Keep Your Old Sewer Lines Clog Free With These Five Simple Tips

If you have an older home, one of the plumbing risks that you could run into is a clogged up sewer line. Here are a few tips that you can use to keep your old sewer line and septic tank clog free. #1 Change Out Any Clay Pipes The first thing that you should do is replace any clay pipes that are in your sewer systems. Clay pipes start to crumble as they get old and break down, destroying your sewer system in the process. [Read More]

4 Plumbing Upgrades Ideal For Kitchen Island Areas

A kitchen island often becomes the focal point of a kitchen. It's a great place to gather around, prepare meals, and even serve meals to guests. Instead of having to prepare, cook, and clean while facing a kitchen, an island can be upgraded to feature a number of different plumbing connections and features. By adding plumbing upgrades to your kitchen island, you can create a space that is easy to work with and helps improve the flow the kitchen. [Read More]

Frequently Asked Questions About Roof Hail Damage

Hail can be damaging to many parts of your home, including your roof. However, many homeowners are unaware of how hail can damage a roof, what the signs are that a roof has been damaged and what needs to be done to fix the problem. If you are a new homeowner, have never lived in an area with hail before, or simply don't know much about hail and your roof, here are a few frequently asked questions you may have about hail damage and roofs. [Read More]

How To Build And Use A Cable "Mouse" To Run Wiring Through A Flexible PVC Conduit

Using flexible PVC conduit to route electrical wiring to landscape lighting, sprinkler controls or other low-voltage applications is smart and simple. It's not only an affordable means of burying wiring, bu it also provides protection from corrosion and accidental damage. However, it can be tricky routing wiring through long stretches of flexible conduit, especially if the wire is thin. That's why using a cable "mouse" will help make the job much faster and less tedious. [Read More]