With fall and winter right around the corner, it’s time to prepare your home for the cold weather. Even though there are quite a few areas in your home that require attention, your home’s plumbing system needs to be at the top of your list. » Read more
No one likes a malfunctioning sewer system. Fortunately, the situation can be avoided to a certain extent, if you don’t make common mistakes such as pouring grease down the drain or disposing of hard objects via the drain pipe. » Read more
Many homeowners try to handle plumbing issues themselves, either because they enjoy tinkering around their house or they want to save money. Fixing the problem yourself may solve it temporarily, but can cause more serious plumbing issues in the future. » Read more
Having a constant supply of hot water, especially during the winter is not possible with traditional water heaters. Even if it has a large tank, the hot water runs out if you have high demand and multiple bathrooms in your home. » Read more
A woman in New Jersey had her home wrecked after raw sewage flooded the basement causing over $50,000 in damage. She was a victim of a ‘fatberg’, which was a disgusting and congealed mass of fat, wet wipes and other waste clogging the pipes.
Careful planning comes in handy especially when there is an emergency situation at home. For example a burst water pipe. The damage caused can be catastrophic if not attended to immediately. » Read more
Large-scale plumbing problems can have devastating financial repercussions. For instance, whether you’re a resident or a commercial property owner, sewer repair costs have always been heavy on the pocket. » Read more
Garbage disposal units are one of the most popular kitchen appliances in the United States. They’re also good for the environment, allowing you to send food scraps to the municipal wastewater plant rather than to landfills. » Read more