Water conservation is important both for the environment and for your home budget. Considering that one of the main uses of water inside a home is the toilet (it can account for almost 30% of all indoor water consumption), one of the best methods to conserve water in your house is to have a low flow toilet installed.
No one wants to have to replace the drains in their kitchen or bathroom. It can be messy, smelly, occasionally time consuming, and costly. What can actually be done to prevent this from happening, though? Read on to discover how you can prevent the need for drain replacement.
The garbage disposal is one of those modern conveniences that makes your life a lot easier. It lessens the amount of garbage you have to deal with, helps your kitchen drainage system run more smoothly, and in general saves you a lot of headaches.
Drain clogs can leave you with a big mess right when you need to use your sink or shower the most. Keep clogs away by scheduling professional drain cleaning at the first sign of blockage, or as part of regular plumbing maintenance every year.
Our temperatures have been steadily cooling, so even if you haven’t yet turned on your heating system, you will soon. But is your heating system really ready for another winter of work? One of the best ways to ensure that your heating system is ready for the cold weather...