3 Important Reasons To Install A Sump Pump

If you have a basement, it is very important that you install a sump pump in it for precautionary reasons. Even if you live in an area with a very low water table, you never know what weather condition may occur, or what accidents can happen inside of your home, to cause your basement to flood. A sump pump essentially uses suction and pumping action to remove any excess water from your basement. Read More 

Learn How To Determine If You Have An Issue With Your Sewer Line

There are many people who assume that it will be obvious when they have an issue with their sewer line. They assume that water will simply stop going down their drains when something is wrong, but that is not always the case. The following guide provides you with a few ways you can tell that an issue is starting to develop in your sewer system.   Smelling an Odd Odor Read More 

How A Plumber Finds A Hidden Water Leak In Your Home

Signs of a hidden water leak include a high water bill, an increase in pests like roaches and silverfish, and a moldy odor in your home. These signs let you know there is water in your home somewhere, but finding it could be difficult without the right equipment. A plumber can use a thermal imaging camera to locate areas of water damage and an ultrasonic listening device to locate the source of the leak without having to dig up pipes or tear through a wall until the leak is found. Read More 

Unclog A Twist-Down Bath Drain

Does your tub start filling up with sudsy, dirty water as you take your shower? Does it take several minutes for the tub to fully drain? If so, the problem may be that you have a clog that obstructs the flow of water out of your tub. If you don't take steps to remove the clog, it can completely block the flow of water out of your tub. If you know what you are doing, you can take care of the problem on your own. Read More 

3 Areas Of Your Furnace That You Need To Clean

In order to keep your furnace running smoothly, it is important to keep dust and dirt away from your furnace. Dust and dirt can impede how your furnace works and functions. #1 Furnace Filter One of the most important areas of furnace maintenance is cleaning the filter. Remove the filter from the furnace and hold it up to the light. If you can easily see light streaming through the filter and it looks clean, you can put it back. Read More