Getting Rid Of Toilet Odors

A properly functioning toilet should not emit foul-smelling gases. If your toilet smells like a sewer, take the following measures to get rid of the smells. Avoid Excess Water in the Toilet Sewer odors reaching the toilet can come from several different places. For example, it is even possible for odors from the septic system, if you use one, to back up to the toilet. Therefore, minimizing the production of foul odors in the septic system is one way of preventing your toilet from smelling. Read More 

4 Everyday Products You Must Avoid Putting Down Your Drains

Owning a home is stressful at times, but proper understanding and maintenance will ensure your investment is protected. As a homeowner, you probably already understand why mowing the lawn and cleaning your interior is, but focusing on your plumbing and septic should also be a priority. Over time, your drains will take a beating that can lead to clogs, underlying leaks, and serious and expensive issues with your septic system. Thankfully, you can protect your finances and your home's plumbing. Read More 

How To Keep Your Plumbing From Freezing And How To Thaw A Frozen Pipe

Winter can be a tough time for plumbing. All it takes is several hours of below freezing temperatures to cause pipes to freeze. If the temperature is lower than what your home is prepared for, then you could face a plumbing disaster once the frozen pipes thaw. Here are some tips for preventing freezing pipes and how to thaw them if they freeze. How To Keep Your Pipes From Freezing Read More 

3 Reasons To Choose A Restroom Trailer Vs. A Portable Toilet For Your Outdoor Wedding

If you are going to be hosting an outdoor wedding, you might be thinking about renting portable toilets for your guests to use. Even though you will obviously need to arrange for some type of restroom facilities for your guests on your big day, you might find that portable toilets are not actually the best option. Instead, you may want to look into renting a restroom trailer, which is typically larger and more like a regular bathroom. Read More 

Kid-Proofing Your Plumbing: A Guide For New Parents Or Grandparents

Safety may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to plumbing. To you as a mature adult, hot water or a toilet filled with water may be not be a threat at all. However, when you have kids, you do have to worry about the risks that your plumbing may pose to them. If you're a new parent -- or even a grandparent who will soon be having kids in your home -- make sure you follow these tips to kid-proof your plumbing. Read More