What Shouldn'T Be Put Down The Drain


The debate over what you can safely put down the drain continues and partly depends on what type of system you have. Septic systems require more care than municipal systems do, but  you still need to be careful, both to prevent plumbing problems and to lessen contamination of the water supply. Clogs Your most immediate concern may be to avoid clogging up your pipes, which often leads to an emergency call to the plumber.

12 July 2016

Everything You Need To Know About Having Hard Water


There are two types of water: soft and hard. Water that runs over limestone becomes soft, but this is only available in certain parts of the world. You will most likely have hard water, and you need to know how it affects you and what you can do to remove the side effects. Spotting Hard Water You'll know if you have hard water in a number of ways. The first is your location, mainly if your water source cannot run over limestone.

3 May 2016

Keys To A Healthy Sediment Tank


If you have a home septic tank system, it's important to check the efficiency of your system regularly. Here are some of the steps to take when maintaining your septic tank plumbing system.    Check the Pipes and Connections The frequency of your septic tank maintenance will depend on how much water you use in your household. More people equal more water usage, which will cause the tank to get full quickly.

4 February 2016