Posts Tagged ‘Plumbing News’

What does it mean to have a Plumbing License in Georgia?

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Sundial Plumbing is proud that licensed journeyman and master plumbers comprise a large part of our service workforce. But what does having a plumbing license mean here in Georgia? We thought we would take a moment to explain what our…

Save Money on Utility Bills with Rheem EcoNet-enabled Water Heaters

Monday, January 25th, 2016

One of the brands Sundial Plumbing carries, Rheem, has designed a smart home system to help conserve energy and save on the costs of heating water. Around 65% of a home’s energy use is occupied by heating, cooling, as well…

Sundial President is a Leader of Cobb County

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Sundial President, Mitzi Moore, is featured as one of Cobb In Focus Magazine’s “Leaders of Cobb” this month in the magazine’s January/February issue. The article details Moore’s professional background as a third generation plumber as well as her personal roots…

The Plumber Who Saved Washington

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

In 1865, the half-day rate for a plumber and assistant was $3.25 and lead sold for 60 cents per pound. But this Civil War-era invoice reveals a much bigger tale. “See how they used to do this?” said my father…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – India

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – Japan

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – Zambia

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – Romania

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – Kenya

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – Ethiopia

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – Haiti

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

What It Means to Have a Decent Toilet – Australia

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

The exhibition My Toilet: Global stories from women and girls, reflects on the dignity afforded by private access to a toilet.  It quite literally depicts women with their toilets, which range from large, expensive bathrooms to holes dug in the…

History of InSinkErator

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

It was 1927 and John W. Hammes, a Racine architect, was in his basement trying to make life better in the kitchen.  After watching his wife clean up messy food waste after dinner, he had an idea.  What if food…

Sundial Named “Atlanta’s Finest 2014”

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Creative Loafing Magazine is presenting  50 Atlanta professionals who demonstrate excellence in their fields of law, healthcare, education, technology, social services, and business for 2014. Below are some of the companies named Atlanta’s Finest 2014″ Sundial Plumbing – “Safe Comfortable…

August is National Water Quality Month!

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Ian Rose / August 1, 2013 It’s August 1st, a fact that utterly baffles me. It feels like March was approximately three weeks ago. August is National Water Quality Month, a time to reflect on our water resources and re-dedicate…