Say No to Chemical Drain Cleaners

Blocked drains are never pleasant to be around. Apart from the fact that they can produce seriously offensive odours, they can make it impossible to enjoy the convenience of having a well-functioning drainage system. A large number of homeowners turn to chemical drain cleaners as a solution for clearing their blocked drains. While there is nothing particularly wrong about this, it is important that you understand the not-so-good side of using chemical cleaners for clearing blocked drains. Read More 

4 Clear Signs You Need to Call in a Water Heater Repair Service

A properly functioning water heater is essential in managing your hot water needs. However, you may not immediately notice a deteriorating water heater until you wake up in the morning to an ice-cold shower. Your water heater is always running, and it's no surprise that at some point, it's bound to break down due to stress. You'll need to call in a water heater repair service if you notice these four signs: Read More 

Septic System Maintenance: Tips for Property Managers

Septic systems are indispensable when it comes to the efficient management of wastewater. However, they are usually quite costly to repair or replace. For this reason, regular maintenance is essential to ensure your septic tank system functions correctly. If you are a property manager, the maintenance of plumbing systems such as the septic tank is your responsibility. And here's what you can do to when it comes to the maintenance of your property's septic tank. Read More 

The Three Most Important Factors In Your Bathroom Wastes

Wastes are a very important part of any bathroom. From the shower to the bath and even the sink wastes are found all over the bathroom. There are also many different types of wastes. The ones in your sink and bath are probably pop-up wastes that can be closed with a simple push mechanism. The ones on the floor of your shower are likely simple grate wastes. Whatever the type of waste you currently have, there are a few important factors you need to consider as you decide what will be best for your home. Read More 

Hot Water System Insulation

It is a known fact that a large portion of the electrical energy consumed in the residential setting goes towards water heating. By virtue of being one of the highest consumers of energy, the residential hot water system is also one of the greatest contributors to energy loss in residential buildings. In order to protect the hot water system against energy loss, adding insulation to various components of the hot water system is essential. Read More