• Flushing The Toilet When the Water is Turned Off in Riverside, CA

    Flushing The Toilet When the Water is Turned Off in Riverside, CA The ability to flush the toilet in your home is something needed at all times, but what do you do when you’re without running water? When your water supply is off, the toilet plumbing goes with it. Being able to flush your toilet […]

  • Does Riverside Suffer from Hard Water?

    Does Riverside Suffer from Hard Water? Hard water is annoying. It causes plumbing problems, ugly limestone build-up, makes for rough drinking water, and it’s generally unsuitable for washing. Unfortunately, most of the residents from Riverside, CA suffer from hard water. Some people might not even be aware that they suffer from hard water problems because […]

  • How To Get Rid of the Lead in Your Pipes

    How To Get Rid of the Lead in Your Pipes For over a century copper tubing has ruled as king in the plumbing industry. Reliable, corrosion resistant, and bacteria deterring, copper has long been the go-to material for home plumbing systems. However, modern polymers have given us a new alternative material, PEX (cross-linked polyethylene), that […]

  • Is your Riverside tap water as clean as you think?

    Is your Riverside tap water as clean as you think? Living in a first world country, we naturally expect that when we turn on our taps, clean water will be available for us to drink. Residents of Riverside have unfortunately not been so lucky recently, as their tap water has had a certain “musky” or […]

  • Live in Riverside? Have you checked you have an Earthquake valve fitted?

    Live in Riverside? Have you checked you have an Earthquake valve fitted? In the beginning of the 20th Century, natural gas began to be used in both domestic and business premises. With natural gas, people could efficiently heat their homes and cook food, and its use quickly became ubiquitous. For most people in most regions, […]

  • Riverside faces even tighter hose pipe limits

    Riverside faces even tighter hose pipe limits Riverside has become the first city in California state to sue over the water restrictions placed on it by the State Water Controls Board, which is demanding an “arbitrary and capricious” reduction in water usage of 28% – despite Riverside’s large ground water supply. Under these rules it […]