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Do you know how to unclog a drain or take care of a leaky faucet? It isn't always easy to know how to take care of a plumbing problem, which is why you should work with professionals to handle the task. I started working with a professional plumber a few years ago after we started having problems with our drains, and it was great not to have to stress about the job. I wanted to start a blog dedicated to handling plumbing tasks, so that you know how to resolve challenges without a bunch of unneeded stress every single day.

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3 Small Ways Your Home Is Wasting Water In Big Ways
9 November 2018

From showering and brushing teeth to washing dishe

Why Your Central Heater Doesn't Work
18 September 2018

HVAC systems are desirable because they are usuall

3 Reasons To Avoid A DIY Septic Tank For Your Tiny House
19 August 2018

You might feel as if "DIY" is your middle name by

3 Signs You Need Sewer Main Repair
25 July 2018

Your home's sewer main acts as the main pathway fo

What Makes Your Water Taste Bad
6 July 2018

If you are diligent about drinking water, then you

3 Small Ways Your Home Is Wasting Water In Big Ways

From showering and brushing teeth to washing dishes and laundry, your household uses a good amount of water each day. If you have a monthly water bill, you are probably concerned with your home's water usage a great deal. However, conserving your water usage is also important for protecting the environment. In addition, certain ways your home is wasting water can lead to water damage that requires costly repairs. Certain issues with your plumbing may seem small, but the amount of water they waste can be big. Read More 

Why Your Central Heater Doesn’t Work

HVAC systems are desirable because they are usually able to heat and cool off a house without a household having to wait a long time. The worst feeling for a homeowner is to live in a house that is freezing inside during cold seasons due to the heater not working. The cold temperatures can make it very uncomfortable to get up and take care of the typical daily tasks, such as cleaning the house or getting dressed. Read More 

3 Reasons To Avoid A DIY Septic Tank For Your Tiny House

You might feel as if "DIY" is your middle name by the time you get finished with your tiny house project. It's a great way to learn a lot of new things while saving money and building your dream tiny home at the same time. You might have learned along the way that doing everything by yourself isn't smart, but you might still be thinking about making your own septic tank and system. Read More 

3 Signs You Need Sewer Main Repair

Your home's sewer main acts as the main pathway for waste and wastewater to exit your home. This means that any sort of damage, clog, or problem with your sewer main can cause all sorts of complications throughout your entire household. Understanding what a few of the early warning signs associated with sewer main issues can help you determine when you need to get in touch with a contractor to take a look at your sewer main to fix any plumbing issues before they have the chance to manifest. Read More 

What Makes Your Water Taste Bad

If you are diligent about drinking water, then you may pour yourself a glass directly from your kitchen faucet. This water is obviously safe for ingestion, but it may not taste very good. Adding a filtration system to your home can help with the taste. However, you may want to understand why the water tastes foul in the first place. Keep reading to understand a few different causes. High Solid Content Read More