Mistakes To Avoid When Cleaning Your Drains

Having clean drains is important. It makes saving money on drain repairs easy, keeps bad smells away, and allows you to complete normal household chores every day. If you avoid these mistakes, this cleaning task will be easy for you to manage over and over. Avoid Using a Coat Hanger Although the go-to solution for clogged drains with a lot of homeowners is a coat hanger, you need to avoid this method.   Read More...

Portable Toilet Rental In The Midst Of The COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed almost everything, but one thing remains true: people need to use the restroom from time to time. If you are organizing an event in the coming weeks — one that hopefully adheres to your state and municipality guidelines regarding the size of parties — then renting portable toilets is a good idea. This may enable you to keep the event outside rather than letting people indoors to use the toilet, which will help reduce the risk of virus transmission.   Read More...

Plumbing Problems Can Happen In New Houses, Too

So often, homeowners assume that plumbing issues are something that occurs only in older homes. If you live in new home, you may figure leaks and rusted pipes aren't something you need to be concerned about — and for the most part, you are correct. However, new homes are not completely immune to plumbing trouble. The plumbing problems they experience are simply different from the plumbing problems seen in 50 or 100-year-old houses.   Read More...

Slab Leaks: How To Recognize Them, And What To Do About Them

When you think of a plumbing leak, you typically think of water dripping out of a pipe you can see or maybe out of a pipe running behind your wall. What you probably don't picture is an underground pipe leaking water. But that's exactly what a slab leak is. It's a leak in the main water pipe that brings water into your home, and that typically runs right under your home's concrete slab foundation.   Read More...

Hot Water Heater Problems and Repairs Caused by Hard Water

A water heater is a wonderful device to have in your home, and most homes have one. Most people are used to having hot water on demand because of their hot water heaters, but these systems can stop working. If your system stopped working, it might be because of your home's hard water. Hard water can affect a water heater and will cause it to stop working. Here are several things to know about getting the repairs you need for your water heater if this is the problem.   Read More...