Water Damage From A Bad Pipe: Are You Covered?

Leaky pipes, corroded pipes, and burst pipes are all common sources for water damage in homes. These issues can lead to serious long-term problems ranging from wood rot and destruction of property to mildew and mold growth. If you have a home insurance policy, you'll have some protection against repair and restoration costs related to plumbing and pipe issues — but you may be surprised to learn what's covered versus what's not. Read More 

3 Tips For Taking Care Of The Plumbing In Your Motel

If you are a motel owner, it is important for you to focus on taking good care of the plumbing in your motel. After all, without it, you can't wash linens or provide comfortable rooms for your guests. Taking care of the commercial plumbing within your motel is a big undertaking, but these tips can help. 1. Keep Up With Routine Plumbing Maintenance and Inspections No matter how much of an effort you put into taking care of your motel's commercial plumbing, maintenance needs to be done. Read More