Four Ways You Can Spot A Gas Leak

If you use natural gas to power all or a portion of your home, it is important to recognize the signs of a gas leak. Not only can gas leaks contribute to explosions, but they can cause health problems or even death. Check out a few ways you can spot a gas leak in your home. 1. Smell the Air Smelling the air is one way to check for a gas leak; however, if your natural gas is not burning correctly, a gas similar to carbon monoxide may leak into the air. Read More 

Three Tips For When A Water Pipe Breaks

A broken water pipe is no small problem. The damage can go well beyond your plumbing, affecting walls, floors, and even furniture. Unfortunately, these issues rarely occur at an opportune time and instead tend to surface in the middle of the night or on a weekend when standard plumbing services are unavailable. The following tips can help you manage the problem until you can get a plumber on site: Tip #1: Shut off the water Read More 

3 Magical Things Your Plumber Can Do With Very Little Effort

You consider hiring a plumber when yo have a leaky pipe, you have problems with your toilet or septic system, and maybe even when you install a new water heater. However, a plumber is far more useful than what the average homeowner knows, partially because they hold a wealth of knowledge because of their training and experience. These pros with a monkey wrench are so skilled, in fact, that they can do things that you may never dream they could in almost magical fashion. Read More 

How To Easily Get Your Drains Clear Of Clogs

Keeping the drains in your house clean and clear of clogs is very important in order to ensure that you and everyone else in the house will have full use of them without running into any problems. If you are starting to notice that you might have a small clog in one or more of the drains in the house, you will want to take immediate action. Completing one or more of the following tips is a good place to start. Read More 

Keeping Portable Toilets Usable In Winter

Whether you are running a construction site or you use portable toilets for extra facilities on your commercial property, keeping them usable during winter takes a bit of extra work. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure your portable toilets are safe and welcoming, even in the winter months. Ground Maintenance During winter, ice and snow can build up on the ground around your portable toilets. This can make it difficult for people to safely walk to the toilets, and it can even make it difficult to get the doors open. Read More