At-Home Remedies For A Clogged Bathtub Drain

If you have a slow or clogged drain in your bathtub, you don't necessarily need to call a plumber to clear the clog. Instead, you should first try to clean the drain on your own. Often, you can use at-home remedies to clear the drain and save yourself the cost of calling a plumber. At least you can assure yourself that you did everything you could do on your own so that you feel justified in calling a plumber. Read More 

3 Must-Haves For Every Construction Site

If you are a construction contractor or own a construction company, you know there are some things that are absolutely necessary to get the job done. The right tools and equipment, wearing the right clothes, safety gear, and mandatory signs are all a given. Here are three more must-haves for every construction site. Portable Toilets Since your construction crew is building something new, chances are there is going to be very limited access to a bathroom. Read More 

Repiping A House: 3 Things To Know

The plumbing in a house plays a vital role, but it can also be a source of problems if it is worn-out, leaky, and old. If you live in an older house and have encountered a lot of issues with your plumbing, repiping your home might be a good repair to make. Here are three things you should know about repiping a home that can help you decide if you should do this. Read More 

Secret Plumbing Services: Uncovering Hidden Plumbing In Your Home

Most people buy a home assuming that it has its own quirks and curiosities, especially when the home is over seventy years old. However, most people are quite surprised to learn that there are some secrets in their house that only come to light when they remodel or have a problem. Plumbing surprises are the biggest secrets of all. Here is how a visit from a plumber on a service call will reveal the hidden plumbing in your home. Read More 

Tank Or No Tank: Which Option Should You Choose For Your Home?

When you think of a water heater, chances are the first mental image that pops up is that of a traditional water heater with its unmistakable metal tank. While traditional water heaters remain a mainstay among many households, tankless water heaters have become a popular alternative. Both types have their own unique benefits and drawbacks, which could make choosing between the two a bit confusing for the average consumer. You can use the following guide to figure out which water heater represents the best fit for your everyday needs. Read More