Expert Tips

Vote Cody and Sons the Best in DFW 2022

It’s that time of year again. The Dallas Morning News is asking North Texans to cast their vote for who they think is best in the DFW area. You’ll be able to cast a vote once everyday starting on August 1st and ending on August 26th. Here are a few reasons why we vote Cody and Sons in best in DFW. This is a great opportunity to support local businesses in our area that make our city a worthwhile place to...
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When, Where, and How to Use BioDrain for Home Maintenance

The most common plumbing issue new homeowners struggle with are slow, stubborn, clogged drains. You can prevent this costly issue by knowing when, where, and how to use BioDrain for home maintenance.  Whether it’s the sink, shower drain, or garbage disposal, one of these will eventually fill with hair, dirt, and debri. The best option for clearing a drain is calling a licensed professional at Cody and Sons Plumbing, Heating, and Air to do it for you, but there is...
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How to Prepare for an Energy Blackout in Texas

As we know, this past Monday ERCOT issued a conservation alert to Texans. Citizens have been on edge about power shortages ever since The Great Texas Freeze of 2021 when over 6,000 people died within the week. With extreme levels of frost and heat, there’s no better time than now to learn the best ways to help prevent an energy blackout. However, your whole family should be aware of how to prepare for an energy blackout in Texas.  Prevention Set...
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6 Pet Summer Safety Tips

For many families, summer means pool parties and outdoor barbeques. Most people will find any reason to get together for some fun in the sun. Of course, our fur babies are honorary members of our family. Make sure you know how to take care of them correctly during your summer celebrations. Read these 6 pet summer safety tips to keep your pets happy and healthy from us at Cody & Sons Plumbing, Heating & Air! Know the signs of overheating...
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How to Become a Plumber in Texas

Nowadays, workers are valuing stability and development above other benefits when considering their career. Working in the trades provides job security and opportunities for advancement. It's never too late to switch to a more rewarding career path. Learn how you can become a plumber in Texas.   “We have 7.3 million open jobs right now, most of which don’t require a four-year degree,” said Mike Rowe, well-known for his show DirtyJobs, in an interview with Jeffrey Roberts of Family Handyman. “They...
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