Plumbing & Septic
4 Ways to Unclog Your Shower Drain
Posted: September 1, 2017 to Plumbing & Septic
Your shower drain is clogged. The water isn’t going down when you take a shower or when you give your little one a bath. Now, what do you do? You could call a plumber, but they can be really expensive. Fortunately, there are things that you can do on your own to unclog your shower… Read More
5 Tips for Choosing a New Toilet
Posted: August 3, 2017 to Plumbing & Septic
One of the things that you may have to do when you own a home is to replace your toilet. There are many toilets from which to choose. Below are five tips to help you choose the right toilet for your home.
5 Signs Your Septic Tank Needs to be Emptied
Posted: June 22, 2017 to Plumbing & Septic
If you have a septic system, you know that it can cause a lot of problems if it overflows. But how do you know if your tank needs to be emptied? Below are five signs that your septic tank is getting full or is full, and needs some attention.
4 Possible Signs it’s Time to Upgrade Your Toilet
Posted: March 3, 2017 to Plumbing & Septic
Many people think that they can keep a toilet indefinitely. But even though toilets will last forever it seems, there are times when you have to buy a new one. There are times when it will reach its breaking point so that they have to be replaced. Here are some of the ways that… Read More
How does a septic system work?
Posted: August 2, 2016 to Plumbing & Septic
A septic system is designed to capture, store, and eliminate the waste products that leave a house through the drain pipes. If your home is not serviced by a utility company that allows waste to enter a pipe and then move it on to a wastewater treatment plant, then you have your own waste removal… Read More
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