The Importance of Water Usage Monitoring and Conservation

September 23, 2018 Published by Leave your thoughts

Water is everywhere. It covers over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface. It also makes up around 60 percent of our bodies. Most of us have likely never struggled to access clean drinking water or have had a shortage of water to bathe in or use for household chores. If we did, the shortage was probably brief. To many, water appears to be a resource in endless supply. However, not all of the water on Earth is drinkable or safe for human use, because it is filled with salt or contaminated with feces or chemicals. Water scarcity is a problem... View Article

What to Do When Your Drains Are Clogged

September 7, 2018 Published by Leave your thoughts

Most homeowners have experienced the stress and frustration of a clogged drain. Whether it’s a temporary issue that’s caused by an easy-to-remove obstruction or a problem deep in your system that has to be professionally addressed, clogged drains can be inconvenient and may even cause water damage in your home. You never know when a plumbing problem might arise, so it’s wise to have a plan in the event that you end up with a clogged drain. Following a few basic steps can help you clear the clog and get your drains working again. For stubborn clogs, you’ll likely need... View Article