Backing and slow-moving drains are often a result of tough clogs. Whatever preventive measures you take, your drains are prone to developing clogs over time because of everything that goes inside them—from toilet paper and food debris to soap scum and sometimes even kids’ toys.
Most homeowners rely on their dishwashers to do all the dirty work and it can be heart wrenching when the system breaks down or begins to malfunction.
Clogged drains are one of the most common plumbing issues faced by homes in the United States, leading to over $212 million being spent each year on drain cleaning products.
With so many essential parts to home maintenance like HVAC, water heater, flooring, carpet cleaning, and more to take care of, keeping up with drain maintenance tends to take a backseat.
For most Americans, the winter holidays are as busy as they are festive. With the barrage of guests coming over to your house and the mounds of food you’ll be preparing for them, your plumbing and sewer systems can suffer big time.
Holiday season is officially underway and getting your home holiday-ready is at the top of everyone’s to-do list. Most people would think that simply means cleaning the house and getting up the decorations, but there’s something you’re forgetting—your drains.
Hydrostatic testing is a crucial part of checking for leaks in your plumbing. No plumbing service would ever begin a job without running a thorough hydrostatic checkup, which will effectively tell them if there are any leaks in the piping.
Plumbing is one of the key aspects of structurally sound construction. Where roofing and flooring ensure your safety and quality of life, plumbing is integral to a running supply of clean water.
Leaky pipes are one of the leading causes for electrical problems across both residential and commercial properties. Statistics indicate that 51,000 cases of electrical fires were reported in the previous year—accounting for 500 death, 1400 injuries and $1.3 billion dollars worth of damages.