What Happens When You Don’t Clean Your Sewer Line Drain

12 November 2018
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A clogged sewer drain line can cause far more than drainage problems. When left unaddressed, a clogged drain can cause a crack in your sewer line that will wreak havoc on your system and lead to all sorts of issues. As a result, it's essential you have your sewer line cleaned regularly. Learn about some of the problems that can come along with a clogged drain that you fail to have addressed. Read More 

Stop! Do Not Flush That | 9 Things Never To Flush

19 September 2018
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Newsflash: your toilet is not your garbage can! Perhaps that statement made you giggle, but while there are obvious physical differences between your trash can and your toilet, many people treat them the same by trying to flush items that should be placed in the trash instead. The problem, of course, lies in the fact that flushing the wrong items can clog your pipes, damage your septic system, and require unnecessary septic cleanings. Read More 

Ready To Get Rid Of The Tank? How To Care For Your Tankless Water Heater

21 August 2018
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If you're tired of running out of hot water, it's time to go tankless. You might not realize this, but that old tank water heater you have in your home isn't nearly as efficient as you might think. Standard water heaters not only cost more to operate, but they also take longer to replenish the hot water supply. Unfortunately, that means that you'll have to wait longer for hot water, which can be a real problem if your tank runs out of hot water halfway through your shower. Read More 

Routinely Encountered Residential Plumbing Issues

30 July 2018
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Knowing how to respond to plumbing problems can be an important skill to have if you own your home. An inadequate or delayed response to addressing a variety of plumbing issues can make these matters more difficult than is necessary by allowing the problems to worsen. There are four particularly common plumbing issues that many homeowners will find that they need to manage at some point or another. Odors Your drains represent an ideal environment for many different bacteria that may produce foul odors. Read More 

Natural Gas: What To Expect When Making The Switch

10 July 2018
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While 50 percent of the nation relies on natural gas to heat their homes, natural gas is still not yet available everywhere. This is especially true in rural areas, although of course, the natural gas industry is always working on expanding. Much of the Northeast relies on heating oil, while parts of the Midwest are using propane. The South still relies heavily on electricity for their heating needs. Because natural gas is substantially less expensive than heating oil, propane, and electricity, most people want to make the conversion once natural gas is available in their area. Read More