Every sink, toilet, and drain in your home connect to your sewer line. When there’s a problem with this critical length of pipe, you’ll feel it throughout your home. How can you tell it’s time for sewer leak repair? Marvin noticed his laundry wasn’t draining right, the kitchen side of the house it was backing […]
Time heals all wounds, unless it’s a plumbing wound. Then time is not your friend. “I can’t walk into my home and be afraid to do the laundry, “ says Sandra, a homeowner with reason to be concerned. “I can’t walk into my home and be afraid to flush the toilet. This way […]
Find out how you can help All Hands Volunteers The worst of times bring out the best in people. As waters receded disaster relief volunteers flooded into Houston. Because, one of the world’s leading volunteer organizations, All Hands Volunteers, led the charge. Over the last ten years, over 35,000 All Hands Volunteers have donated 175,000 […]
There’s no underestimating the importance of your home’s siding. Aside from being the face of your home, siding protects it from weather extremes. Siding can also make your home more energy efficient. Of course, getting all these benefits and more from replacement siding assumes you have it properly installed. Replacement siding protects As it […]
Your drain line is the oldest part of your home. It was installed before the slab was poured and the house framed. From the day you move in your drain line drinks up every drop of water and waste your family produces. That’s why a clog isn’t just a drain line problem, it’s an emergency.
Since most roof leaks happen in predictable locations, preventing them means focusing in these three places. Learn where and what to watch for and one simple step to prevent repair issues in the future.