Is A Foul Odor Wafting Through Your New Mobile Home? Check For These 3 Causes Of Septic System Odors

Your new mobile home should be a relaxing oasis that you return to at the end of a long day. While you do your best to create a clean and comfortable environment indoors, you've recently noticed that a foul odor still persists. While some septic system odors are a normal part of the biological decomposition process, you should never smell them inside of your mobile home. Instead, foul indoor odors are typically a warning sign that one of these three problems needs attention to restore the proper functioning of the system. Read More 

6 Common Bad Habits Home Owners Have That Could Lead To Plumbing Damage

Experienced plumbers know that homeowners are often the cause of their own plumbing dilemmas. Homeowner behavior can also worsen pre-existing plumbing problems. As a homeowner, you need to avoid common mistakes around the house that increase the chances that you'll have to deal with plumbing malfunctions. The following are six common bad habits homeowners have that could lead to damaged plumbing. 1. Using the toilet to throw things away It's always important to have a trash can in the bathroom and to use it to dispose of waste. Read More 

3 Keys To Finding The Perfect Residential Plumbing Contractor

When there's a problem with your plumbing, it's sometimes best to leave the repair up to a professional contractor. This is particularly true when the plumbing issue is severe, such as a leaking pipe. To ensure your plumbing is in good hands, though, you'll want to keep these tips in mind when looking for one of these professionals.  Get Customer Referrals  Sometimes the best place to start when searching for a plumbing contractor is with your family, friends, and neighbors. Read More 

3 Common Reasons Why Your Faucets May Be Leaking

A leaking faucet can be a real annoyance. Not only can the constant dripping be an irritating sound, the water loss can add up significantly over time. This leads to wasted money, aggravation, and ultimately further damage that can be more expensive to repair. Before you dismiss that dripping faucet as no big deal or nothing to worry about, you should understand what can cause this type of leak and what you'll need to do to fix it. Read More 

Septic Tank Maintenance You Can Do On Your Own

When it comes to maintaining a septic tank, homeowners are well aware of the need to regularly have the tank pumped. However, there are other things that can be done to maintain the tank. The things you do in your home greatly affect the septic tank, which is why it will help to manage how you use water and be careful of what you put down the drains. Water Management Read More