Four Tips To Keep Clog-Free Drains

Nothing is more frustrating than a clogged sink, and it always seems to happen at the worst time. Not like there is a good time to deal with a stinking, backed up sink full of all kinds of yucky stuff! So how do you prevent a clogged sink to begin with? Here's what you need to know. Don't Let Grease Touch Your Drains Washing animal fats down the drain is one of the quickest ways to clogged pipes. Read More 

3 Plumbing Maintenance Tips To Ensure Your Home Is Safe

There are a lot of things that can go wrong with the plumbing in your home. Some plumbing problems are also a safety hazard, which is why plumbing maintenance should be as important as any other maintenance that needs to be done around your home. A good plumbing maintenance routine will ensure that plumbing in your home does not cause hazards. Here are some plumbing maintenance tips to help ensure your home is safe: Read More 

DIY Leak Detection Tips

A hidden water leak is one of the most dangerous plumbing malfunctions. If you don't know the cause of the flooding, then you can't know the damage it can cause. For example, a leak that occurs near an electrical line or appliance can cause an electrical malfunction. For that reason, use these DIY leak detection tips if you suspect there is a water leak in the house: Determine Whether the Leak Is In the Drain Pipe or Water Line Read More 

3 Signs Your Water Will Give You That Your Water Heater Is Failing

Before your water heater goes out, it will try to give you signs to let you know that it is reaching the end of its life. The key is to pay attention to the signs that your water heater gives you before it goes out.  #1 Discolored Water When your water heater starts to fail, one of the most obvious signs is discolored water. When your water heater starts to reach the end of its life, the water that comes out of your faucets may have a brown look to it. Read More 

The Top 2 Things That Cause Hot Water Heaters To Wear Out Prematurely

A typical hot water heater will last between 8 to 12 years; however, this depends on a lot of different factors. There are certain things that can cause a hot water heater to wear out prematurely or faster than it should, and it's important to understand these things if your hot water heater is not working. If yours is currently not working as it should, you may need to replace it, even if it is not even 8 years old. Read More