A home remodel is an exciting—and expensive—time for any homeowner. This is a popular way for homeowners to update less-desirable areas in their homes and tailor them to their wants and needs. Sometimes these updates are purely aesthetic, but many… Read More
6 Items That Should Never End Up in Your Septic System
It is unfortunately a common occurrence that items other than toilet paper get flushed down the toilet and end up in the septic system. This is a big problem, because many products that are commonly flushed down the toilet end… Read More
Temporary Fixes for a Leaky Pipe While You Wait for a Plumber
Discovering a leaky pipe in your home is never an altogether welcome experience, and can be especially inconvenient when it happens right before (or, oof, during!) a big gathering or special occasion. Faced with such a situation, taking swift action… Read More
Common Plumbing Problems in Summer
Summer is the time for outdoor activities—vacations, social libations, re-lax-a-tion. However, also: ‘Tis the season to be wary: many sewage problems! Plumb plumb plumb!’ (…Sorry, perhaps it’s for the best that “summer carols” never quite took off in the US… Read More
7 Signs You Have a Damaged Sewer Line
As a home or business owner, probably pretty close to the very last thing you want to deal with is a damaged sewer line. The thought of sewage backing up into your personal (sacred!) space is enough to compel most… Read More
Does Your Home or Business Need Backflow Testing?
As a property owner, you may be familiar with the concept of backflow testing, a plumbing service that assesses the pressure levels of your backflow preventer device. This service is particularly important in many localities where annual testing and regular… Read More
What Causes Low Water Pressure?
Low water pressure can be a frustrating issue for homeowners, causing appliances and fixtures to work improperly. Water pressure is measured in pounds per square inch (PSI) and should typically range between 30 to 80 PSI, with an ideal range… Read More
Common Plumbing Problems in the Spring
Owning a business can be a pretty wild ride sometimes. From managing employees to keeping customers happy and the countless tasks involved, there’s always something demanding your attention. A sense of urgency, one might say. But one thing that often… Read More
Spring Maintenance Tasks For Your Water Heater
Spring is approaching, and with it comes the promise of pleasant weather and longer days. However, this season can take a toll on your water heater if you don’t take proper care of it. To avoid any issues, it’s essential… Read More
A Step-by-Step Guide For When Your Toilet Overflows
Dealing with a toilet overflow can be a stressful situation, but with the right tools and know-how, you can handle it like a pro. Follow the step-by-step guide below, and you will ultimately persevere in these… less than ideal circumstances.