Renovating Your Bathroom? Two Plumbing Materials You Can Choose From

If you are renovating your bathroom and have to change the plumbing, there are different materials you have to choose from. What you choose will depend on how old your home is. Because you are renovating, you should consider replacing the plumbing if it is older. This will make things much easier, especially if you have any plumbing problems in the future. Keep reading so you know what type of materials will work best for you. Read More 

3 Safety Sensors That Can Stop Your Heater

Your furnace relies on various sensors just like your vehicle, but it's often more than a minor inconvenience when one fails. Your furnace's sensors help it to operate safely and reliably, so a failed sensor will typically cause your furnace to stop working altogether. Fortunately, furnace sensor failures do have one thing in common with their automotive counterparts: they're usually relatively inexpensive to repair. If your furnace has stopped functioning or it's behaving erratically, it may be due to one of these three sensors. Read More 

Are Flushable Products Wrecking Your Sewer Line?

If you're struggling with frequent plumbing problems no matter how many times you plunge and use drain cleaners, the problem may be no longer inside your house, but rather, outside in the sewer line. If you use flushable products regularly, this is likely the culprit to blame. Here's what you should know about these flushable products, what they're doing to your sewer system, and how you can fix the problem. Read More 

Why Do Inspections Go Hand-In-Hand With Septic Tank Pumping?

You may have heard the advice that you should always have your septic tank inspected before pumping. Most homeowners have their tanks pumped once every three or four years, and this typically provides a reasonable schedule for inspection as well. While this can certainly be as good of a time as any to check your tank's condition, there are more reasons to pair pumping and inspection together. Safety If you have a modern septic system, then safety isn't likely to be a concern. Read More 

Small Preventative Services Than Protect Your Plumbing

Most people think of plumbers as the professionals to call when there's a clog or a burst pipe. But this is only a part of the plumber's job. Plumbers also offer preventative services, and using these services could actually save you money in the long run by reducing your risk of leaks, clogs, and other major problems. Here are some seemingly small preventative services that could save you a large amount of hassle and money. Read More