Taking Care of Your Pipes

Written by Dionne. Posted in Drilling a water well, How does septic tank work, Plumbing leak detection

Plumbing leak detection

The quality of your water is almost as important as having a roof over your head and food on your table. Healthy, reliable drinking water is a necessity of modern life — and therefore, so is fast, reliable plumbing services at every stage in the life of your system, from installation to maintenance to repairs or overhauls.

From the Ground Up
If you’re building a new home and having brand new septic and plumbing systems installed, be sure you have professionals on-hand to either give you advice or to simply do the work for you. There may be several online DIY videos for drilling a water well, but A) drilling a water well is not as easy as some would have you think, and B) no amount of YouTub

Two Ways to Maintain and Repair Your Plumbing

Written by Dionne. Posted in Drilling a water well, Hot water heater installation, Septic system installation

Septic system installation

Did you know that the average cost to repair a clogged drain is $248? The last thing you want is for your plumbing to malfunction, as this can lead to costly and dangerous problems, such as clogs, backups, and flooding. Fortunately, there are two effective approaches to ensure that your plumbing works properly at all times, and both are beneficial in their own ways.

1. Do it yourself. If you choose to perform plumbing maintenance or repairs on your own, one of the most important things to do is learn about your septic tank. But how do septic tanks work? A septic tank is designed to hold 1,000-4,000 gallons of waste, and it is connected to every toilet, sink, and bathtub in your house. However, working with septic tanks is often dangerous because they are filled with harmful gasses and bacteria. S