The Four Biggest Reasons Toilets Get Clogged

Most likely, you've had to deal with a clogged toilet at one time or another. While it seems like a common problem that is not actually a big deal, it actually is and shouldn't be occurring as often as it actually does. Here are four of the biggest reasons toilets get clogged: Flushing the Wrong Things: Even flushing too much toilet paper is a problem. Instead, only a small amount of toilet should be used while any excess toilet paper should simply be discarded in the trash. [Read More]

Three Reasons To Replace The Old Plumbing In Your Home

If you have an older plumbing system in your home, you may be wondering when it's time to replace it. You don't want to do it before it's needed, of course, because it's going to cost money. But when the time comes, replacing the old plumbing is going to be worth the investment. Here are three signs that it is time to replace the old plumbing in your home: ‚ÄčThe Water Does Not Run Clear: If the water isn't running clear in your home, this is obviously a concern. [Read More]

Is Your Sewer Line Clogged? Some Signs You Should Look For

Your sewer line is one of the most essential components of your household plumbing. It causes problems when the line becomes clogged or damaged. For example, running your washing machine may cause your toilet to overflow. A clogged sewer line can stop all household plumbing activity. Read on to find out what signs you should look for. Problems With Multiple Drains Backing Up It may start out with your bathtub, toilet and sinks draining slowly. [Read More]

Three Upgrades To Improve Your Air Conditioner's Performance

An air conditioning system can easily be one of the most important systems for keeping your home comfortable. While you will want to ensure that you are getting the best performance possible from your system, there are several basic upgrades that you may be able to make that could greatly improve the effectiveness and durability of your HVAC system. Seal The Ducting Your ducting will run throughout your home, and it will be responsible for moving the air from the air conditioner to the interior vents. [Read More]