Hiring Plumber For Installation Needs

11 December 2019
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A complete home renovation often ends up with numerous plumbing projects needing to be taken care of, especially if you are adding rooms or rearranging toilets and sinks. Taking on such plumbing tasks on your own might save you money initially, but in the long run, it can lead to you having to spend a lot of money on repairs. For instance, if you happen to make a mistake when it comes to how plumbing lines are installed, problems can soon develop that leads to you needing to call a professional to make repairs. Read More 

Preventing A Range Of Serious Plumbing Issues

22 October 2019
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While plumbing maintenance may not be an enjoyable part of homeownership, it is one of the most important aspects for making sure that the house remains a comfortable place to live while also being free of damage. Clog Prevention Preventing clogs is a responsibility that every homeowner will have to meet. Failing to stop clogs from forming can be highly disruptive, and it can even lead to damage from water backing up and overflowing drains. Read More 

3 Signs You May Need To Replace Your Home’s Water Main Pipe

29 September 2019
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The water main is a large pipe that connects a home to its source of water, whether it is provided by a municipal source or a well. While water main pipes are designed to be very durable, that does not mean that they last forever. The time may come where it is necessary to hire a plumber to replace your home's water main pipe. The key is to recognize problems with your water main so you can have it replaced before major problems occur. Read More 

Tips To Help Keep Your Septic Tank In Good Shape

16 August 2019
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When you have a septic tank on your property, you will want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to keep it in good shape. After all, it can cost a lot of money to replace a septic tank with a new one. Some people find that they have to take out a personal loan or a second mortgage in order to cover the cost of purchasing a new tank and then having it professionally installed. Read More 

Porta-Potties In Residential Construction: How To Use Them Effectively And Comply With OSHA Regulations

24 June 2019
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Even if you're working in residential construction with a small crew, you'll need porta-potties on your construction site. Your workers still need someplace to go, and OSHA regulates access to sanitation—you'll need to ensure adequate toilet availability. You'll also need to keep your porta-potties functional and sanitary by cleaning them and emptying them at least once a week. If you work in residential construction, here's a guide to using a porta-potty for construction sites. Read More