Keeping Those Drains On Point

Three Ways Ignoring Your Hard Water Problem Wastes Money

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Do you know that you have hard water? Are you ignoring the problem and avoiding installing a water softener, just like many other homeowners do? Well, here’s the bad news: ignoring a hard water problem is a waste of money and will likely cost you more in the long run than simply installing a whole-home water softener would. Here’s a look at three specific ways that ignoring your hard water wastes money. Read More»

Tips For Preventing Issues With Your Business's Toilets

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The toilets in your business will be subjected to intense usage over the course of a day. Unfortunately, toilet problems can be extremely disruptive for both your workers and customers. Furthermore, it can be possible for these issues to cause serious damage to the property. Yet, there are several steps that you will be able to use to help prevent your enterprise from experiencing toilet disruptions. Opt For High Capacity Toilets Read More»

8 Tips For Maintaining Your Sprinkler System

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Your sprinkler system needs regular maintenance to keep it properly functioning. Without regular inspections of the system, you could have a costly leak and not realize it. Here are several steps you can take to maintain your sprinkler system.  Clean the spray heads to remove dirt. Clogged spray heads are detrimental to the performance of the sprinkler. Remove each spray head by unscrewing it while the water is off. Once it is removed, rinse the spray head and filter with water. Read More»

Five Good Reasons To Use Hydro Excavating

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If you’re in the business of laying underground pipes, repairing such pipes, landscaping or setting poles, you know that there is a virtual city of utility pipes, communication wires and water mains underneath the surface of all but the most remote areas. Accessing the ground for such jobs without damaging the existing infrastructure can be tricky. That’s where hydro excavating can help. What is hydro excavating? Hydro excavating is a process where pressurized water and a high-powered vacuum are used to create a hole in the ground as opposed to the traditional method of digging with a backhoe or similar equipment. Read More»

Got A Septic Tank? Signs To Watch Out For That It Needs Your Attention

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A septic tank is important for your home, as it removes the waste water that comes from your home. You should know signs to watch out for that it needs your attention. Taking care of problems early will keep you from having to pay expensive repair bills. Follow the tips below so you know when you need to call a plumber or septic tank company to come to your home. Read More»