A Small Leak Can Sink A Big Ship

A Small Leak Can Sink A Big Ship March 19-25 2018 is the 10th annual Fix a Leak Week hosted by the EPA. ” Household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide, so each year we hunt down the drips during Fix a Leak Week. ” Help protect your country’s most […]

Modern Plumbing

Modern Plumbing Necessity is the Mother of Invention Imagine you live in Columbia South Carolina in the 1800’s. No water heaters, no real plumbing systems at all, just water pumps and wells. You would have a Saturday night bath, so you were clean for church on Sunday morning. Your bath is taken in a galvanized […]

A History of Plumbing

The History Of Plumbing Roman Empire to 1870 Plumbing is a vital system we use daily but probably never realize how important it really is. We never give our plumbing system a second thought until we are inconvenienced by it not working. But did you know plumbing hasn’t always been in our homes and businesses? […]

Keep your head above water!

Keep Your Head Above Water! What is a Sump Pump? A sump pump is a pump that is located in a basement or a crawl space of your house. It is dug underground and it will catch any groundwater that could seep in through cracks in your basement or crawlspace walls. Then it will transport it through […]

Winter Temperatures and Your Home

Winter Temperatures and Your Home It’s cold outside and Jack Frost is nipping at our pipes. Here are some simple but effective ways to reduce your risk of a frozen pipe. Basic winterizing steps everyone should do:  Remove and drain your water hoses from the outside of your house. If there is water left inside […]

How to Avoid Frozen Pipes

How to avoid Frozen Pipes With winter approaching in South Carolina, now is as good a time as ever to start paying attention to your pipes. There is a lot that goes into the freezing and bursting of a pipe. Here are some tips and information about how to avoid freezing and bursting pipes this […]

How We Use Water

How We Use Water As November comes to an end, Kay Plumbing wants you to remember, it is important to protect our water supply and critical infrastructure all year, not just in November. To end the month we are going to share this wonderful blog by the EPA. It is a easy read on how we […]

Roots in Sewer Pipes

Rootin Around Roots in your yard crave water and will go wherever they can find it, even to your underground sewer piping. Learn about the potential risks and treatment that are involved with different sewer pipes…. Sewer Line Problems You have a sewer line running from your house to the city main sewer line out […]

Keeping Infrastructure Strong and Secure

Keeping Infrastructure Strong and Secure November is Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, a nationwide effort to raise awareness and reaffirm the commitment to keep our Nation’s critical infrastructure secure and resilient. Kay Plumbing has committed to building awareness of the importance of critical infrastructure. “In this day and age, the quality of your water […]

“30 Reasons to Buy A Water Heater from a Professional Installer.”

  “30 Reasons to Buy A Water Heater from a Professional Installer.” Kay Plumbing is locally owned and operated in Lexington, South Carolina. That is why we care so much about the quality of plumbing services in your home and businesses, we are your neighbors and what is good for you is good for us. […]