We’re about halfway through the summer! What should you be thinking about when it comes to your home? We asked some of our top technicians for their tips to help you get through the summer with your home comfort equipment.
In light of everything going on in our world today, many of us are working and caring for our children at home. You may also be cooking at home more instead of eating out. That means a lot of extra wear-and-tear on your kitchen and bathroom plumbing and drains. One of our top drain technicians, Mike Green, shared some great tips to prevent backups and keep your drains running smoothly to meet any extra demand as a result of being at home more.
A clogged toilet happens to everyone on occasion, but if it happens to you all the time, you may need to set the plunger aside and look for the root problem. There are many things that can cause your toilet to clog frequently. Here are 8 common reasons your toilet is always backed up: 8 Common Reasons your Toilet Keeps … Read More
Many things can clog drains in your home. Roots, feminine hygiene products and even toys can make their way down the drain and cause a backup. Clearing the drain is easier for a plumber if your home has drain cleanouts. What is a drain cleanout? A drain cleanout provides access to your main sewer line and is located outside of … Read More
Many people may not know that there’s a difference between plumbing and drain problems and we often equate them to the same thing. So what is the difference between plumbing and drain issues? There is an easy way to remember the difference between Drain and Plumbing problems. Plumbing = Fresh Water In Plumbing problems involve fresh water coming into your … Read More
There are two main reasons why a washing machine is not draining. The first thing we typically ask customers is if the water is leaking out of the wall when it tries to drain or does the water not drain out of the washing machine itself? Scenario #1: Water not draining out of washer at all: If you open the … Read More
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