What To Do In A Plumbing Emergency

13 September 2017
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There is nothing like having water where you do not want it. It is amazing how much water can actually come from a broken pipe. If you have a broken pipe and water starts to flood your home it is important that you act as quickly as possible. The longer the water is able to sit in your home the more potential damage that can occur. There are a few things that you should know if you are going through a plumbing emergency. Read More 

Got Clogged Drains? 4 Reasons You Should Call A Plumber Instead Of Using Liquid Drain Cleaner

10 September 2017
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If you've got a clogged drain, you might think that the easiest way to take care of it is with some liquid drain cleaner. After all, it's advertised to get rid of even the toughest clogs. Unfortunately, that's usually not the case. In fact, those liquid drain cleaners usually don't work at all. Instead of spending your money on liquid drain cleaner, hire a plumber to take care of the problem the right way, the first time. Read More 

To Replace Or Repair A Leaking Garbage Disposal?

9 September 2017
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A leak in the garbage disposal can do a significant amount of damage to the cabinets underneath the sink, which can eventually lead to the need for mold removal and the replacement of the cabinet itself. This is why it's important to address the leak right away. In some cases, it can be a simple repair while in other situations it may require a complete replacement. Here's what you should know: Read More 

Maintaining A Septic System

8 September 2017
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Taking care of a septic system is a little bit different than being hooked up to city sewer. A septic system is truly an amazing way to get rid of sewage, but it can be a more tricky to maintain a septic system than a regular sewer system. It is first important to realize that you are not hooked up to a city sewer system and that you realize that you will have to be more careful with your sewage. Read More 

3 Ways Heavy Rain Can Harm Your Home’s Septic System

8 September 2017
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If heavy rains are heading into your area, the excess water could adversely affect your septic system, especially if the tank is almost to capacity. Below are three ways heavy rain can harm your septic system. Floods the Drain Field When the drain field is working normally, it slowly gets rid of the excess water from the septic system. The pipes in the field allow the water to seep into the surrounding soil. Read More