4 Simple Tips for Taking Care of Your Septic System Drainage Field

27 February 2017
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It is important with a septic system that you not only watch what you put down the drains, but that you also be careful about how you use the area around your septic tank. This area is called the septic drainage field. The septic drainage field is responsible for getting rid of the contaminants that get into your septic tank. Here are four simple tricks that will help you take care of your septic drainage field. Read More 

How To Avoid Toilet Clogs

24 February 2017
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Clogged toilets are a common household problem, and are almost always caused by flushing something down the toilet that was not supposed to go down the drain. Often, even products that are marketed as flushable or seem to be able to pass easily through your plumbing can cause issues. In order to prevent future clogs and other associated plumbing problems, you should make an effort to avoid flushing any of the following materials down your toilet. Read More 

Water Saving Tips For Homeowners

23 February 2017
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Even with the easing of drought conditions in the more thirsty parts of the country, water conservation remains a hot topic. It falls on all consumers, not just those in the dangerously dry zones, to do their part to keep their water usage down. Doing so not only helps the planet, but can keep those water bills down too. Read on for some easy to implement tips to save on water use in your home. Read More 

5 Things To Know About Hiring A Plumber For Clogged Drains

22 February 2017
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If you have a clogged drain in your home that you cannot seem to easily resolve, you are going to want to hire a plumber. With their tools, they can quickly fix the problem for you. However, you should know these five things to help you understand what will happen once you do hire a plumber for this issue: Don't Continue Trying to Fix it Yourself: After you have attempting to unclog the drain with a plunger, do not try anything else. Read More 

Ways to Clean Your Drain to Eliminate Bad Odors

22 February 2017
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You'd think with all the water and dish soap suds that go down your kitchen drain that it could stay nice and clean. However, that usually isn't the case. Food particles, soap scum, and grease cling to the sides of the pipes and eventually cause bad odors to waft out of the drain. It may be so bad that tiny flies are drawn to the drain, which adds to the annoyance. Read More