History teaches us that a lack of awareness and preparation for hurricane disaster situations can lead to the awful setback or downfall of a business. The topic of hurricane disasters is never a pleasant one for business owners, but being proactive and knowing what actions to take can offer much more stability and put your business in a less vulnerable position. In this month’s feature, our team at Flamingo Plumbing and Backflow Services has put together some plumbing tips that will help you to prepare your business for the hurricane season…
During the late summer, hurricanes are an imminent threat to home and business owners here in Florida. Keep reading as we share some helpful tips on how to prepare your plumbing for the hurricane season to help you protect your home and/or business from excessive damage.
Be careful to take certain precautions after the storm has passed. Damage to your home can have a dramatic emotional impact, and it's best to have a plan before the storm strikes for how to re-enter your home. Having a plan, and being aware of certain risks, will minimize the threat of harm to you or your family.
Summertime and the 4th of July are prime time for backyard barbeques and partying with friends and family. Before the grill’s fired up and your guests arrive, you want to know that your plumbing is ready for the season. Flamingo Plumbing & Backflow can help you make sure that everything runs smoothly.
Why does it seem like the times you really need a plumber are late at night, early in the morning, or on weekends, when fees can cost twice as much as normal. Chances are your plumber doesn't want to make a house call at odd hours any more than you want to call him. What you may not know is that many plumbing problems are preventable, or can be fixed on the cheap if addressed early on. We’ve put together a list of things your plumber wishes you knew so both of you can enjoy an uninterrupted weekend of relaxation or a worry-free night's sleep.