Reasons to Consider Re-Piping Your Home

Have you ever heard of the term “re-piping?” Most people think it just means fixing a couple pipes at a house or a business, but it actually encompasses a complete replacement of the supply plumbing system. Rather than offering a temporary fix, re-piping is basically starting fresh, with all new piping for your system. What… Read more »

Why Would a Toilet Make Gurgling Sounds?

Does your toilet make a gurgling sound every time you flush it? If so, you should not ignore it, as gurgling sounds are typically a sign of a problem located somewhere in your plumbing system. There could actually be any number of things wrong within your system, so you should have a licensed plumber come… Read more »

Don’t Let a Slow Drain Become a Major Problem

A slow drain in your home is usually the indication of a minor blockage somewhere in your plumbing system. Over time, dirt, debris, hair, soap scum, toothpaste, food particles, and more can build up inside of your plumbing pipes and cause them to drain slower than usual. By doing some routine maintenance on your plumbing… Read more »

Reasons to Have your Gas Line Inspected

Brutinel Plumbing regularly installs or repairs gas lines. With gas lines, there’s no room for error. Brutinel workers must follow all safety rules and regulations in order to ensure that your gas lines are properly fitted. There can’t be any leaks or any potential hazards in the way that could cause you or your property… Read more »

Things to Ask Before Hiring a Plumber

Before you hire a plumber to come into your home and deal with plumbing problems, there are certain questions you should consider asking them. First up, ask if they’re licensed. They should be licensed, which means they’re registered with a governing body at either the state or local level. If they’re not licensed, they have… Read more »

What Should You Know About Plumbing Codes?

Did you know there’s such a thing as The National Uniform Plumbing Code? It sets the standards for plumbers across the country and ultimately helps promote the public’s health, safety and welfare. The code is like The Bible for plumbers– a guide book filled with informative chapters about things like plumbing fixtures, water heaters, sanitary… Read more »

How do Circuit Breakers Work?

Think of a circuit like you’d think of a racetrack. The race car is like electricity. It starts at the starting line and then races around the circuit/track, back to the finish line. Most people get their electricity from a power plant. There’s a power distribution grid which delivers power to people’s homes. Inside a… Read more »