Signs You Have A Clogged Sewer Line

Posted on: 4 July 2016

There are many things that can cause the drains in your home to move slowly, and clogs in the lines are the most common reasons for this. When a main sewer line gets clogged, though, there will be symptoms present that will not be there if there is a simple clogged plumbing line. Here are three signs that can alert you that your plumbing problems might be the result of a clogged sewer line.
[Read More]

7 Tips For Making Your Plumbing Eco-Friendlier

Posted on: 4 July 2016

If you are looking to make changes to your home to make it eco-friendlier, look no further than your plumbing. Your plumbing not only relies on water, but there are also electrical and gas costs that go with using it. To help you cut down on your energy costs and become a bit more green, here are some changes you can implement in your home's plumbing system.  Update your water heater.
[Read More]

3 Tips To Help Prevent Scale Buildup In Your Hot Water Heater

Posted on: 1 July 2016

Having access to hot water on-demand is a luxury that many homeowners take for granted. Maintaining the health of your water heater is essential if you want to ensure continued access to the hot water your household relies on each day. Over time, scale (a collection of mineral deposits) can begin to build up on the interior surface of your water heater's tank. This scale can weaken the structural integrity of your water heater, resulting in the need for a costly replacement.
[Read More]

Is It Worth Installing A Basement Bathroom Now If You're Planning To Remodel Later?

Posted on: 30 June 2016

If your home has an unfinished basement, you might still be waffling between adding flooring and drywall to convert it into a family area or simply leaving it unfinished and using it for storage. In the meantime, you may be considering rerouting some of your plumbing to install a makeshift bathroom until you make your final decision. However, if you're just interested in the "bones" of the structure and will likely remodel at a later date regardless of whether you keep the rest of your basement unfinished, many bathroom building plans could be too elaborate.
[Read More]