How To Install A New Toilet

Posted on: 16 August 2017

Whether your old toilet is leaking, uses too much water, or is outdated, you can replace that old toilet and install a new one yourself. This is a fairly simple job, but it may require an extra pair of hands to help you carry the toilet and guide it in it's place. See below for instructions on how to install a new toilet. Tools And Materials For The Job: New toilet Crescent wrench Wax ring Level New water supply line Towels Screwdriver Bucket Instructions: [Read More]

Three Keys To Commercial Plumbing Maintenance

Posted on: 7 August 2017

In order to give your business the best plumbing service, you'll need to take advantage of some maintenance and repair strategies that will serve you. Commercial plumbing contractors will give you the helping hand that you need for your water systems to thrive. By following the tips in this article, you'll have a shot at getting the most out of your utilities and the value of your office building: #1: Focus on the drains [Read More]

Tips For Choosing A Hot Tub

Posted on: 7 April 2017

If you want to make your backyard a nice place to hang out during good weather, you might be considering the installation of a hot tub. This is great because it will allow the members of your family and their friends to destress, which will make everyone happier. However, getting a hot tub is a huge investment of time and money. You probably want to make sure that you are getting the best hot tub possible for your situation. [Read More]

2 Methods to Help Keep Your Home's Sewer Line Free of Clogs

Posted on: 31 March 2017

Keeping the home's drains and waste water pipes flowing freely is important for many busy households. There are several reasons your home plumbing can become clogged; some of them require the services of a professional plumber, and others you can handle on your own. Here are two methods you can use to help keep your home's sewer lines clear of clogs. Invading Tree Roots Larger trees planted in your yard can cause problems with some types of older sewer lines when the tree roots begin growing inside the sewer line. [Read More]