"Is this enough toilet paper mommy?" Those entertaining commercials on TV are great at getting us comfortable talking about "the go", but what they don't tell you is the ugly truth about "the go"... just because it flushes down the toilet doesn't mean that it will make it through your plumbing system. Here's what happens: Your toilets all connect at some point into one pipe and that one pipe goes to your city sewer or septic system. Most of us "flush it and forget it" but muc
Do you have a leaking pipe or is your toilet overflowing, causing a big mess?! The first thing you can do to stop the water is to shut off your main water line. In this quick video Tio shows you how! Got a question for Tio? Email him at Tio@crossroadsnjny.com or call Crossroads Plumbing & Heating at 201-384-3063 to schedule an appointment today.
Water is one of the most important natural resources in the world and should be cherished. Nothing survives without water, therefore any water drip can be a big deal. Think about it, if you have a faucet that leaks once every 10 seconds, that leak is happening 24 hours a day 7 days a week. This can severely impact water resources, as well as your bill. Here are a few things that can help us all save water and money! 1. Fix leaky faucets. Even the smallest leak can have a big