […]
How to Become a Plumber Plumbing is often referred to as “recession-proof”. That’s because plumbing, unlike other trades, supports essential sanitation and health-related aspects of modern society that never go away. This isn’t to say that plumbers always have work, or that plumbers don’t get laid off. But it does mean that plumbing is a […]
Family Disaster Plan This week we Kay Plumbing will be sharing how to prepare your family and protect your home. The following is from the International Code Council, for week three of National Building Safety Month.