A hydro-jet is a machine that pressurizes the water, producing a powerful stream that clears dirt/mud, debris, years of build-up of grease and minerals in the drain while it moves forward. Hydro-Jetting is different from a snaking/cable drain cleaning machine.
When do I need Hydro-Jetting?
Hydro Jetting is usually used when a snaking / cable drain cleaning machine cannot remove clogs. Hydro Jetting ca...
Durable as most toilets are, they all must be replaced at some point. It’s not even uncommon for homeowners to replace toilets that are still in good working order, because there are so many new features and designs to choose from. If your toilet is nearing the end of its useful life -- or if you’re just eager for a change -- there are lots of options waiting in store.
Have you noticed that you can't get your shower as hot as you want? Or do you feel like sometimes the water gets to a painfully hot temperature? You can do something about it! Don't settle for a water heater that doesn't perform the way you want.
Before you set your temperature, however, you need to know that there are some risks. Yes, water temperature can be a dangerous thing! If the water isn't hot enough, it can be a cess...
While it’s easy to overlook plumbing until something goes wrong, smart homeowners will establish basic plumbing maintenance habits to make sure they spot and resolve small issues before they become major problems. Here are four things you can do to stay on top of things!
Inspect for Leaks
It’s a good idea to occasionally walk around your property and inspect any visible water supply lines – such as under sinks, behind appliance...
There are a lot of options for drinking water with hype that surrounds each – tap, bottled, distilled, alkaline, etc. For the everyday consumer it can all get very confusing. But worry not - we are here to help! Let’s take a look at why filtered water is the best choice.
10 Reasons to Filter Your Own Water
Drinking water is essential to your health.
Filtered water is more affordable than bottled water.
Your drain and sewer system is one of the most used, yet most overlooked systems in your home. Think about how many times a day you use them- we certainly put them to work! Every time you take a shower, flush the toilet, wash the dishes or do a load of laundry, you are using your drains. Because we use them so frequently, they are prone to clogs and buildup. To keep your drains clean and clear of obstruction, Clear Drain Plum...
All of us have a basic understanding of plumbing and how to solve issues that arise from time to time. However, it's fairly common for older houses to have totally unique issues and it's important to be aware of these, as well. Yes, many old homes are incredibly beautiful, but some of the plumbings they can have can really spoil the party.
Here are some of the most common plumbing issues to look for in older houses:
Your water heater is one of the most important parts of your home. They’re usually found in storage closets or garages of homes and are powered by an energy source like electricity or gas. Even though water heaters look non-threatening, if a problem is left unattended, it can pose a major threat to your home and your family.
Just because your water heater doesn't use an open flame like they used to, it doesn’t mean there...