10 Tips to Hire the Perfect Plumber

Hiring plumbers requires careful consideration to ensure you get someone skilled, reliable, and a good fit for your company or personal needs. Here are some tips to guide you through the hiring process: Certification and Licensing: Ensure the plumber has the necessary licenses and certifications required by your state or region. Licensing ensures that they've met certain training and experience thresholds. Experience: While newcomers can be valuable, experience in the field is a solid indicator of a plumber's expertise. Depending on the complexity of the job, you might prefer...

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The Hidden Savings of Regular Plumbing Maintenance

The Hidden Savings of Regular Plumbing Maintenance Plumbing is one of those things most homeowners don't think about until there's an issue. A little leak here, a clogged drain there—these might seem like minor inconveniences. However, when neglected, these "small" issues can evolve into substantial problems leading to costly repairs. At Pep's Plumbing, we believe in the age-old adage: "A stitch in time saves nine." Here's why regular plumbing maintenance is not just a wise choice but also a money-saving one. 1. Catching Problems Early Most plumbing issues don't happen overnight. That tiny...

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Plumber Stereotypes: Busted!

Plumbers often face stereotypes and myths that can be both amusing and damaging to their profession. In this blog post, we'll explore some of the most common plumber stereotypes and seek to debunk them. From jokes about plumbers being dirty to misconceptions about their intelligence, we'll set the record straight. Whether you're in the plumbing profession or simply curious about the realities of the trade, this post will provide insight and dispel myths. Let's take a closer look at some common plumber stereotypes and see if they hold up.  Plumbers are always dirty. This stereotype is partially...

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5 Common Plumbing Problems and How to Fix Them

  Plumbing issues can be a major inconvenience, but fortunately, many of them are easy to fix on your own. Here are five common plumbing problems and how to fix them:   1. Clogged drain. A clogged drain is one of the most common plumbing problems. It can be caused by a variety of things, including hair, soap scum, and grease. To fix a clogged drain, start by using a plunger to try to clear the blockage. If that doesn't work, you can try taking the pipes apart to find if the blockage is located in the trap. If these methods don't work, you may need to call a professional plumber. 2. Leaky...

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3 Reasons to Call Peps Plumbing: A blog about the advantages of hiring a local plumber.

When it comes to your home, a lot of things can go wrong, but one thing that is bound to give you trouble is your plumbing. There's no need to panic though! A local plumber may be just what you need, and here's why: 1) No One Knows Your Community Like We Do. We are local plumbers who have been serving the Lake and Geauga county communities for over 23 years. We've built relationships with numerous homeowners and worked in dozens of neighborhoods - meaning we know the area well and are familiar with its unique plumbing needs. This knowledge enables us to more quickly analyze and solve your...

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Three Reasons Why Your Home Needs a Water Softener

You might not realize it, but your home could be in desperate need of a water softener. And you may be wondering why you should even consider installing one. Well, here are three reasons: You can avoid metal deposits in your water. You don’t want your pipes to be damaged when they’re simply doing their job of transporting potable water to your home. You also don’t want calcium and rust stains on the showerheads or toilet.  You may not realize it, but there are many ways in which hard water can damage your home: Corrosion of fixtures and appliances like kettles and coffee machines (which...

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