Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Licensed, Bonded, and Insured.

What do those words mean when you are hiring a plumber? They all sound “warm and fuzzy,” but what do they really stand for? These three qualities are more important than you might think. It really can make the difference between a job well done and a real nightmare! Chattanooga plumber All Home Plumbing wants you to avoid the nightmare.

Here is what they actually mean –

1.  Choosing a licensed plumber means you’re doing business with a company that meets the requirements for the job.

2.  A bonded contractor is one who has purchased a surety bond. Ask about it if you are not sure what that is.

3.  And finally, never hire a plumber who doesn’t have insurance.

When you call All Home Plumbing in Chattanooga you get all three…licensed, bonded, and insured. Oh, and one more thing…peace of mind! The Chattanooga area market has trusted All Home Plumbing for decades and you can too. Just call (423) 598-1466. For all the plumbing services they offer please visit their easy to remember address allhomeplumbing.com.

Monday, October 4, 2021

It Happens about Ten Times Every Winter.

What does? The temperature dips below 20 degrees. Sure, that’s cold (not Boston cold, but cold nonetheless). However, what could that mean for your outdoor pipes in the Chattanooga area? Depending on wind and other elements they could be in real danger! All Home Plumbing of Chattanooga is here to help.

Here are some preventative measures you can take in a couple of months -

1.  Wrap them in heat tape.

2.  Seal up all of the leaks.

3.  Let a little bit of water drip at the outside spigots.

4.  Open the cabinet doors in your house.

Some of these steps (and more) are fairly simple, and some require a lot of bending and stretching. If you want the job of insulating your pipes done right why not call the professionals at All Home Plumbing, serving the greater Chattanooga area throughout this century. That number is (423) 598-1466. See the many ways they can help you at allhomeplumbing.com.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

How are Things in the Kitchen?

Your Chattanooga area kitchen sure got a workout during the pandemic! Now you may be remodeling the entire kitchen or buying some new appliances. When you do, you will need to make sure that they are hooked up properly. By calling Chattanooga plumber All Home Plumbing you will have peace of mind.

For example, you should definitely call a plumber to install your new dishwasher. There may be many home projects that are DIY on the surface, but when it comes to installing an appliance that requires plumbing know-how, it is generally best to call a licensed professional to ensure installation success.

That licensed professional plumber in Chattanooga is All Home Plumbing. Really, the name says it all and the website does as well…allhomeplumbing.com. If you are considering new kitchen appliances or a complete kitchen remodeling count on All Home Plumbing at (423) 598-1466. 

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

What is Hydro Jetting?

Hopefully, your Chattanooga area home or business will never need it, but you should know what it is in case the Chattanooga plumbing professionals at All Home Plumbing suggest it. You can’t escape the fact that blockages in your plumbing system can lead to clogged drains and a contaminated water supply.

Here is an explanation…hydro jetting, as it is known, is a method used by experienced plumbing contractors such as the ones at All Home Plumbing to clean clogged sewage lines. Hydro jetting systems normally use water at a pressure of about 35,000 pounds per square inch or more, which works like a bulldozer!

All Home Plumbing is a hydro jetting and drain cleaning expert. You can count on them every time to unclog your Chattanooga home’s drains…guaranteed. If you have clogged drains, call the plumbing pros at All Home Plumbing at (423) 598-1466. See their plumbing prowess on the net at allhomeplumbing.com.

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Testing for Backflow.

First of all, here is an explanation. Backflow is considered the flow of liquid under reduced pressure into the distribution pipes of a potable water supply from any source other than the ones for which it was intended. All Home Plumbing wants to make sure you stay within compliance.

How often does your backflow preventor need to be tested? A reduced pressure zone assembly or abbreviated RPZ absolutely needs to be tested every year. Then, every five years it should be rebuilt. It is YOUR responsibility to make sure that it is functioning properly at all times!

To stay up to date please call (423) 598-1466 and have your Chattanooga area plumber All Home Plumbing properly test for backflow. If your RPZ system needs rebuilding, they will do it professionally. For the full story of all the services provided by All Home Plumbing of Chattanooga visit allhomeplumbing.com.

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Do You Know What is Going on with Your Water Lines?

Let’s face it…as water lines age, they can become more vulnerable to the effects of such things as ground movement, water pressure, the buildup of mineral deposits, and yes, even tree root intrusion. Don’t ignore that last one! When it comes time to inspect, and perhaps replace, a water line in your Chattanooga area home or office call All Home Plumbing.

In the process of replacing as well as installing new water lines quickly, efficiently, and guaranteed, All Home Plumbing uses trenchless pipe techniques. This sure-fire approach can handle most water line problems without leaving your yard, landscaping, or your driveway a complete and utter mess!

When water lines become a problem at your office or in your Chattanooga home call All Home Plumbing right away. They will troubleshoot the problem and recommend methods on how they will fix it. That is All Home Plumbing of Chattanooga at (423) 598-1466. Why not take a quick minute and visit allhomeplumbing.com on the web?

Thursday, July 15, 2021

The Pros and Cons of Gas Vs. Electric.

Let’s start with the obvious, the typical lifespan of a water heater is between 8 and 15 years, so it is likely that most homeowners in the Chattanooga area will have to replace theirs at least one time over the years. All Home Plumbing will help you decide between gas or electric…or even tankless if you wish.

A few of the pros of a gas water heater are…lower energy costs, the water heats up faster, and will work during a power outage. A few of the electric water heater benefits are…a lower cost up front, there will probably be less maintenance, and there should be little or no safety concerns.

All Home Plumbing of Chattanooga has been installing water heaters of all types since the beginning of the 21st century. We won’t try to sell you, but rather advise you, about which water heater is best for you. Have one of our experienced plumbers come to your home in Chattanooga by calling (423) 598-1466. When you have a minute, please google allhomeplumbing.com.