How to Prevent Water Heater Issues

technician repairing an hot-water heater

Water heaters can face a range of issues, from leaking tanks to inconsistent water temperatures. Sediment buildup in the tank can cause rumbling or popping noises, and this indicates the need for cleaning. Rusty water can be a sign of corrosion, which might require replacing the anode rod or the entire tank. Here are some […]

Top 4 Signs You Have Corroded Pipes

metal pipe with valve is leaking in water treatment plant

When it comes to plumbing, corrosion can be a major problem. If not dealt with quickly and effectively, corroded pipes can lead to costly repairs and potential flooding in your home. Knowing the signs of corrosion can help you identify the problem early and save time, money, and frustration. Here are some common indicators. 1. […]

How to Prevent Sewer Line Backups

Young Male Plumber Cleaning Clogged Sink Pipe In Kitchen

Sewer line backups can be an unpleasant and expensive problem to deal with. Luckily, there are steps you can take to prevent them and keep your drains flowing freely. By following some basic guidelines and performing regular maintenance, it should be possible to avoid sewer line backups entirely. Here are some important considerations. Tips to […]

What Causes Leaky Pipes?

Plumber Cleaning Clogged Sink Pipe

Though plumbing runs on fairly simple principles, the problems that can beset it are myriad. One of them is leaking pipes. Eventually, just about every Savannah home is going to encounter them. One of the main causes of leaky pipes is corrosion caused by hard water. Interestingly, though, the water of Savannah and much of […]

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Notice

At Thompson & Thompson Service Group, we are committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities enjoy full access to our websites. In recognition of this commitment, we are in the process of making modifications to increase the accessibility and usability of this website, using the relevant portions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) as our standard. Please be aware that our efforts are ongoing. If at any time you have difficulty using this website or with a particular web page or function on this site, please contact us by phone at (912) 549-1521; or email us at and place “Web Content Accessibility (ADA)” in the subject heading and we will make all reasonable efforts to assist you.