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6/13/17 By: Kathryn Hyer   We use water everyday, for multiple reasons. From brushing our teeth and taking showers to cooking and doing the dishes, our use of water is pretty consistent. How much water are we really using, and how much of an impact is it making...

5/30/2017 By: Kathryn Hyer The normal human sheds an average of 100 to 125 hairs each day. Whether you know it or not, this consistent loss of hair gets into your drains and adds to drainage problems in your showers, tubs, and sinks. Long hairs are especially...

1/27/17 By: Karli An Essential Home Appliance Nothing is quite as shocking as a cold shower or bath. Even if you know what’s coming, it’s shocking every time! Warm water is a personal luxury most Americans enjoy on a regular basis. Providing heated water for showers, tubs, washing...

10/12/16 By: Karli Willden Foul tasting water is up there on the list of unpleasant life experiences. If you currently have hard water issues, or you have in the past, this will hit close to home. Nothing is worse than coming inside for a quick drink, only...

9/6/16 By: Karli Willden Did you know that the vast majority of homeowners in the United States have hard water problems? While some areas are more adversely affected than others, it is a common problem homeowners deal with on a daily basis. So, what is hard water...

In 2016, Mathews Plumbing provided commercial plumbing services for Golden Valley Natural's brand new facility located in Shelley, Idaho. Golden Valley Natural has making delicious, organic jerky since 1968 and with recent company changes, decided to build a bigger, better facility to fit their growing...

Get the behind the scenes look at on of our recent plumbing jobs, done in the spring of 2016. We provided plumbing installation services for the future Mountain View Event Center, located in Pocatello, Idaho. It might not look like much in the early stages, but...

6/15/16 By: Karli Willden Indoor plumbing is quite an amazing system. Water and sewage is directed and maneuvered inside and out of the house through pipes in the walls and ceiling. It works so well it is almost easy to forget about and take for granted, but...

5/6/16 By: Karli Willden Replacing your home plumbing can be expensive. Not replacing your pipes when it is needed, however, can be even more costly. So at what point do you know you should replace your pipes, or if you would be okay to hold off for...