Plumbing Repair Or Replacement? What Your Toilet Needs

The toilet probably isn't something you give much thought to—until it stops working. If you're not sure whether the plumber should repair or replace the bathroom fixture, take a look at the questions you need to ask first. Does Your Toilet Clog Often? Toilets clog for many reasons. Many of these are nothing more than the wrong amount or type of toilet paper or mineral/debris buildup inside the bowl. While these cause intermittent clogs, a plunger and a little patience can typically solve the problem. Read More 

Home Plumbing Pipe Replacement Guide

If you have just purchased an older home, you may be wondering if the plumbing system needs work. Pipes, in particular, can be a problem in an old home. While it is an investment to replace the pipes, it will also save you money because you won't have to deal with more extensive damage from leaking water in the walls. Also, old pipes can pose a health danger for your family. Read More 

Preventing Clogs In Your Main Sewer Line: Three Tips To Follow

Your main sewer line can be a source of many headaches if it becomes clogged, but there are several steps you can take to help prevent this issue. Here are a few approaches to consider to help your main sewer line stay clear and free from clogs. Inspect The Landscaping Trees and bushes that are too close to the main sewer can create clogs. Roots can grow too deep and breach the outside of the pipes. Read More 

Does Your House Have A Plumbing Leak?

Did you know that 10,000 gallons of water are wasted each from the average American household as a result of undiagnosed plumbing leaks? To ensure that your plumbing system is working efficiently and to help save on water, you will need to pay close attention to your plumbing and work closely with a professional plumbing contractor. Ideally, you need to know the signs of a plumbing leak, which can include the following three things. Read More 

Nipping Plumbing Problems In The Bud

Most homeowners make it a point to do minor repairs on their homes. When you are proud to own a home, you want to provide personalized attention. Naturally, you can also save money by taking care of minor home issues on your own. It's not enough, however, to address problems as they arise. To ensure that problems don't progress too far, there are steps you can take to ensure that your major home systems stay as healthy as possible. Read More