5 Ways to Conserve Water in the Spring

March 2nd, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Did you know that Americans today use 127 percent more water than people living in the 1950’s? As global temperatures rise and weather patterns become more irregular, water conservation has become a hot topic. But the good news is, conserving water is a lot easier than you may think. With just a few tweaks to […]

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4 Reasons You Might Have Low Water Pressure

February 25th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

The only thing worse than a cold shower may just be a non-existent one. Low water pressure is one of the most common household plumbing problems in America. And while it’s certainly frustrating, poor pressure can also be indicative of more serious problems. If you’re experiencing low water pressure, these may be a few of […]

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Are These Popular Plumbing Myths True or False?

February 21st, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

You’d be surprised by how often we hear common misconceptions about plumbing from our clients, but hey – we’re not blaming you! Between the occasional misinformed friend and a plethora of wrong information online, we know it can be hard to determine what’s true and what’s false. That’s why we’re on a mission to help […]

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What to Use When Cleaning the Kitchen Sink and Garbage Disposal

February 15th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Based on the amount of soap you go through every day washing dishes, you’re probably thinking your sink is pretty sanitary. While soap may be getting your dishes clean, it usually dissolves before it really hits the sink and garbage disposal. A dirty garbage disposal can not only leave you with a smelly kitchen, but […]

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3 DIY Bathroom Plumbing Fixes

February 13th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

The DIY craze is still in full swing in 2017, and rightfully so. Taking on home repairs is a great way to save money, work with your hands and learn something new. While there are some plumbing jobs you should never try to tackle on your own (like a sewer line backup or leaky pipes) […]

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How to Unclog a Drain with a Snake

February 6th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

When the plunger and chemical solutions have all failed, it’s time to call in the drain auger (aka, a snake). A snake is a thin, flexible coil used to dislodge stubborn clogs. They’re especially handy because they let you reach clogs  deep within the drain pipe.   While you should always follow the directions that […]

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8 Tips for a Successful Remodeling Project

February 2nd, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Whether it’s one room or the entire house, remodeling can be overwhelming. Before you dive into construction, here are a few things you should know. Do your research. Don’t use the first handyman you find – especially if electrical and plumbing are involved. Interview multiple contractors and ask friends for referrals. If you’re considering using […]

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UV Air Purifiers Myth Vs. Fact

January 25th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Do you really know how clean the air is that’s blowing around your house? Dusting and vacuuming is a good start, but that’s often not enough in the winter when your house is closed up for months. In 1903, Niels Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his use of ultraviolet light in the […]

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5 Ways to Ensure Your Pet’s Safety Around a Fireplace

January 23rd, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

There’s nothing more relaxing than sitting at home by the fireplace on a cold winter night. But if you have a pet running around near the fire, that calm can quickly turn into anxiety. You and your furry friend can both enjoy sitting by a crackling fire as long as you follow these safety tips. […]

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7 Ways to Boost Your Home’s Resale Value

January 19th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

There are few things more unpredictable than the housing market. For years we lived in a seller’s world, but when the housing crisis of 2008 hit, home prices plummeted. Now, more than eight years later the prices of homes are starting to go up once again. If you’re planning on selling anytime soon, now is […]

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