Category: Tips

How to Avoid a Frozen Septic System

How to Avoid a Frozen Septic System

[ 0 ] November 15, 2016 |

Many homeowners across Northeast Ohio utilize a septic tank rather than a conventional city sewer system to dispose of their grey and black water waste. While it may seem like the two are similar from inside the home, in reality, the maintenance and disposal processes are very different. Especially during the winter season. Homes with septic […]

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Plumbing Resolutions for the New Year

Plumbing Resolutions for the New Year

[ 0 ] January 1, 2016 |

While most of us are still in shock that 2015 is over (what?!), some of us have already begun planning for 2016 and looking for ways to improve. New Years resolutions typically entail staying fit or saving money. While we can’t help you with the former, we can make saving money easier. Here is a list of plumbing resolutions […]

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How to Maintain Your Sump Pump

How to Maintain Your Sump Pump

[ 0 ] December 28, 2015 |

If your home has a wet basement, you’re not alone. The American Society of Home Inspectors estimates that more than 60 percent of homes have issues with water in the basement. A sump pump can be an effective option for preventing water damage. Installed in a pit in the basement, these units sense when the […]

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Protect Your Home This Winter

Protect Your Home This Winter

[ 0 ] December 17, 2015 |

As temperatures begin to drop, it is a good time to review a few simple steps to keep your water lines from freezing.  Frozen pipes can cause damage to your property and cause a major inconvenience.  They can also be expensive to repair. Most frozen lines occur on private property and are the responsibility of the homeowner. […]

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Thanksgiving Plumbing Tips

Thanksgiving Plumbing Tips

[ 0 ] November 26, 2014 |

Neptune Plumbing would like to send a quick reminder to be kind to your plumbing as you prepare those thanksgiving meals. Between the extra guests working your bathrooms overtime and all of the meal prep in the kitchen, your plumbing can take a huge hit during this food-heavy holiday. While this is one of our […]

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Drain Traps – Exactly What They Do and Why They Should Never Be Left To Dry

Drain Traps – Exactly What They Do and Why They Should Never Be Left To Dry

[ 0 ] July 31, 2014 |

Drain traps can be found underneath every drain in your house and serve two main purposes. First, they provide a low-point directly below the drain, trapping heavy objects like jewelry and collecting debris such as hair and dirt. This localized trap limits the amount of debris that will pass through to the rest of the […]

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Spring Plumbing Tips

Spring Plumbing Tips

[ 0 ] March 25, 2014 |

Plumbing Tip
April showers bring May flowers and the onset of spring, which means it’s time for “spring cleaning.” Neptune Plumbing offers these maintenance tips to protect your home against plumbing problems. [ read more... ]

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2011 Home Improvement Trends

2011 Home Improvement Trends

[ 1 ] February 15, 2011 |

50 experts were interviewed about home improvement trends in 2011 and their results were packaged nicely into this infographic.  Use this as inspiration for your 2011 home improvement projects. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding a plumbing project or green plumbing fixtures. Do you have projects planned yet for this […]

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Plumbing Pipe Candlesticks

Plumbing Pipe Candlesticks

[ 3 ] February 11, 2011 |

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day on Monday, we though we’d share this relevant “how-to” guide. Stephen Antonson teaches how to turn spare plumbing parts into an array of industrial candlesticks that are guaranteed to set the mood for any occasion, especially Valentine’s Day. How-Tuesday: Plumbing Pipe Candlesticks from Etsy on Vimeo. Materials Plumbing parts can […]

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Super Bowl Party Tips

Super Bowl Party Tips

[ 0 ] February 5, 2011 |

If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party this year you’ll want to add these tips to your to-do list. Super Bowl Sunday is the second-largest day of food consumption, according to the American Institute of Food Distribution. It’s behind only Thanksgiving Day. Just like the holidays, your family and friends cram into your home for […]

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