Sewer Line Inspection: What Is It And Why Do You Need It?

Posted on: 6 March 2017

The sewer line that runs from your home to the city system or to your septic system can be the source of problems in older homes. When you buy a home, especially an older one, along with a home inspection, you should hire a plumber for a sewer line inspection as well. While often overlooked, a damaged or blocked sewer line can be very expensive to repair or replace. A Sewer Line Inspection [Read More]

Understanding Water Heater Leaks That Can Be Repaired by a Plumber

Posted on: 3 March 2017

If you have an electric water heater in your home and notice a pool of water under the appliance, then you may be concerned about water leaks. This is a serious concern, because the appliance will need to be replaced if a hole forms in the tank itself. However, this does not need to happen if water is leaking from somewhere else on the tank. There are several places where leaks can occur that require repairs made by a plumbing services professional. [Read More]

5 Important Factors To Keep In Mind When Renting Portable Toilets For An Event

Posted on: 1 March 2017

Are you planning an event and will need to rent portable toilets? If so, there are a few things you should keep in mind to ensure that your event goes smoothly and is a positive experience for guests.  Type of Toilets You may be under the impression that single unit portable toilets are the only option available. However, there are luxury portable restrooms that have multiple stalls. These options also can be set up with running water, lights, and other conveniences for guests. [Read More]

3 Things You Need To Do To Ensure That Your Steam Boiler Works As Effectively As Possible

Posted on: 13 February 2017

If you want to keep your heating costs down for the remainder of the winter time, here are three things that you can do to ensure that your steam boiler works as effectively as possible while keeping your energy costs within reason. #1 Keep Your Boiler Water Clean To start with, you need to make sure that you keep the water that is inside of your boiler clean. If your water has impurities or oils in it, this will result in the creation of wet steam, which is not ideal as it doesn't make as much heat as dry steam. [Read More]