How Sewer Cameras Simplify Drain Cleaning

Once upon a time, if you had a clogged main drain, your plumber would either use an auger to force out the clog or they would attempt to blow out the clog with high-pressure water. This often worked, but recurring problems would mean you needed to dig up a pipe since it could otherwise be difficult to know the main reason for the clog. With the advent of sewer cameras, cleaning the main drain line from your home has become much easier. Read More 

Opt For Furnace Repair Or Furnace Replacement? Find Out When It’s Best For One Or The Other

The general estimate is that a furnace should serve a home well for about 18 to 20 years, which is a considerable amount of time. Knowing this, when your furnace gets to a point in its life span when it may be close to the end, you may be wondering whether replacement or repair is the most logical choice. Naturally, a furnace is one of the more costly investments in your home, so getting as many years as possible is typically the preference. Read More 

Preparing For Your New Septic Tank

Building a custom home on your own lot of land is exciting; you're getting a house that is built to match your needs. For many people, this means building on land that is in a fairly open or rural area, meaning there is no city sewer connection to handle sewage from the house. That means you'll need to install a septic system, which is not as complicated as it sounds. You do need to ensure the land and new house are ready for the septic tank, however. Read More 

Why Won’t Your Toilet Stop Filling?

When you normally use a toilet, you can hear the toilet tank refill after flushing for a short while, and then the water turns off. But sometimes, this doesn't work as expected. When the water keeps flowing no matter how much time passes after flushing the toilet, you have a problem on your hands. Here's what's likely going on and what you can do about it. Why It Happens The most common cause of this problem is that something has gone wrong with the float in your toilet tank. Read More 

Why It’s a Good Idea for Homeowners to Buy Water Softeners

You might not realize it, but your home produces hard water, which isn't ideal for a lot of reasons. Fortunately, water softeners exist. Buying one of these systems will give rise to these rewards in your household.  1. Save Money  Even though some water softeners can range into the hundreds, you'll still be saving a lot of money over the years by having one of these systems in your home. That's because they help soften water, which alleviates mineral ions that can cause buildup in water-oriented appliances and pipes. Read More