Time to replace or repair your leaking outdoor faucet

Now that we’re heading toward summer months and warmer temperatures, it’s time to get out the garden hoses and connect them to your outdoor faucets. Most of you will do this without a hitch, but some of you are going to find out that your faucet won’t work anymore.

One of the most common causes of faucet failure is the damage done by years of exposure to freezing and thawing. We’ve seen plenty of cases where an ageing faucet stem breaks over the course of a winter, even a relatively mild one like the one we just had in Northeast Ohio.

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A Grohe kitchen faucet brightens even the best gourmet kitchens

If you want to add an unmistakable touch of class to your gourmet kitchen, you can’t do better than a Grohe faucet. The collection of faucets available exceeds anything you’ll find at your local hardware store, no matter how big it is. Quality like this is to expensive to stock in a big-box store.

Grohe kitchen faucets offer user-centric features that make all the difference. Comfort, design, flexibility and German craftsmanship make using Grohe products such a pleasure.

That German perfectionism extends beyond the surface of the products available to you. Grohe prides itself on its rich history of superior engineering, the […]

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Winter tips to avoid costly plumbing repairs

Okay, all you procrastinators out there, I’ve got a tip for you! We’re going to have a stretch of somewhat warm weather for the next week or so, and that means you still have time to do some last minute winterizing of your home. Let’s face it, the job is easier to do when it’s 40 degrees outside rather than 5 below zero. Here’s what we’re talking about…

You want to keep your plumbing system in great shape year ‘round in order to minimize the chance of having a serious problem, like a burst pipe in your home. If you’re not […]

Here are some New Year’s resolutions that will save you time and money

This is the time of year when practically everyone makes some kind of new year’s resolution. You know the drill: quit smoking, lose weight, win the lottery, make peace with your brother-in-law. Of course, most of the time our efforts fail. In many cases, we probably weren’t really determined to make good on the resolution — we just thought it was something we ought to do.

Well here’s an idea that we hope you’ll take to heart. What if you made a few resolutions that were easy to do and which would actually save you time and money? Would you be […]