Tag: plumbing service

Hard and Soft Water: How Can You Tell the Difference and More

Ever experience that gunky build up on your faucets and shower heads? That could be caused by what is known as hard water. As hard water is not bad, it’s not necessarily good to have. Hard water is high in minerals. This is because as the water flows through the ground it picks up calcium … Continue reading

Why Does My Shower Keep Clogging?

Clogged shower drains are both a burden to homeowners and, unfortunately, one of the most common plumbing problems. The good news is that the expense and inconvenience of clogged shower drains can be avoided with proper drain maintenance. One of the most effective ways to prevent clogged shower drains is to keep them clean and … Continue reading


A weak flushing toilet is quite an annoyance for homeowners and one that often leads to frequent clogs. Clogged toilets are not only disruptive but are also a health hazard to you and your family. Additionally, clogs are a big waste of water (Older toilets can use 3.5, 5, or even up to 7 gallons … Continue reading

Rising Temperatures Could Lead to Rising Utility Bills

With temperatures rising this week in the Hudson Valley, it’s beginning to feel like summer! Memorial Day weekend is upon us, marking the unofficial start of the season. This time of year, backyards are put to good use as people throughout the region enjoy outdoor fun, barbeques and gatherings. It is important to consider that … Continue reading

Preventing Clogged Drains (and Future Pipe Bursts)

Slow or clogged drains are among the most common plumbing issues and can be quite frustrating to homeowners. Even if you don’t have a complete clog, an obstruction in your pipes can slow drainage to a trickle and cause pooling in your sink or tub. There’s nothing worse than taking a shower while standing in … Continue reading


If left untreated, a water leak in your home can have an impact on the environment, your health and your wallet. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a leaky faucet wastes 259 gallons of water per month. Leaks can also lead to the development of mold or mildew, which thrives in damp, dark areas, … Continue reading

Household Plumbing Tips

It’s no secret that the plumbing system is one of the most important parts of your home—in one day how many people in your home take a shower, go to the bathroom, do the dishes, laundry or wash their hands? That’s a lot of use! Check out the list below to help your home plumbing … Continue reading

Get your home ready for spring!

It’s officially spring—which means time for spring cleaning, the perfect occasion for you to give your household plumbing a look at to make sure everything is in good shape. Check out these maintenance tips for your home to get everything ready for the warm weather months ahead. • Check for leaky faucets – don’t ignore … Continue reading

Plumbing in Perspective

Every day we wake up, run faucets, flush toilets and take showers like it’s no big deal. It’s difficult to imagine anyone living without running water today. However, according to the most recent American Community Survey, there are over 630,000 occupied homes nationwide without indoor plumbing. Considering the Census average of 2.6 people per household, … Continue reading

Paul Nebrasky Named to Kohler Co. Plumber Advisory Council

Nebrasky Plumbing, Heating & Cooling has announced that Founder and President Paul Nebrasky has been appointed to the 2015 Kohler Co. Plumber Advisory Council. Nebrasky has demonstrated brand loyalty to KOHLER® products and innovation in customer satisfaction, while consistently excelling in outstanding business practices. As a member of the Plumber Advisory Council, Nebrasky will directly … Continue reading