What Not to Put Down Your Kitchen Sink

One of the most important features of your kitchen is your sink, and ensuring it stays in working order is essential for creating a functioning kitchen. Although they may seem resilient, knowing what to avoid pouring down the drain can help keep your sink in top shape for longer. Food Debris Food debris, especially water-retaining […]

Preventing Summer Plumbing Issues

Many Americans are unaware that as summer comes, there may be some work to be done on their home’s plumbing to prevent issues. As summer is in full swing, backyard pool parties and barbecues are also becoming more frequent. With this comes extra foot traffic in the home and increased usage of your home’s plumbing. […]

Tips for Protecting Your Plumbing Throughout Winter and Spring

We’re all looking forward to spring, but there is still plenty of wintry weather ahead. These colder, wetter seasons can be rough on our plumbing systems, and the spring thaw can reveal unknown damage to frozen pipes. Your family likely spends more time indoors throughout the winter than any other season, and this can put […]

Common Food Items that Shouldn’t Go in Your Garbage Disposal

Your garbage disposal is a small but wonderful appliance that makes getting rid of food waste easier. While it may seem like it can handle it all, that unfortunately isn’t the case. To ensure the life of your disposal, and to avoid any unwanted smells or drain clogs, certain food items should never go down […]

Skilled Trades Are the Unsung Homeowner Hero’s

Plumbers are probably one of the most under-appreciated people in history. They can keep the pipes and drains of our house clean, and they do so with minimal use of harmful chemicals or drain cleaners that are harmful to the pipes. These people can solve any plumbing issue and are not afraid to get their […]