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Category: Drains

Do’s and Don’ts of Using a Plunger

Do’s and Don'ts of Using a Plunger The plunger is a cheap and effective tool found in almost every home. Plungers are relatively self-explanatory to use, but to the inexperienced, they may seem foreign. There are three most basic types of plungers, which people typically...

How to Prepare for Severe Texas Weather

How to Prepare for Severe Texas Weather Severe weather is a part of life that many north Texans have become accustomed to. As a North Texas homeowner, you can expect hail, tornados, and heavy storms throughout most of the summer, and they often come with...

Warning Signs of a Sewer Line Clog

Warning Signs of a Sewer Line Clog They're some of the least subtle issues you could have in your home. Unfortunately, it's easy to overlook signs of sewer clogs as common plumbing problems. Toilets clog all the time, right? Hopefully not, but we’ve got some...

Why DIY Plumbing Repairs Are a Bad Idea

Why DIY Plumbing Repairs Are a Bad Idea Any experience with water damage gives homeowners a solid idea of why DIY plumbing repairs can be more costly than cost-effective. The slightest mistake could ruin your floors or furniture. No matter how easy the tutorials and...

Are You Planning a Remodel? Don’t Neglect Your Plumbing!

Are You Planning a Remodel? Don't Neglect Your Plumbing! Remodeling can be an exciting, challenging, and rewarding project. After months of hard work, you get to look at the space before you and feel ultimate satisfaction, knowing you accomplished an incredible task. A home, kitchen,...

How to Clear a Clogged Washing Machine

How to Clear a Clogged Washing Machine We have important news for you: your washing machine can get clogged! It's weird thinking about your washing machine as a finicky appliance like your drains or faucets, but in reality, it requires the same amount of upkeep...

The Drain Cleaning Benefits of Hydro Jetting

The Drain Cleaning Benefits of Hydro Jetting There are few plumbing problems worse than seeing your toilet water rise instead of drain after you flush. It could be a simple plunger fix, but if this is happening in more than one toilet, it’s likely a...

Is Your Relaxing Bath Bomb Clogging Your Drains?

Is Your Relaxing Bath Bomb Clogging Your Drains? Our plumbers love a good bath as much as the next homeowner, but we don't want your stress-free night to turn into a total drain catastrophe. Bath bombs are hugely popular for stay-at-home spa nights. It's a...

Silent Signs Your Home Has a Plumbing Issue

Silent Signs Your Home Has a Plumbing Issue Plumbing issues can creep up on any homeowner, especially if general maintenance has been neglected. You might notice a giant water stain immediately, but other critical signs are harder to notice. It’s more difficult to point out...

Sewer Damage: Top Causes & Prevention

Sewer Damage: Top Causes & Prevention   Homeowners rarely think that sewage backups can happen to them. In reality, as our home and city’s sewage system ages, these unfortunate disasters are more likely to occur with every passing year. If you haven’t had the pleasure…

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