Four Tips For Keeping Hair Out Of Your Drains

The problem with hair getting caught up in your drains is that once it starts getting tangled, it will build up and then cause a clog in the drain. However, hair getting in the drains is inevitable, especially in the shower. But there are ways to help limit how much hair gets in your drain. Here are four tips to help you keep hair out of the drains: Get a Drain Filter: The first thing you want to do is get a drain filter that can trap the hair at the surface of the drain so that it's not getting into the pipes. [Read More]

2 Imperative Things Plumbers Want Homeowners to Know

As a homeowner, you probably understand the importance of the HVAC and electrical systems. From keeping your home comfortable to providing your home with light and power to run appliances and electronics, the benefits of these systems are easy to see. However, understanding the importance on your plumbing is also essential, since it is a key part of your home's total water usage and waste removal. Unfortunately, most homeowners do not place enough time into learning about their plumbing and septic systems. [Read More]

Tankless Water Heating: Should You Make The Upgrade?

While a broken hot water heater may be viewed as an expensive repair, it also gives you the opportunity to upgrade your home's hot water tank to a brand new model. There have been many advancements over the years when it comes to hot water heaters, especially with the method used to heat the water. You no longer need to have a huge hot water tank taking up room in your home when a tankless model is a viable option. [Read More]

How To Care For A Plumbing Leak That Caused Mold Problems

A plumbing leak that led to a mold growth is tricky to treat, because it's usually a late-stage leak that causes permanent damage to you home's structural materials. Here is the order of steps to treat this problem. Step 1: Get Rid of the Leak Your immediate response to a leak should be to call an emergency plumbing services team to handle the leak. You never know when that leak could open up to be more than just a drip. [Read More]