DIY Plumbing Problems and When to Call in a Professional

Water is one of the most destructive and costliest forces when it comes to causing damage to your home. That’s why it’s important to know when you can fix a plumbing issue yourself or when it’s time to call in a professional. Here are some basic plumbing repairs ...Read More

7 Key Benefits of Professional Drain Cleaning

Are you ready to keep your home healthy for the long run? Are you looking for a service that doesn’t put a hole in your wallet and gets the job done? If you have any kind of unsolved issue with your draining system, you need professional drain cleaning to make a ...Read More

Is Your Sump Pump Ready for Summer Storms?

It may be called the lazy days of summer, but with massive summer downpours dropping inches of rain in hours, your sump pump is working in overdrive this summer. Here’s what you can do to make sure it is doing its job even while you are on summer break! What is a sump ...Read More

Summertime AC Maintenance Checklist

Summertime and the livin’ is easy… as long as your air conditioner works. No one wants to deal with broken AC in the middle of summer… especially in Alabama. Even a unit that isn’t working optimally is burdensome enough! The best way to avoid the horror of AC-less ...Read More

How to Make Sure Your Drinking Water is Safe

The lead contamination of Flint, Michigan’s water supply put the spotlight on the importance of clean, healthy water everywhere, including your home. Do you know how to make sure the water coming out of your home’s tap is safe to drink? According to the Environmental ...Read More

DIY Drain Cleaning & Why It’s a Bad Idea

It’s happened to everyone: You turn on the water in your sink, shower, or tub and instead of flowing down the drain, it begins to back up. After seeing countless commercials for liquid drain cleaners, your first thought is to reach for that bottle of thick blue liquid ...Read More


Do you sometimes hear a loud “thunk” sound when you turn off a faucet or when the water stops flowing into your washing machine or dishwasher? That’s a phenomenon called “water hammer”, and it’s more than a disturbing noise — it can be the sound of serious ...Read More

The Root of the Problem: Trees to Avoid Near Sewer Lines

Fall is a great time to plant trees and shrubs, but while landscaping can add curb appeal and provide privacy for your home, planted in the wrong place they can also cause costly damage to your plumbing system. Over the years, root growth from some trees and shrubs ...Read More

6 Effective Tips on How to Thaw Frozen Pipes

For some homeowners, learning how to thaw frozen pipes is simply a necessity. Frigid conditions and aged pipes can create a perpetual, inconvenient situation in the winter months. If you’ve found that your water faucets are suddenly ineffective after a cold night, you ...Read More

The Essential Plumbing Parts List: Everything You Need in Your Home

In most cases, whenever your home plumbing needs repairing, you should rely on an expert’s help instead of trying to fix the problem yourself. Still, there are issues such as minor leaks or clogs that don’t really require a plumber. Especially if you are quite handy ...Read More

Find Your Main Water Shut-Off Valve

Generally, you only turn off water to specific fixtures during plumbing repairs, but sometimes it’s necessary to use the main water shut-off valve to prevent costly water damage during an emergency. However, it’s surprising how many people don’t know where to find ...Read More

When To Replace Your Water Heater

Proper maintenance is essential to the longevity of your water heater. Traditional units typically last between 20 and 23 years while tankless models often last up to 20 years. While regular maintenance can extend performance lifespan, water heaters do eventually wear ...Read More

Precautions You Can Take to Prevent Basement Flooding

Basement flooding is quite common throughout the country. Any house can be at risk, and water flooding can result in costly repairs due to water damage or mold and mildew growth. Spring may try to bring water into your home, but fortunately, there are things you can ...Read More

Benefits of Drain Cleaning

Your drain and sewer system is one of the most used, yet most overlooked systems in your home. Think about how many times a day you use them- we certainly put them to work! Every time you take a shower, flush the toilet, wash the dishes or do a load of laundry, you ...Read More


It is not uncommon for water heaters to break down or fail. Over time, they can build up sediment or suffer from lower or hotter temperatures. You usually won’t know this equipment has an issue until you use it. If your water heater breaks down, there are a few steps ...Read More

Flush Your Toilet Even If the Water is Shut Off

If you’ve ever had to shut off the water supply to your whole house or even part of it, you know that normal plumbing functions will be limited. That includes your toilet’s ability to flush. Losing the ability to flush the toilet while the water is shut ...Read More

Why Bacon Grease is So Bad for Plumbing

In their recent article “Everyone Pours Bacon Fat Down the Drain; Everyone Lies About It,” the Wall Street Journal reveals the terrible truth plumbers are already all-too-familiar with. People all over the world are still pouring their bacon grease down their drains ...Read More

Planning A Kitchen Remodel that Keeps Your Plumbing Safe

During this time of year, many homeowners choose to remodel their kitchen. A remodeling project can be fun and exciting to plan, but you also need to keep in mind what’s going on behind the walls. Your kitchen requires plumbing, electrical and gas lines to all be safe ...Read More


Many people may not think a plugged garbage disposal rates high enough on things that can go wrong to be classified as an emergency. But, ask anyone who is hosting a party or has a big family and they will tell you – having a plugged garbage disposal is NOT fun and ...Read More

Plumbing Basics

The plumbing system in your home is composed of two separate subsystems. One subsystem brings freshwater in, and the other takes wastewater out. The water that comes into your home is under pressure. It enters your home under enough pressure to allow it to travel ...Read More

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