Should You Choose A Tankless Water Heater?

Tank-type water heaters have been the standard type of water heaters installed in many homes across the US. These types of water heaters are easily identifiable since they always come with a large tank that is used to store hot water so it is ready to use when needed. However, a new type of water heater is becoming increasingly popular. These are the tankless water heaters and they are also known as on-demand water heaters. Read More 

Benefits Of Perma Liner Pipe Repair

When you have sewer pipe problems, you have two approaches to making repairs. You can either rip everything out of the ground and completely replace the pipes, or you can use pipelining systems. Pipeliners are an "injected" resin-coated felt pipe liner that only requires a single opening in a direct line to the damaged pipe. Just to get an idea of how effective and beneficial this repair option is, here are some of the many benefits of perma liner. Read More 

Getting The Water Flowing With Professional Drain Cleaning Services

If you have a drain that is not working as it should be, it might be tempting to go and buy one of the many drain cleaners on the market and dump it into the drain to try and clear it out. The problem is, these cleaners seldom work as they claim and the chemicals in them can be very hard on the plumbing in your home. If you have a stubborn drain that you can not clear yourself, the best solution is to get some professional drain cleaning help. Read More 

4 Tips To Keep In Mind When Installing A New Water Heater

If it is time to swap out your old water heater for a new one, you are going to want to make sure that you know the most effective and smart techniques possible for installing a new water heater in your home. #1 Elevate the Water Heater If at all possible, you are going to want to elevate the water heater above the floor. You could put a few concrete blocks under the heater to elevate it. Read More 

Three Signs You Need To Replace Your Water Main

Your home's water main is, as its name would suggest, the main pathway through which water enters your home. This makes it arguably the most important piece of plumbing in your house, except perhaps for the sewer line, which performs the reverse function. However, just like all other types of plumbing, age and wear can begin to take a toll on your water main, causing it to structurally degrade and causing all sorts of problems for the rest of your home's plumbing system as a result. Read More