What's Wrong With Your Sewer Lines?

You might have no problems tackling the minor clogs that form in the kitchen or bathroom pipes from time to time. However, when you seem to have a stubborn clog that just isn't clearing, you may start to wonder what's happening. There could be something more serious happening, such as the two situations below. The Main Line is Obstructed All of the pipes inside the house feed into one singular main sewer line on the way to the property's sewer tank. [Read More]

3 Important Reasons Why You Should Hire a Professional Plumber and Not Attempt DIY Solutions

Have you just moved into a new home only to discover that it has a few minor plumbing issues? Do you think that you can handle these things yourself without calling in the help of a professional plumber? While some plumbing issues can be very simple, such as replacing a broken toilet float valve, most repairs are ones that you're going to want to leave to a professional plumber. A few reasons why you should avoid attempting to tackle most plumbing jobs include: [Read More]

Flushable Portable Toilet Maintenance: What You Can Expect

For the most part, portable toilets, or "porta-potties," do not need plumbing repairs in the traditional sense. They are usually comprised of a toilet seat installed over a large holding tank that is left open to the air. However, there is a newer type of porta-potty that flushes, which is much healthier and safer for all users because it removes the waste from the receiving bowl and sends it into a securely sealed-off holding tank. [Read More]

Three Reasons To Consider Hiring A Plumber For Your Bathroom Remodel

If you are remodeling a bathroom or kitchen, you will more than likely be moving or replacing some of the fixtures, sinks, or other items at the same time. In some locations, plumbing work has to be completed by a licensed plumber. Running a new drain line or feed into a sink, tub, or toilet is not difficult to do but if the code requires a plumber complete the work, you will need to hire one even if you know how to do the work. [Read More]