Bought A Home That Has A Sewer? 2 Tips To Keep It In Great Condition

If you just bought a new home and it has a sewer, you need to learn how to keep it in good condition. This is especially true if you have never had a sewer before. Taking care of it will reduce the problems you have with it and help the sewer last a long time for you. You will find two tips below on how you can get started:  Keep the Pipes Clean   Read More...

What Factors Affect The Price You Are Quoted For A Gas Line Installation

On average, it costs $497 to install or replace a new gas line in your home. But the cost can range from $120 to $1330 depending on several factors. If you are looking to have a new gas line installed or have your existing one replaced, you may wonder what factors affect the cost of your gas line installation, so you can determine where your job may fall in this range.   Read More...

3 Things To Consider When Renting Porta Potties For Outside Events

One glaring issue with hosting an event outside is figuring out where people are going to use the bathroom. Without existing bathrooms with working plumbing, porta potties are going to be the way to go. Renting porta potties requires more thought than picking an amount and having them shipped to your outside event location. There are some considerations that should go into selecting your porta potties. The Toilet's Holding Tank   Read More...

How To Avoid A Plumbing Disaster Caused By Visiting Holiday Guests

For most of the year, you are the only one living in your own home. You have more control over how things are done on a daily basis, which includes how you treat your home's plumbing. However, the holidays can bring guests to your home that do not treat your plumbing with the same amount of respect. Here are some tips for avoiding a plumbing disaster caused by your guests.   Read More...

3 Important Considerations For New Water Well Owners

Have you recently moved to a house that has a well instead of being hooked up to a city water system? Are you wondering if there is anything special you need to do to ensure that you continue to get water from the well? In general, most wells need very little in the way of maintenance and upkeep. But there are definitely still things you should keep in mind in order to be able to get the most out of your well.   Read More...