Tuesday, July 24, 2018


Remember the Rolling Stones song?  These days, when we think of Angie, the list may be the first thing that comes to mind.  Comments on Angie’s List are important measuring sticks sometimes when hiring a new plumbing company.  So, what does the local version in the Chattanooga area have to say about All Home Plumbing?

Here are some excerpts…All Home Plumbing did a great job!  (The plumber) “was very positive and polite and came back promptly and replaced the pump.  (He) explained each charge carefully.  Despite being in a very difficult situation, we were very pleased with the work that was done”.  That sounds good, doesn’t it?

All Home Plumbing serving plumbing needs in and around Chattanooga and the Tri-State area have been getting rave reviews such as this for many years…and deservedly so!  Whenever you have a plumbing problem in our area there is one name and one phone number to remember.  It is All Home Plumbing at (423) 598-1466.

Get Back Backflow.

When a backflow problem grips your household, it will definitely get your attention.  This is not just a leaky toilet, or a clogged disposal, this is a potential crippler!  Backflow is a term in plumbing for an unwanted flow of water in the reverse direction and it can be a serious health risk that needs to be dealt with quickly and completely.

This nasty event is caused by cross-connections that have the potential of allowing contaminants into the drinking water system. Back siphonage can occur when the pressure in a tank or water trough is lower than the water system's pressure. Yet another cause of backflow is back pressure.  It happens in our area all of the time with our hilly terrain.

When backflow rears its ugly head in the Chattanooga and Tri-State area it is time to call in a real professional.  That is backflow plumbing expert Josh Casey and his team at All Home Plumbing.  Patty takes your call and schedules an appointment for a visit from Josh and his crew.  Just give her a call with any plumbing problem at (423) 598-1466.

7 Tips To Keep Kids Safe in the Backyard Pool

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"Drowning in swimming pools is the leading cause of death for kids ages 1 to 4, with most of those deaths occurring between May and August, according to a report from Safe Kids Worldwide."

Read on for 7 tips to help keep your loved ones safe in the backyard pool!