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...

Cooling System Keeps Shutting Down? Clean The Fins On Your Condenser Coil

If your cooling system cuts off prematurely, it may be time to clean the outdoor unit's condenser fins. Outdoor units can attract leaves, dirt, and other debris over time. Many of these things clog up the condenser coil's fins, which causes the unit to shut down before it cools your home. If you clean the fins, you may be able to prevent these issues. Here's how you clean the condenser coil's aluminum fins.   Read More...

How To Keep Your Water Dispenser Clean

A water dispenser is a great way to get a fresh supply of drinking water that tastes great. Make sure that your water from your water dispenser is clean as well by cleaning your water cooler each time you switch out an empty water bottle. #1 Unplug The Cooler Since you can't really turn a cold and hot water dispenser on and off, you need to unplug it to power it down.   Read More...

Cleaning Out Your Sewer Main Line

If something seems wrong with the sewer lines in your facility because backup is occurring or people are reporting dirty water or horrible odors, you may suspect a major problem. Things may not improve even after after plunging drains or attempting drain cleaning liquids to solve the issue. In that case, there's a rather good chance that the problem is located somewhere along your main line. The sewer main is not always reachable from inside the facility, so expert plumbers are needed.   Read More...

Tree Roots And Sewer Pipe Damage: Take Steps To Keep Your Plumbing Safe

If you're concerned about keeping your home's plumbing safe and healthy, you might place your fats, oils, and grease into a container instead wash them down your sink. You may even tell your children to monitor what they flush down your toilet. But if you don't keep an eye out on the tree roots in your yard, they could damage your sewer line. You can prevent tree roots from destroying your sewer line and plumbing system with the essential information and tips listed below.   Read More...