anytime plumbing
14 Apr

How To Choose The Right Showerhead

Showerheads can come in a lot of shapes and sizes, so you’d be forgiven for not knowing exactly what to pick on your next trip to Home Depot. The experts at Anytime Plumbing are here to shed some light on this matter. Let’s go through the main types of showerheads available, and what each of […]

12 Apr

How to Change Your Toilet’s Water Supply Line

If the old water supply line of your toilet starts leaking, it’s time to replace it with a new one. In this article, we will guide you through a DIY operation of changing your water supply line. If you prefer to leave it to the experts and not risk making mistakes, contact an expert plumber […]

05 Apr

What Is the Cost of Clearing a Clog in a Sink, Bathtub, Toilet, or Garbage Disposal?

Plumbing costs can vary a lot, even if the symptoms are similar. The underlying issues that you start observing when using your plumbing system might be minor or might take a lot more effort to solve. This is why it’s hard to know exactly how much a plumbing repair will cost, but we can give […]

01 Apr

When Should I Replace My Cast Iron Plumbing?

Cast iron is a strong, non-malleable alloy made of iron, carbon, and silicone. It has been used for a long time for various items, like kitchen pots and pans, bridges and buildings, but also plumbing systems. Cast iron pipes are relatively uncommon nowadays, with cheaper, easier to maintain materials like PVC taking over, but some […]

31 Mar

Sewer Backup: Responsibility Of Santa Cruz City Or The Homeowner?

It’s an age-old question if by age-old you only refer to modern times: If there’s a sewer backup, who is responsible? The property owners, or the city, in this case, Santa Cruz, which oversees the entire sanitary system, made up of 160 miles of pipes? The short answer? In most cases, it’s the homeowner, but […]

30 Mar

Leaking Pipes in Your Wall – How to Find Them, And What Are the Repair Options and Cost

Plumbing problems often don’t come alone, especially if water damage gets to areas in your house that are hard to reach or structural. Leaking pipes inside your walls can go unnoticed until they have already damaged your wall, floor, or electric system. If you suspect there is a leaking pipe inside a wall, read on […]

25 Mar

Is Sewer Line Repair Covered By Insurance?

Homeowner’s insurance can cover a lot of things, but sewer line repair is not one of them in most cases. The part of the sewer line that goes through your property is considered a structure of your home, but getting the insurance company to cover the cost of replacing it is rare. But, it can […]

23 Mar

How Covid-19 Is Changing the Plumbing Industry

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world as we know it in the past year, and affected our lives in many ways, from our social activities to our income, health, and preoccupations. A lot of industries have taken a hit because of the economy slowing down since several protective measures have been taken. The plumbing […]

22 Mar

Does Your Basement Smell Like A Sewer? Top Reasons Why It Might

Sewer smells are one of the most unpleasant odors around, and nobody wants this kind of scent to radiate from anywhere inside their homes. Even if initially located in the basement, the sewer smell can quickly travel to other areas of your home as well, and make things very unpleasant. But, the bad smell isn’t […]

17 Mar

Can Water Filters Make Me Healthier?

The water you consume and use every day has more impact on your health than you can imagine. The quality of the water we have in our homes is often something we take for granted, thinking it’s good enough since water sources are regulated closely by municipalities. But making healthier life choices often means that […]


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