DIY And Professional Drain Cleaning Techniques

Have your drains stopped flowing quickly in your home? If so, you may be dealing with a clogged drain. Without knowing how bad the clog is, it may be a DIY fix or require professional help. Here are some techniques that you can use to try to unclog a drain, and what services a professional can offer if those do not work. DIY Techniques There are two techniques you should try if you have a plumbing clog. Read More 

Air Conditioning Maintenance: Why You Can Do Most Of It And How To Do It

Air conditioning maintenance, for the most part, is all about cleaning. That said, you could do most of the maintenance yourself. It saves the HVAC contractor/technician a good chunk of time if you have already done this part of the maintenance. Here is what you will need and how to do it. Warm, Soapy Water and a Rag or Sponge Take these items outside and wipe down the condenser box. Try to get in between the slats, if they exist in your condenser box. Read More 

Why Is The Water Pressure Lower At One Faucet?

There are many factors that can affect water pressure. Low pressure can be the result of a solitary issue in a single component or a universal problem that is beginning to unfold in a specific location.  If a plumbing problem is localized, it's always best to attempt to diagnose the problem at the source, working outward to possible system failures only when no local issues can be found. What Issues Can Affect a Faucet's Water Pressure? Read More 

Don’t Freeze Your Pipes

When winter time comes you will have things to do around your house in preparation for that colder weather, rain, and snow. You'll want to make sure your HVAC system is ready to keep you warm, verify that your roof is in good shape and free of leaks and that your plumbing system is in good shape and won't be at risk of freezing during those freezing temperatures. Here are some of the wintertime preparations you are going to want to take care of around your home to better-protect your pipes: Read More 

Keep Your Drains Clear: 4 Tips

The drains in your home are responsible for getting rid of waste and dirty water, but they aren't able to handle large food particles, paint, grease/oil, feminine products or roots. Your drains can clog with these items going into your sewer drain. Be sure to keep your drains clean and clear to prevent backups in your home. See below for some helpful tips. 1. Use A Disposal If scraping dishes before doing the dishes is not your thing, then a garbage disposal may be your answer. Read More