Three Tips To Help Deal With Clogged Sewer Lines And Plumbing Problems

If you have a problem with the plumbing in your home becoming clogged, it may be something blocking a drain or it could be a more serious problem with your sewer lines. There are many things that can affect sewer lines, such as debris, collapsed lines and roots in pipes. Here are some tips to help you deal with the sewer line problems in your home: 1. Debris Building Up On Walls Of Sewer Lines And Causing Slow Drainage Read More 

3 Outdoor Tips To Remember For A Healthy Septic System

Your septic system is critical if you want your family's household plumbing to work as it is supposed to. A good septic system should be pretty easy to take care of and should mostly maintain itself, particularly if you have it emptied every few years as directed. However, there are a few care tips that you should remember. These are a few that you should remember when you're outdoors and around your septic system drainfield. Read More 

Tips For Repairing A Damaged Porcelain Sink

Porcelain sinks are popular, but they are also vulnerable to chips, scratches and other damage that can leave them unattractive and in need of repair. While you can replace the entire sink if necessary, small chips and other damage can also be repaired. All you need is some time, basic supplies and a porcelain repair kit. Here's a look at some tips to help you repair chips in your sink with ease. Read More 

Alternative Sewer Line Repair Methods

Some home maintenance problems are almost inevitable. Sewer line issues may be one of these problems. If your home is old enough and has plenty of trees nearby, at some point you may have a break in your pipes due to tree roots that can lead to destructive repair or replacement methods. Fortunately, you can choose several less intrusive options to fix your sewer problems while preserving your yard.  Copper Sulfate Treatment Read More 

Winter Plumbing Mistakes That Can Cost You A Fortune

There are a few things that homeowners should do in the winter to keep their plumbing healthy; these tips are fairly common knowledge. Leave the water dripping when it is very cold out. Wrap pipes and keep a heat lamp or heated pipe wrapping on those that are located in basements, crawlspaces and garages where the temperature can drop below freezing. These are all important tasks to ensure that you have water flowing even during the most frigid weather. Read More