Making Wise Plumbing Decisions

What Should You Do If Sewage Is Appearing In Your Yard?

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Nobody wants to deal with the sight — or worse yet, smell — of having sewage in their yard. However, it can happen to anyone. If you’ve recently noticed that your yard looks saturated and has a foul smell, chances are it’s due to sewage. Here’s what you should know and do about this problem. Stop Using Plumbing If at all possible, stop using the toilet in your home immediately, and keep water and sink usage to a minimum. Read More»

Piping up About Pipe Maintenance

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When was the last time you thought about your pipes? Maybe it was when one became clogged and you needed to dump a half gallon of drain cleaner down the drain. Or perhaps it was when one sprung a leak and got your basement all wet. Have you noticed a theme here? Like most people, you probably only think about your pipes when there’s a problem. This is a common mindset, but it’s not the best one. Read More»

Finding Hot Water Heater Repair Services

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Hot water heater performance is of the utmost importance in your building. No matter where you live or what kind of house you have, the hot water heater is responsible for keeping your home plumbing at its best, while also helping to provide everyone in your home with comfortable bathing and cleaning water. Hot water heaters can be installed quickly and effectively when you have the help of a professional. Follow the points in this article to get the help that you are looking for. Read More»

4 Plumbing Tips For Spring

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April showers bring May flowers! Hopefully, April, or spring in general, does not also bring you plumbing trouble. You can help decrease your chances of a plumbing issue by taking a few preventative, plumbing care steps this springtime. With spring cleaning on your mind, it’s the perfect time to tackle these tasks. 1. Check your outdoor spigot before turning it back on. Hopefully, you turned off the water to your outdoor spigot for the winter to keep water from freezing inside of it and causing the metal pipe to crack. Read More»

A Sewage Ejector Pump Makes It Possible To Install A Bathroom In Your Basement

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A basement bathroom may be in your future plans to make life easier for your growing family. If so, you’ll want to talk to a plumber about what’s necessary for a bathroom that’s below the main plumbing lines. The bathrooms in your upper floors drain by gravity, but since a bathroom in the basement is lower than the main sewer drain, the waste has to be pumped out with a sewage ejector pump. Read More»