If your home's drains have recently slowed and your drains are backing up into your home, this is a sign that your sewer may be clogged. To clean your sewer, you'll need to find a plumber who specializes in general sewer plumbing and cleaning. As you look for a plumber that can meet your needs, you may be faced with a decision: do you want your sewers to be hydro jetted or snaked? [Read More]
What You Can Do To Keep Your Plumbing System Free Of Clogs
The plumbing system in your house is an invisible, but powerful component of your home. The pipes which snake through your walls deliver fresh water to your sinks and toilets, and remove waste water so that it won't have to remain in your home. Because the plumbing system fulfills such a important role, it's important for you to do everything in your power to help keep it running smoothly. Use this information to learn more about what you can do to keep your plumbing system free of clogs. [Read More]
Tips And Tools For Those Household Plumbing Repairs In Your New Home
Once you've settled into your new home, it's time to get prepared for the plumbing problems that can arise. You can fix many of the common plumbing issues that come up, but some should be left to a professional plumber. Here are some of the tools you should have at home to help you deal with plumbing problems and some tips to make those repairs go smoother. The Basic Plumbing Repair Kit [Read More]
Don'T Treat Your Garbage Disposal Like Garbage!
It's your garbage disposal's job to deal with garbage – but that doesn't mean you should treat this appliance like trash. The nicer you are to your garbage disposal, the longer it will last and the less often you'll have to call for repairs. Follow these tips for success. Always run the water while you're grinding up garbage. Never put items through the disposal without the water running. The water will keep particles flowing down the pipes. [Read More]