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]

The Problems With You Kitchen Sinks and Some Improvements That Will Help

The kitchen sink is an area of your home where you may have do deal with many different types of problems. The drain beneath the sink may become clogged, not drain properly or have your wedding ring in. Adding a vent, or installing a trap with a cap will make solving drain problems easier. In addition, you may have issues with water lines or appliances connected to the pipes beneath the sink. [Read More]

Keep Your Family Safe After A Flood By Having These Four Inspections Done Before Moving Back Into It

After an area is flooded, many homeowners cannot wait to return home as soon as the authorities deem the area safe to reenter. It is important to realize that just because the water has left your home, it doesn't mean that your house is a safe place to stay right away. The guide below walks you through a few things that need to be inspected before you can live in your home again after it has been flooded. [Read More]