Common Plumbing Emergencies and How to Deal With Them

As a homeowner, fewer things are more frustrating than plumbing emergencies. A home needs proper plumbing to function properly. When you have a plumbing emergency, you need to know how to react. Although some plumbing emergencies require a plumber, there are some issues you can resolve yourself. The following are examples of common plumbing emergencies and what you need to do to resolve them as quickly as possible. Clogged and Overflowing Toilets Read More 

Four Ways To Keep Tree Root From Growing In Your Main Drain Line

Your main drain line connects the drains in your home to the main municipal sewer system. Tree roots can obstruct the line, causing sewage to back up into your home. The following can help prevent root incursion so your drain empties easily. 1. Remove Problem Trees The most obvious and effective way to stop tree root incursion in your drain line is to have no trees growing near the line. The closer the tree is to the sewer line, the more likely that its roots will pose a problem. Read More 

Should I Handle Electrical Problems Myself?

Depending on your comfort level with DIY-type activities, it can be tempting to try and tackle any problem that may happen at your home all by yourself. While this is true in some instances, such as replacing faucets and unclogging toilets, one area that you never want to try to tackle all by yourself is your home's electricity. Without proper training, tools, and knowledge of your home's electrical system, you're setting yourself up for massive issues that can result in huge damage to your home. Read More 

Five Things To Consider When Installing A New Kitchen Faucet

If your old kitchen faucet is all worn out, then it's time to look into a replacement. Part of the process of a new faucet install is picking out exactly what faucet you would like. The following are just a few things you should consider. 1. Mount Style Faucets come in two main mount styles -- sink mount and wall mount. Sink mount faucets are installed either along the edge of the sink, or on the counter directly behind the sink. Read More 

Why You Should Definitely Have A Water Softener Installed

Having a water softener installed may be one of those things you keep planning to do but then put on the back burner. Maybe you're having trouble justifying the cost, or perhaps you just haven't felt like sticking around and waiting for the plumber. Well, it's now the time to schedule that water softener installation! Here are some reasons why it's totally worth it. Your shower experience will be so much more satisfying. Read More