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
Bathrooms are likely to develop mold and mildew due to their particularly inviting conditions—such as heat and moisture. Once developed, mold is hard to eradicate, unless you call a professional for help. » Read more
A clogged sewer can be a nuisance for homeowners. When the drainage system is blocked, it impacts almost all other plumbing activities in a household, including the toilets, bathtubs, sinks, and showers. What’s more, small drain blockages are often overlooked until they escalate. » Read more
We take clogged and leaking pipes for granted at times, even though they have the potential to cause immense damage. The good news is, most of the issues in your home’s plumbing system can be dealt with through regular maintenance and some home remedies. » Read more
Winters in Florida are not as extreme when compared to other states, since the temperature rarely falls below freezing point. However, plumbing problems can still occur in low temperatures so it is imperative to prepare your house before the season kicks in full swing. » Read more