Sewer Or Septic: Recommendations For System-Healthy Yard Vegetation And Necessary Repairs

You and your family depend upon a well-working septic or sewer system to maintain comfort and sanitation in your home. But when your sewer or septic system becomes damaged from the wrong type of yard vegetation, you need to repair and replace any damaged areas. Whether your home is installed with public sewer or has its own septic system, here are some recommendations to help you maintain your system with the right type of yard vegetation and tips to get professional assistance when you experience a problem. [Read More]

How To Fix A Clogged Toilet

Nothing is worse than flushing the toilet only to see the water rising rather than going down. Well, nothing, perhaps, than being somewhere other than your own home! Regardless of where you are, here's two ideas to get the toilet working again. Turn the Water Off Before you grab the plunger, quickly reach down and turn the water off at the valve. This will prevent water from continuing to fill the bowl and potentially overflowing onto the floor, making a big mess. [Read More]

How To Prevent Plumbing Issues In Your Public Restroom

A common frustration for business owners and property managers is managing the plumbing in the public restroom. Frequent clogs are messy, costly, and disgusting. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help minimize plumbing issues. The following tips will show you how you can, as the business owner, make it easier on yourself. Get Rid of the Towels Towels may be the most common method provided for drying hands after washing them, but they are also a common culprit in toilet and sink clogs. [Read More]

3 Key Steps For Preventing Costly Septic System Repairs

Septic tanks play an important home for rural properties, where access to extensive plumbing networks is limited. If your property has such a system, you'll want to perform these steps. They'll prevent costly repairs from occurring often.  Avoid Flushing Non-Biodegradable Items  What you flush down your toilets plays a huge role in avoiding costly septic tank repairs. More specifically, you need to avoid flushing items that are non-biodegradable. These items can't effectively break up in the septic tank and thus will cause overflowing to occur. [Read More]