Your toilet’s clogged again, and this time it’s all your fault. (Who knew flushable kitty litter wasn’t flushable?) To help you avoid any future clogs, floods or breakdowns, check out these customers’ biggest mistakes — and how they can be avoided.Read More
Eliminating the risk of losing your home value, the flexibility to easily move when your lease ends, and lower maintenance costs are just some of the many advantages of renting. While the landlord manages or owns the property, you still have responsibilities in order to keep it in good condition. Here's a list of 10 plumbing tips every renter will be glad to know.Read More
While the list of items we'd advise not to put down your garbage disposal is rather large, lets start with two items we frequently see and hear go down ones disposal. As much as we love rice and pasta they are notorious garbage disposal demons.Read More
A garbage disposal is a very useful appliance for eliminating waste in the kitchen and keeping your sink clean and tidy. Unfortunately, the bowels of a garbage disposal have a tendency to collect spoiled food causing bacteria buildup over time, which can culminate in a very unpleasant odor.
Here are four of our favorite tips to fight that stinky sink.Read More
Before you leave, take a look at the tips below to ensure your home is ready for “vacation-mode” too.
Here's our list of 8 pre-vacation tips to avoid plumbing problems while you’re out of town!
Locating your main water shut off valve is a must for every homeowner. You may find the valve in the basement or crawl space below your house, on a wall near the front. If your home is on a slab, the valve may be near your water heater or in the garage. The point is, you can't turn it off if you don't know where it is.Read More