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3 Tips To Deal With Drain Field Failures With Septic Systems

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The drain field of your septic system is something that is often forgotten about, but old lines can have problems. When your drain field begins to fail, it can lead to problems with your septic tank, and then, reach the plumbing in your home. Dealing with the problems in time can help reduce problems and the cost of repairs. Here are some tips to help with the drain field failures of your septic system to reduce the costs of repairs. Read More»

4 Ways To Prep The Plumbing In Your Home Before Going On Vacation

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Going on vacation is fun and exciting, but when you’re going to be away from home for a while, it is best to be prepared. No one wants to come home to a plumbing problem after a trip, so taking a little bit of time to give your plumbing system some attention is in your best interest. There are several things you can do to prep your plumbing system before you leave to give you peace of mind and help decrease the likelihood of problems arising, such as: Read More»

How Do You Know If You Need A Backflow Preventer?

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If there is something about how the water systems are set up on your property that encourages water or wastewater to flow back into or toward the potable water lines, it can be a major concern as a property owner. This issue is referred to as backflow by professionals, and it really is a common occurrence; however, not all homeowners completely recognize they have a backflow problem. Plus, even if they see the symptoms of a backflow issue, they don’t often know what’s to blame. Read More»

First Winter In Your Historic Home? Preventing Frozen Pipes

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You may assume that your recent purchase of a historic home with a basement means that fears of frozen pipes are a thing of the past. Unfortunately, in many parts of the country where winter temperatures regularly dip below freezing levels, even an enclosed basement may not be enough to protect your pipes. Read on to learn more about some of the signs your pipes may be at risk, as well as what you can do to ensure a leak-free winter. Read More»

Areas To Keep Clean On The Interior & Exterior Of A House

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Keeping a house in a good condition is something that should be one of the main goals of a homeowner. The reason why is because it can prevent the need for spending thousands of dollars on repairs throughout the years. The wisest type of preventative maintenance is to keep some of the important parts of the house clean. For example, you can take advantage of numerous benefits by investing in professional drain cleaning every now and then. Read More»

Guilty! A Look At Common Storm Drain Cloggers And How To Nab Them

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The storm drains you have on your business property have a hugely important job. When the rain pours down, these drains keep your parking area and the rest of your business property from being overflooded with water. Unfortunately, storm drain clogs are one of the most common reasons business owners have to contact a drain cleaning service for help. If you are constantly in the same boat (and possibly in need of a boat to get across your property), there is a pretty good chance there are some guilty drain cloggers making your life harder. Read More»

Drain Field And Septic System Problems: 3 Issues That Can Cause Tank Failure

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The failure of your tank is often related to problems with the drain field. It may be due to problems like collapsed lines, failing distribution box or solids getting in the drain field. No matter what the problem is, repairs will be needed to prevent these problems from reaching the tank and plumbing in your home. Here are some of the issues with drain fields that lead to tank failure and plumbing problems: Read More»

Got A Room Above Your Garage? Why A Heat Pump Is The Economical Heating Choice

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If you have a “mother-in-law room” above your garage, you will need some way to keep it warm or cool when guests drop by. Since you do not need or want to warm or cool this room all the time, you need some options that work better, are less expensive, and more cost effective. You Could Use Portable Heaters and Air Conditioners, But… A portable heater consists of a small radiating heat unit that runs on gas or oil. Read More»

Porta Potty Use Tips That Eliminate Smells At Wedding Receptions

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Outdoor wedding receptions are a great way to celebrate this wonderful union, and renting porta potties for this experience is often crucial to ensure there are bathroom facilities for your guests. However, without properly maintaining them, they can start to smell or be more difficult to use. Thankfully, it is fairly easy to keep porta potties smelling great and to make them easier to use. Follow these tips: Rent Multiple Units Read More»

What Factors a Professional Looks at When Determining If You Should Repair or Replace Your Furnace

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If your furnace is not heating your home, you may grab your phone and call in a heating repair company to help. However, not all repairs are worth making. In some cases, the specialist may recommend that you replace your unit, rather than repair it. This may leave you wondering how they determine whether you should repair or replace a furnace. Here are a few of the factors that they look at. Read More»