Basic Tips For Repairing Plumbing After A Flood

Living in the south during hurricane season can create a series of unfortunate circumstances. Therefore, it's essential to prepare for the possibility of mass flooding, which can cause significant damage to your property and personal possessions. After returning to your home once the hurricane has passed, you will need to assess the damage and begin to make repairs. One area that may require quite a bit of attention is the damage to your plumbing system.   Read More...

Primary Drainage Points In The House Every Homeowner Should Protect

Many homeowners only think of the drain in the kitchen sink when they think of a potential clog, but the fact is, there are several drainage points throughout the house that should be protected. From the bathroom to the basement and every room in between, there are drains that lead into the sewer or septic system that can develop clogs. Each and every one of these drains can mean big trouble if they become dysfunctional.   Read More...

Fixing A Clogged Drain

Having a clogged drain can be a real pain. It is not a good feeling to go into a bathroom or a kitchen and not be able to use the sink because the pipes are clogged. There are a lot of different reasons you may have a clog, but more often than not it is going to be mineral buildup, or something being put down the sink that does not belong.   Read More...

3 Subtle Signs You Should Replace Your Home's Old Water Heater

If your home has an older water heater, you may wonder if it may be time to replace it. If so, look for the following three subtle signs that could indicate that your heater is getting ready to break down and needs to be replaced. Water Tastes like Metal The first subtle sign that your hot water heater is getting ready to break down is the taste of the water. If you have noticed that the water has taken on a metallic flavor, this could be a sign that the interior walls of the heater are wearing down.   Read More...

Tips For Minimizing Water Waste In Commercial Kitchens

If you're opening up a new restaurant or other food service facility, it's the perfect time to start thinking about water conservation. Commercial kitchens consume a lot of water, and there's no avoiding that. However, there are ways to reduce water waste in your kitchen. Don't be fooled into thinking that you have to spend thousands of dollars to do it, either. There are ways that you can minimize water waste on a budget, allowing you to focus your spending on other features.   Read More...