I’ve done all the right things, but what if my pipes still freeze?
Of course, taking all the preventive steps you’ve always heard about is a very wise decision. But if you’re hundreds of miles away, the nagging thoughts remain: What if my pipes still freeze?
Some Cool Ideas for Preventing Frozen Pipes
With arctic like temperatures overwhelming many parts of the US, the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety has some handy resources to help you...
Once Again Plumbers and Suppliers Step Up – This Time for Flint, MI
RDT and FloodMaster salute Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) and the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry (UA) and their suppliers...
Water Leak Protection Should Be a Part of Every Builder’s Toolbox – Find Out Why at IBS 2016
From single-family homes, apartment buildings and condo complexes to office buildings and commercial properties, builders can offer buyers valuable peace of mind and stand out from the crowd...
When Your Flooded Basement Isn’t Covered By Insurance
With all the heavy rains and flooding hitting the central United States this week, it’s not surprising to see an upsetting story like this one...
Is Your Condo Association Protecting You From Water Damage?
There are many advantages to owning a condominium that appeal to people of all ages. In addition to taking care of most outside and common area maintenance...
Wireless Plumbing Leak Detection Technology Featured on Ask This Old House®
Homeowners across the country were recently introduced to exciting, easy-to-use technology to protect against undetected plumbing leaks as Ask This Old House featured the wireless RS-360 system...
New Government Building Floods in Durham County, North Carolina
No one would expect a brand new county government building and court house barely two years old to be susceptible to massive flooding problems, but that’s exactly what happened last week in Durham, North Carolina
Flooding Causes Class Closure & Confusion for Connecticut School
People tend to think of schools, hospitals and government buildings to have the best possible systems for protection against disruption.
Are the pipes in your home a ticking time bomb?
Did you know that something as small as a broken water line to your refrigerator or toilet can place 300 gallons of water in your home in as little as eight hours?