If you think things are growing above ground, you should see down below. A hidden nemesis is sprouting underground: TREE ROOTS. How can you tell if tree roots are growing into your sewer pipes? This may be one of the causes of that toilet filling up or overflowing if it is not clogged or worse yet, not even being used. Keep reading for the inside scoop.
Your shower gets a workout when the kids go back to school. There's no time to waste when you're running around trying to shuffle everyone out the door or get yourself to work. The shower must cooperate, but sometimes it doesn't. Here are a few of the common issues and how to avoid them.
In all of the excitement and preparation that comes with going on vacation, make sure you take these precautions to save you from returning home to a devastating flood and water damage. There's a reason they're called "vacation floods." Eager to leave town for some R&R, homeowners speed away without taking actions to keep water damage from occurring while they're away. Just a few minutes attending to these tips could save you extreme repairs and extensive insurance claims. Here's some advice to help you avoid "vacation floods" this summer.
This blog provides you with insights as to what situations and/or elements might be contributing to a clogged toilet in your home or business. It's usually one of two culprits 1) Age of the toilet 2) Something that shouldn't have been flushed down your toilet. We'll give you a list of items you should never flush down your toilet.
The winter can be rough on pipes and plumbing in general. These seven quick checkups will make sure that you notice any problem spots before they become bigger issues.
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