February 28, 2020

Faucet and sink fixtures are a staple to keeping a household functioning. Faucet and sink fixtures are used every single day in the kitchen for tasks such as washing dishes and hands, and in the bathroom for brushing teeth or washing faces.

When a faucet or sink fixture is not working, it can put a complete halt on the everyday tasks necessary in a home. It is important to know and understand why and when to replace faucet or...

February 26, 2020

We've all been there: you've finished in the bathroom and go to flush, but nothing happens. You look for a plunger, but you don't find one. As panic sets in, you wonder if you can unclog a toilet without the use of a plunger. This may sound crazy, but it is actually possible! Better yet, you can do it in only 5 steps. 

Here's what to do:

STEP 1: STOP THE WATER FLOW TO THE TOILET

The most important step is to stop the flow of wat...

February 21, 2020

Getting rid of the waste that accumulates in your home is absolutely necessary. This can be done via sewer or septic tank, but one is greener than the other when done correctly: the septic tank.

Let’s take a quick look at the reasons to have a septic tank at your home.

Septic Tanks Are Good For The Environment

Septic tanks eliminate waste by using the natural filtering process of the soil. Wastewater is first filtered by the sep...

February 19, 2020

Types of Water Pumps

Water pumps come in a wide array of types. As well, there is no ideal pump for every circumstance, but each has a special purpose in a business or home. However, all types are in charge of moving water from one point to another unceasingly.

Well pumps: This type of water pump pushes water from underground water sources through pipes that connect to a home of business. Well water pumps also come in a variety...

February 14, 2020

Stoppage in your home’s main sewer line is the ultimate clog. All of your home’s water has nowhere to go when it goes down your drains, and it, alongside raw sewage, will come up through all of your interior drains, causing messy – and costly – damage to your home. If you think you have a main sewer line clog, you need to confirm it and get it cleared right away.

Here are 3 messy signs that you can look for to see if your main...

February 12, 2020

We've all been there: your drain is clogged and you don't know what to do. Your first instinct might be to get out a plumbing snake to clear the drain, but you may inadvertently be making a costly mistake. Yes, a plumbing snake (aka: "pipe snake") are helpful—if you don't know what you're doing, though, you could be causing a great deal of damage. 

Here are the main reason you might want to think twice next time you want to us...

February 7, 2020

Just because something is old it doesn't mean you need to replace it—case in point: your plumbing. That being said, there are certain warning signs you can look for that will let you know the time to replace it. 

When the Water Stops Being Clear

Water is supposed to be clear. So when you open the faucet and see the water is any color but clear, this should raise your eyebrow in concern. (However, this can be more common for tho...

February 5, 2020

A tankless or on-demand water heater is just that: a water heater, minus the tank. On-demand water heaters only heat water when you turn on a faucet as it flows through the system. There is no storage tank that has to be continually kept at 120F degrees like a traditional tank style water heater.

The biggest difference between a tankless water heater and a traditional water heater is the on-demand nature of it.

BENEFITS OF ON D...

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