Tools And Chemicals You Can Use To Clean Your Drain And Their Cost

11 November 2018
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Drain cleaning can be a real hassle. There are so many different problems that would prompt you to clean your drains, and so many chemicals and tools to help you clean the drains. For example, maybe your drain stinks, or maybe it has a massive clog consisting of hair and soap residue. Depending on the problems you are experiencing with your drains, you will choose a different chemical or tool to clean and clear them. Read More 

Ready For A Change? 4 Reasons You Should Start With New Faucets

11 November 2018
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If you're in the process of updating your home, don't forget about your faucets. Most people overlook their faucets when they're making changes to their home. One of the great things about changing your faucets is that you can tackle them as a do-it-yourself project. All you need is access to a few tools and you can change all the faucets in your home. If you're not sure you need new faucets, take a look at the list below. Read More 

Four Signs Of A Malfunctioning Water Softener

21 August 2018
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Water softeners are a special type of water filter that are designed to remove dissolved minerals, usually calcium and magnesium, which can dissolve into your water supply – which is called hard water. Water softeners that are not doing their job will leave a high concentration of these minerals in the water, which can cause all sorts of complications for you and your plumbing system. Understanding some of the warning signs associated with a water softener that is no longer properly working can help you determine when you need to get in touch with a plumber to replace or repair your current system. Read More 

Three Reasons For Septic Tank Odor

21 August 2018
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Your septic tank is arguably the most important system on your property, as without it you would be unable to properly dispose of wastewater, which would quickly disrupt your everyday routine and schedule. However, your septic tank is susceptible to wear and issues just like every other major appliance, and thus requires regular maintenance to stay in good working order. One of the most common issues that a septic tank can exhibit is the smell of sewage either in your yard or within your home. Read More 

Solving 3 Common Sump Pump Problems

30 July 2018
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Homes that are equipped with a basement are particularly vulnerable to water damage caused by intruding groundwater. To help control groundwater levels near the home, many residences are outfitted with a sump pump. The sump pump is an electric pump that sits in a lined pit. When water levels within the pit get too high, the pump is activated and the water is discharged a safe distance from your home. Most homeowners don't give their sump pump a second thought until it malfunctions and water damage occurs. Read More