Insight To Help You Clean Up After And Repair A Clogged Sewer Line And Sewage Back-Up

23 February 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The events resulting from a sewer line clog are never good: basement drains backing up, toilet overflowing, and sink drain lines clogged. However, the damage that is caused by a sewer line failure comes second to remedying the problem causing the sewer line failure. Here is some insight to help you deal with sewer clean-up and repairing your main line for continued use. Clear the Line Most sewer blockages can be removed with the use of a chemical drain cleaner or a sewer line auger or sewer snake. Read More 

Why You Should Choose Vinyl Siding For Your New Home

10 January 2018
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

The siding that is placed on the exterior portions of a home has a two-fold purpose. It's designed to protect the foundation from being exposed to sunlight and rain so that it won't start to deteriorate prematurely. In addition, good siding spruces up the way a house looks, enhancing the appearance and curb appeal of the property. When you're building a new house and want to choose siding that makes good on both of these aims, vinyl should be at the top of your list. Read More 

3 Reasons Why A Captive Air Pressurized Tank Is An Excellent Option

1 December 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

If you are looking for a pressure tank to use, then you a have a couple different options to look into. One option to consider is a captive air pressurized tank. As the name states, this tank has captive air inside of it that works to pressurize the water. Here are three reasons why a captive pressurized tank is an excellent option.  Keep Water And Air Separate  Some of the other kinds of pressure tanks have the water and air in the same container. Read More 

Ready To Hear The Hard Facts? 4 Signs You Have Hard Water

1 November 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Owning a home is challenging at times. Not only will you need to ensure the exterior looks appealing, but you must also maintain the interior and the different systems of your house. Unfortunately, most homeowners do not place much time or energy into understanding their plumbing even though it is an imperative part of bringing water into the house. Considering over 60 percent of the water you consume is groundwater, you and your family may be ingesting sediment or even harmful toxins. Read More 

Reasons To Choose A Submersible Pump For Your New Well

25 September 2017
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

When you're installing a new well on your property, one of the things you'll have to do is decide what kind of pump you want in the system. You can install a traditional jet pump or you may opt for a submersible water pump. Before you make the decision, here are a few reasons why you might find that a submersible water pump is the best option. Water Depth While other well pumps are designed for shallow water or crafted to mount above the water line, submersible water pumps are ideal for a well of any depth. Read More