Troubleshooting Your Home’s Low Water Pressure

FFrom time to time, all of us experience low water pressure. Most of the time, the problem lies with your plumbing system. Please note that you should never ignore low water pressure. Doing so could create major headaches down the road. If you can’t locate the source of the problem yourself, you should definitely call a qualified plumber and get the problem fixed. It’s a fact of life that plumbing problems, when ignored, always get more expensive to fix. Here are some of the things you can check on when you’re experiencing poor water pressure […]

By |August 31st, 2016|Plumbing Repairs, Plumbing tips, Water Heaters|0 Comments

Video inspection helps quickly solve sewer line problems

A big part of our business involves opening up clogged sewer lines. Most sewer line blockages are caused by tree roots getting into a cracked line, shifting soil around the sewer line, or extreme changes in temperature. Of course, the age-old favorit — grease buildup — can also cause problems.

It’s not always easy to determine what is causing the blockage or where in the line it’s located. A video inspection can be incredibly helpful! Putting a camera down your sewer line can help us figure out the best solution without tearing up your yard. Neither we nor our customers want […]

Here’s how to keep your garbage disposal in top condition

It’s easy to overlook your garbage disposal. After all, unless it stops working, you probably never give it a thought. But you should, because like any other appliance, your garbage disposal needs some tender loving care to last its longest. Here are a few things you can do to keep your garbage disposal running properly for years to come.

First, be kind to your disposal. Not everything should be put into it. For example, coffee grounds can clog up your drains, and rice and pasta grains swell up in water and can really dull your blades. These items should be composted […]

By |August 6th, 2016|Garbage Disposal, Plumbing Repairs, Plumbing tips|Comments Off on Here’s how to keep your garbage disposal in top condition