Flush it or trash it?

Some of the most common culprits of drain stoppages include wipes, napkins and paper towels. These items are bulky and not all sewer systems can handle them. While napkins and paper towels may be break down over time, the bulkiness of these items may cause an immediate drain issue. Non-biodegradable disinfecting wipes can get caught…

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Essential Services

Most of you have heard by now that Houston is now under the order to “stay home, work safe”. This means that Houstonians can leave their homes for “essential” reasons OR to go to a job that is considered part of an essential business. For more on what “stay home, work safe” means read here.…

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Covid-19 Response Update

Our hearts are with our customers, friends, neighbors across Houston, as together we work to contain COVID-19. At Village Plumbing & Air, the health and safety of our customers, our team members, and our community remain our top priority. Amid the growing concerns around COVID-19, we are taking additional steps to be extra vigilant. This is…

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Tips: Taking Care of Your Home During a Freeze

Freezing temperatures can wreak havoc on your plumbing system. As water freezes, it expands and puts significant pressure on your pipes. Both copper and plastic pipes can freeze or burst in frigid temperatures if not handled properly. Here’s what you can do during and after a freeze to protect your home. Insulate your outdoor pipes.…

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The 10 Surprising Things to Never Put Down Your Kitchen Drain

Coffee Grounds Egg Shells Rice Grease Pasta Bones Stringy Vegetables Shrimp Shells Dirt Fish Tank Gravel Could your kitchen drain be on the verge of clogging? Make sure it’s in tip-top shape for the summer season by avoiding these 10 surprising items. 5.  Pasta This one is just like rice. Expands and sticks in your…

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Monica Ryan Featured on Texas Business Radio

Monica Ryan on Texas Business Radio

Hear owner Monica Ryan discuss how she became a leading businessperson in Houston by becoming a Master Plumber and building up the Village Plumbing business. How did it all start? To what does she attribute recent growth and success? What are her motivations? Thank you Matt Register and Jay W. Curry for hosting such an insightful radio show.…

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Who Won the 2016 Best of HomeAdvisor Award?

Best of HomeAdvisor 2016 Winner

Who won? Village Plumbing, that’s who. We’re so very grateful to our customers who made it possible. Thank you. Why did we win? Because we exemplify quality work practices, premier service and are a valued resource for homeowners. Winners are chosen by their Rating & Reviews average based on three criteria: Quality – Superior work practices…

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It’s a Good Morning with Village Plumbing

Village Plumbing reaches out

Village Plumbing owner Monica Ryan, with Trolyn her technician Surprise Customer with Good News and a Home Visit One morning, Village Plumbing showed up unexpectedly with the most pleasant of surprises for these wonderful customers who have been working extra jobs trying to make ends meet. Here’s what happened: Customer: Hi! Monica: Hello, how are…

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Dispatcher Opportunity

We're Hiring at Village Plumbing

We Appreciate Our Employees Are you working long hours with little appreciation? At Village we work hard and play hard. Come join our TEAM. View this dispatcher opportunity! The Village family is growing and our service and installation company is looking for a personable and outgoing person to operate our state-of-the-art dispatching program. Our technicians and…

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Village Discusses Heater Safety on KPRC Houston, Channel 2 News

Bryan Simpson - HVAC Technician with Village Plumbing and Home Services

Village Plumbing HVAC Technician Bryan Simpson on KPRC Simpson discusses heater safety, carbon monoxide detectors and more with *KPRC’s Anousha Rasta. Many of you may stay indoors and most likely turn your heaters on for the first time since last winter to stay warm. That’s why it’s important to remember how to use those heaters…

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