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frozen pipes

Tips To Prevent Frozen Pipes

Posted on January 30, 2019
Avoid Plumbing Freeze Damage  Brr! It’s cold outside! Richmond, VA is experiencing extreme cold like much of the United States, and we want you to avoid trouble with your plumbing that can be caused by frigid weather.  When water in pipes freeze, the ice expands, creating as much as 2,000 pounds of pressure per square inch, enough to cause almost any pipe filled with water to rupture. The bad news is ...Read More

Three Ways To Fix A Smelly Garbage Disposal

Posted on March 16, 2018
Garbage disposals have become a standard fixture in American kitchens, and everyone is accustomed to rinsing their dishes, and allowing most any food product to go into the kitchen sink drain. It should come as no surprise that when you put a lot of random food down the drain, some of that food gets trapped and begins to smell as it spoils and ferments. The smell of rotting food in ...Read More

Plumbing Jobs in Richmond, VA

Posted on May 23, 2017
R.J. Tilley has plumbing jobs open immediately. If you're an experienced residential service plumber, please contact us today! Read more details below... Service Plumbers Wanted - Immediate Openings Available R.J. Tilley is looking for highly skilled plumbing service technicians. We want people who are dedicated to quality work and building relationships with the customers they serve. Our company is family owned and we work as a team. We offer a ...Read More

What are the Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters?

Posted on November 29, 2016
From rinsing dishes to washing clothes, house cleaning to bathing, we rely on hot water for the most routine daily activities, many of which we don’t even give a second thought. Your water heater is responsible for providing the constant supply of hot water your family requires day in and day out. According to the EPA, the average American family uses approximately 400 gallons of water per day. To put ...Read More
Leaky Pipe

3 Proven Methods Plumbers Use for Leak Detection

Posted on May 16, 2016
As a homeowner, one of your main priorities is to keep your home running in top shape, which means you've likely dealt with your fair share of home improvement issues. While some jobs may be easier to identify and tackle–such as lawn care or keeping your space clean–some home repair issues can sneak up on you when you least expect it. The perfect example of this unfortunate situation? A plumbing ...Read More
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Avoiding Senseless Holiday Disasters

Posted on December 8, 2015
It’s the time of year for traditions, family gatherings, overnight guests and delicious meals. While the holiday season is synonymous with all things joyous and festive, we also know anything can happen with a house full of guests. Many of us have stories of holiday disasters…Remember when Uncle Joe stopped up the guest toilet only to redirect everyone to your master bath for the weekend? Or the time Aunt Mary ...Read More
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What’s the Importance of Proper Drainage in our Home’s Exterior Drains?

Posted on October 28, 2015
Drains and proper drainage are important components in every home.  However, it’s likely most homeowners don’t think twice when they turn on a faucet, run an appliance or flush the toilet. Little consideration is given to the concept that when water comes into a house, it must have a clear pathway to leave.   That’s where drains and drainage become important.  Each plumbing fixture–whether a toilet, shower, sink or appliance–is ...Read More
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How do Hybrid Water Heaters Work?

Posted on September 16, 2015
Water heating comprises nearly 25% of your home’s entire energy usage. Most homeowners continue to use bulky conventional tank units thinking that if it works, why replace it. However, new compact models that operate with greater efficiency are dominating the market, and changing the future of residential plumbing and water heating. Conventional tank and tankless on-demand units remain the most common water heaters. These are the models homeowners often choose ...Read More
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Trends in aging in place and universal design remodeling

Posted on September 2, 2015
 The U.S. population is aging and many seniors want to continue living independently in their own homes. Creating a safe, livable environment to foster aging in place through universal design without the home screaming “this was made for old people” can be an easy task for professional remodelers.   Professional Remodeler Magazine's Jean Feingold has some tips on how to remodel your bathroom with style and functiality for the babyboomer generation. ...Read More
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4 Questions to Consider Before Converting to a Tankless Water Heater

Posted on July 15, 2015
Water heaters are the 2nd highest energy consuming appliance, and represent nearly ¼ of a home’s energy expenses. Every family requires hot water to cook, clean, bathe, launder clothes and much more, so naturally this puts great demand on a water heater.  Although they’re typically regarded as an out of sight, out of mind convenience, most water heaters run 24/7 and do require attention to ensure performance and efficiency. Whether ...Read More



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