Plumbing on the Road: Plumbing for RVs and Campers

3 Things You Should Know About Plumbing Issues In Your New Home

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Have you recently purchased or are about to purchase your first home? Do you want to make sure that you keep everything in good condition for as long as possible? When you own a home, it’s a good idea to have the number of a reliable plumber on hand at all times, just in case. But in order to avoid having to call unnecessarily, there are some things that you should keep in mind about your plumbing system. Read More»

Noticing A Faint Sewage Smell From Inside Your Bathrooms? What Could Be The Problem?

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If you’ve recently caught a whiff of an unpleasant sewage smell from inside your bathroom, you may have embarked on a cleaning frenzy in an effort to rid your home of the smell, only to realize the problem lies deeper. Fortunately, in many cases, even the most stubborn sewage smells can indicate only a minor issue that’s easily resolved without requiring you to dig up sewer lines or pump your septic tank. Read More»

A Stress-Free Thanksgiving Starts With Your Plumbing

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Many stressful Thanksgiving holidays are created by problems with the plumbing in a home. This is because many poor habits are made worse by the business of the holiday. Here’s what you can do to prevent this to help take the right step towards a stress-free Thanksgiving this year: Remember, the Garage Disposal is Not a Trash Can: First off, remember that the garbage disposal is not a trash can. Read More»

Tips For Clearing A Clog In Your Bathtub Drain

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A clogged bathtub drain is often more difficult to clear than a kitchen drain. A plunger doesn’t work as well due to the shape of the tub and the overflow drain that allows pressure to escape. Plus, using chemical drain cleaners in a clogged tub isn’t a very good idea because you’re left with a big problem if the chemicals don’t work and they float around your tub. Here are some things that might help. Read More»

Should You Repair Or Replace A Leaky Faucet?

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When a faucet in your home will not shut off completely and is constantly dripping, it can be annoying, costly, and damaging. This dripping can stain your sink, if you have hard water, and the constant dripping sound can drive you crazy. If you are on city water, this dripping will be costly to your water bill each month, but should you replace or repair the faucet? Here are two factors to consider as you make this decision. Read More»