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4 Reasons to Call Tom Moffett For Your Plumbing Repair

by admin on February 24, 2017

If There’s Something Weird And It Don’t Look Good, Who You Gonna Call? Day in and day out, you rely on your plumbing system to help keep your household running smoothly. Many are accustomed to having readily available water –  for cooking, cleaning, bathing, flushing, and brushing, so when something goes awry, things can get really tough. A broken […]

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How to Fix a Garbage Disposal Clog

by admin on February 17, 2017

A Garbage Disposal Clog Can Be a Nightmare While your garbage disposal may put on a strong front, trying to appear invincible with its menacing blades, it’s just as susceptible to clogs and leaks as other parts of your plumbing system. When your garbage disposal takes on damage of any kind, it can be a […]


Give Your Dishwasher some TLC This Valentine’s Day

by admin on February 10, 2017

How to Clean Your Dishwasher Have you ever cleaned the dishwasher in your home? While it may seem counter-intuitive, in order for it to run efficiently and effectively, you need to clean it regularly.  Imagine this: your vacuum is completely full of dirt and debris, yet you continue to use it, but to no avail. […]

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3 Plumbing Tips for the Big Game This Sunday

by admin on February 1, 2017

Don’t Let A Clog Get in the Way of Watching the Big Game Even those who care very little for football know when Superbowl Sunday is. This is because Americans take football seriously; it’s a staple of our homeland. This weekend, millions of people will come together in camaraderie to watch the big game: the New […]

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How to Spot a Slab Leak

by admin on January 27, 2017

A Slab Leak Can Cause Extensive Damage Slab leaks are particularly troublesome because they often go undetected. If you have an inkling that something just isn’t quite right, it’s best to call a licensed plumber right away. We do not recommend procrastinating, not ever, but especially nor if you have a leak. Even a small leak is […]


New in Smart Technology: Faucets

by admin on January 20, 2017

Conserve Water with a Smart Faucet How smart is your home? Probably smarter than you realize. Over the last several years, it seems that every piece of new technology that we’re introduced to has the word “smart” attached to it. At first, this was a restricted term, referring mostly to phones and tablets. Today, however, […]

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Resolve to Install A Water Filter This New Year

by admin on January 13, 2017

Enjoy Safe & Pure Water Do you know if the water in your home is safe and pure? Since most water is recycled, meaning it isn’t “new,” it’s important to pay attention to the quality of your water. One way to ensure your water at home is pure is by installing a water filter system. […]

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Potty Training Plumbing Tips

by admin on January 6, 2017

Potty Training Do’s and Dont’s Potty training is equal parts exciting and terrifying for all parties involved. Children can’t wait to wear their “big kid” underpants, and parents inch their way to a day where they will not longer have to change diapers. Potty training is an endeavor that requires significant patience and practice; make sure […]

DIY Household Cleaners

by admin on December 30, 2016

Switch to Safe Household Cleaners How often do you read the ingredients listed on your household cleaners? If you haven’t already made a habit out of this, now is the time start paying attention as many store-bought household cleaners contain harmful toxins such as phthalates, ammonia, and chlorine. When exposed to these toxins on a routine […]

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Tom Moffett Plumbing: 2016 Year in Review

by admin on December 22, 2016

We Thank You for Your Support From all of us at Tom Moffett Plumbing, we want to wish you happy holidays! Even though Christmas is still a few days away, we simply couldn’t wait any longer to share our holiday spirit with you. This is always a very exciting and busy time for us. Being […]