4 Creative Habits to Keep Your Drains Clog-Free and Flowing

Drain clogs are messy and a pain to deal with. Standing water in sinks starts to develop a bad odor, and your sink is out of commission until you take care of the clog. Preventing problems is always better than spending time and money to resolve them. Here are four smart habits to help prevent […]

Easy Ways to Prevent Issues With Your Water Heater

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Your home’s water heater is an important appliance that uses energy to create hot water for your home. While any water heater may need to be repaired at some point, there are several steps you can take to ensure you avoid any major malfunctions that could cause catastrophic loss of your hot water supply. Regularly […]

Old Clay Pipe Drains Can Be Broken Down by Tree Roots and Time

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Clay pipe has been used as buried sewer line in the United States since the beginning of the twentieth century. Over time, moisture, shifting soil, and tree roots can cause tiny cracks in clay pipe and may lead to collapse as the years progress. If your sewer line needs a regular snaking to clear clogs […]

Why Summertime Is the Perfect Time to Clean Your Drains

Drain cleaning is an essential part of home maintenance. Drainpipes are easy to forget about, but they’re the very thing that provides access to water for everything from taking a shower to washing the dishes. The best way to ensure you always have water when you need it is to schedule routine drain cleanings. Drain […]

3 Shocking Facts About Sewer Lines

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Homeowners commonly overlook or even disregard sewer systems. However, we encourage our customers to learn more about them. By learning more about sewers and how they function, it will empower you to handle any issues with confidence. 1. There Are Three Types, and Not All of Them Are Odorous Most people believe one sewer line […]

Helpful Water Heater Safety Tips

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A healthy water heater will be able to conserve energy while providing your family with all the hot water they need to bathe, clean, and cook. Unexpected system malfunctions can potentially pose a risk to your convenience and safety. Here’s what you can do to keep your home’s water heater running as safely as possible […]

Flow Freely: Spring Maintenance Tips for Healthy Drain Lines

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As spring blossoms, it not only brings the beauty of nature but also serves as a reminder for homeowners to tackle essential maintenance jobs. These tasks include ensuring the health of home drain lines. Clogged drains can lead to a multitude of problems, from minor inconveniences to significant water damage. Consider the following simple steps […]

Unexpected Causes of Sewer Line Troubles

The most common sewer line problem by far is the classic clog. Top causes include pouring grease down the drain and children flushing items they shouldn’t. But clogs can occur due to external sources as well. Watch for signs that you have bellied, broken, or corroded pipes. Tree Roots Invasive tree roots are the most […]

Common Causes Behind Septic System Problems

While you may not see your septic system’s vital pipes and tanks, they’re essential to your family’s daily convenience. This system safely transports wastewater out of the house and off your property. When these lines wear down or accumulate damage, they can cause unpleasant overflowing and leaks. To help prevent these septic issues, you should […]

Basic Water Heater Must-Knows Every Homeowner Should Understand

As humans, we rely a lot on hot water. Whether it’s for thoroughly cleaning our clothes or taking a nice warm shower, having that heat in the water is a necessity. For this reason, every home is outfitted with a hot water heater. Here are some key things you should know about the water heater […]

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