Archive for Plumbing Maintenance

Happy Thanksgiving – and a Holiday Cleanup Tip

Happy Thanksgiving from Gary's Quality Plumbing.Thanksgiving is just about here. I am so very thankful for so many things. God has blessed me richly with family, health and safety. Over the years I have learned that it is important to count your blessings and never take anything or anyone for granted. This will be my 4th Thanksgiving without my husband Gary.  We had six children, 3 boys and 3 girls, and as a result have a very big family as they have all had children of their own. It is getting difficult to have just one Thanksgiving location for dinner. I am looking forward to seeing many grand and great-grand  kids at some point.  The main thing is that we have set aside some time to thank God for his goodness and mercy and grace in our lives.

From  our family to your family Gary’s Quality Plumbing wishes you a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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October … and Counting!

October's pumpkin harvest signals time for gas systems maintenance.Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash

Oh yeah, you know what I’m talking about. When we get to October our minds go into decorating mode. It is always fun to see the stores bringing out and displaying all the stuff you just “have” to have, right?

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Fall is Coming ……

When the leaves turn it's time for seasonal plumbing maintenance.

By Debi Proctor

School is back in session. YAY!!! Temperatures are dropping. Fall is coming. And it’s time to think about seasonal plumbing maintenance.

We here at Gary’s Quality Plumbing want to take the time, before the rush, to let you know that we are so grateful to be able to serve our awesome community. We feel very blessed to have such wonderful and devoted customers. Most of you know that our advertising is mainly word of mouth, so please share your experiences not only with others but send us a note too.

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Why You Need Outdoor Sewer Clean-Out Access

A recent edition of Plumber Magazine reminds us to promote the benefits of outdoor sewer clean-out access to customers. Since we have had a few of these installations recently I thought it would be good to get this information out to you in our blog and newsletter.

A blocked sewer main is serviced through the outdoor sewer clean-out access point.

A plumber unclogs a sewer drain with his plumbing snake and tools.

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind?

Plumbing repair service Plano reminds you that access is beneath this beautiful landscaping.
We all like to have our yards look great. It’s almost a competition, right?  As soon as we have a reasonably cool day, we roll up our sleeves, put on our bug spray and gloves – and start to tackle those overgrown flower beds. Here in TX we are also raking leaves just about any time of the year. So what does this possibly have to do with plumbing? Read More→