How To Care For Your Septic System

Posted on 24 August 2021
How To Care For Your Septic System
Your septic system is one of the most important infrastructural components of your home. It is important that you stay up to date with the necessary preventative maintenance. Here is a quick overview of what you need to do to take care of your system and maximize its lifespan. Inspections As a general rule, you should have your tank and system inspected once a year, whether you do it yourself or have a technician do it for you. This will help you make sure there aren’t any small issu...
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Experience Makes All the Difference When It Comes To Your Plumbing

Posted on 17 August 2021
Homeowners don't have a lot of experience with plumbing, and usually are just looking to save some money. Hiring the wrong plumber to do the job can be a recipe for disaster. There are a variety of important characteristics to look for when hiring a plumber, but perhaps the most important of all is experience. Working with an experienced professional provides you with much greater peace of mind during your project, and greater assurance that the job will be done to high standards of q...
 

Budgeting Your Plumbing Upgrades

Posted on 10 August 2021
Budgeting Your Plumbing Upgrades
Preparing to take on a new plumbing project at your home? How much is this going to cost is an important question you are looking to have answered. What you expect to pay depends on the kind of project you’re taking on and the extent of the work that needs to be done. This is one area that even the most experienced DIY enthusiasts leave to the professionals. You can help by prioritizing what you want this project to do and what are you willing to compromise on. Keep in mind th...
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How a Plumber Can Fix Your Problems

Posted on 20 July 2021
If you've noticed plumbing issues coming up at your house, you might be tempted to try to resolve the problems yourself. After all, fixing the problem yourself rather than calling in a plumber can save you a lot of money if you know what you're doing. The trouble is, most homeowners don't know what they're doing, so by attempting to repair plumbing problems themselves they might only make matters worse. A professional plumber is capable of taking on just about any plumbing...
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Let's Renovate: Bathroom Tips

Posted on 23 March 2021
Let's Renovate: Bathroom Tips
The second in a two-part series on renovating your home. You've got the contractor all set. Your design is finalized. You're in the final stages of preparation before work finally begins on your new bathroom renovation project, and you're probably feeling excited to see the end result. But before the work begins, it's important to take some final steps to make sure you and your household are prepared for the job. Here are a few simple steps you should take to make sure you...
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Let's Renovate: Kitchen Tips

Posted on 15 March 2021
A special two-part series on tips to renovate your home's kitchen and bathrooms. Today's installment is focused on getting a newly renovated kitchen. Given how long you will be without a kitchen, and the extent of the work that will need to be done, it's important you make the proper preparations in advance. Here's an overview of some of the steps you can take to prepare for your kitchen renovation, after you've got a contractor and design all settled. Make sure you...
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Current Trends in the World of Plumbing

Posted on 8 March 2021
Technology weighs heavily in this year's top plumbing industry trends, from growing demand for smart homes to pipes that tell on themselves when they spring a leak. Consumers increasingly ask the plumbing industry for green living products, ways to reduce water usage and recycle water, and for touchless plumbing fixtures. Here's a quick overview of some current trends in the field you should be aware of before taking on any plumbing work. Smart fixtures: As younger generation...
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Common Plumbing Problems, Part II

Posted on 1 March 2021
This week, part two in our series of the most common plumbing issues you run into as a homeowner: Clogs / partial clogs: Another major source of frustration among homeowners are clogged pipes. Clogged toilets are pretty straightforward. The worst clogs may call for a pipe snake or professional, but otherwise, it's plunge away. Clogged sinks and drains can be a whole different story. When these get really bad, it can be tempting to reach for drain cleaners. Please, avoid pouring thes...
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Common Plumbing Problems, Part I

Posted on 22 February 2021
In this two-part series, we'll highlight the most common plumbing issues you run into as a homeowner. Plumbing problems can be an annoying bane to homeownership. You might be tempted to try to resolve the problems yourself. After all, fixing the problem yourself rather than calling in a plumber can save you a lot of money IF you know what you're doing. Unfortunately, most homeowners don't know what they're doing, and might only make matters worse. A professional plumber is...
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What to Know About Frost-Free Faucets

Posted on 15 February 2021
The spigot you use on the exterior of your house likely gets a lot of use during the summer for watering plants or running sprinklers. But once the winter weather hits, that faucet could be vulnerable to cold weather, leading to potential pipe freezes. While there are some strategies you can employ to winterize these outdoor spigots, you can also significantly reduce the risk of problems with your pipes during the winter by installing a frost-free faucet on the outside of your home. This ...
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