Sewer gases are not only bothersome but also very toxic and can affect the health of employees. The last thing you’d want is unpleasant odors in your commercial building due to a poor sewerage system. Unpleasant odors can cost a business its customer loyalty, money and reputation. Therefore, it’s critical to take the necessary actions […]
The US plumbing industry is currently valued at $106bn. The billion-dollar industry serves both residential and commercial clients to keep their plumbing in check. It’s particularly crucial for the latter. Ensuring good plumbing prevents time-consuming disruptions and helps maintain smooth business operations.
Despite being designed to endure hot temperatures, your water heater deals with some temperature ranges better than others. That doesn’t necessarily mean you should set your water heater’s temperature to these ranges.
Your home’s water heater is probably second to only your air-conditioner in energy consumption. An ill-maintained or old water heater could raise your bill. Alternatively, the problem could be in the kind of water heater you use. If you want to cut your bill, it may be time to replace your water heater. However, before […]
Your home’s plumbing is operational all day long. With water flowing continuously through the pipes, they can get worn out over time. Moreover, several other elements, such as the weather, also affect your home’s pipes! You can’t stop the wear and tear, but there are steps you can take to slow the process down. Here […]
As offices and commercial offices reopen post-COVID-19 lockdown, they will have to remodel their interior spaces to create a safe working environment. And while it may be possible to make the main workspace safe, public bathrooms will prove to be more difficult. Public bathrooms have always been a significant cause for concern for germophobes, but […]
If you’ve previously never encountered a gas leak, chances are you may not be sure what to do. Gas leaks are a serious problem, and pose a significant risk to you and your property.
A gas leak occurs when there’s some fault in an appliance that uses gas or a gas line. If there’s a crack in a gas line or an improperly fastened connection between an appliance and gas line, gas will leak.
Sewer repairs get everyone groaning, but they don’t have to anymore. The new ‘no-dig’ repair technology has made getting sewers repaired much easier for homeowners.
Have you noticed water backing up while you’ve got the tap on? That’s a telltale sign of a clogged drain. You may be tempted to reach for the chemical cleaner you’ve bought or use Google to find DIY repair methods the moment you see one.