Cleaning A Clog From Your Washing Machine Drain Line And Prevention Tips

The drain line attached to your washing machine can clog over time and even smell. This is because there is a lot of lint and hair going down into that drain along with water and soap. All of these things can build up with usage from your washing machine. Don't wait until you're stuck with a clogged line. Some preventative maintenance can keep this from happening to you. Read on for preventative tips and what to do if you have a clog. Read More 

Avoid A Water Main Break During Your Home Renovation

Home renovations are massive undertakings. While the goal is to enhance and upgrade, sometimes the process also results in damage. Sometimes, water main breaks and home renovations go hand-in-hand, but this does not have to be the case in your situation. There are several things you can do to protect your water main no matter how massive of a home renovation you are taking on; here are some of them. Read More 

3 Ways To Find A Leaky Pipe

When you notice that your water bill is higher than you expect it to be, you probably want to figure out what the problem is. Once you make sure none of the faucets are leaking and that there isn't a mysterious water gremlin siphoning out your water, it's time to figure things out. There are a lot of ways that you can do that. The easiest way to do that is for you to get a plumber to come out and help you. Read More 

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