Copper and iron are the most common traditional plumbing materials. As the plumbing industry innovates, evolves, and improves, PEX is becoming the leading pipe material to use. There have been similar materials in the past, but PEX has outperformed them all in several...
Do I need a sump pump? What is a sump pump? These are all common questions, and we’ll answer them all in today’s post. Read on to learn more.
Everyone needs a good plumber on hand. So, today, we’re going to talk you through the steps on how to find a good plumber.
A broken sewer line is a serious issue. You might wonder: how do I tell if my sewer line is broken? Well, we’ve got some signs to look for.
We all shed hair and get clogged shower drains every now and then. Today, we’ll show you how to unclog a shower drain the right way.
In today’s post, we’ll show you how to replace a shower head. Replacing a shower head is one of the fastest ways to improve your bathroom.
In today’s post, we’re going to talk about septic tanks and why it’s important to get a septic inspection. How often? How much is it? Read on to learn more.
When you hire an unlicensed plumber, just remember: you get what you pay for. Read on to learn why you should never hire an unlicensed plumber.
Has your toilet been running nonstop? Not only is this annoying, but it wastes water, too. Read more to learn how to fix a running toilet today.
Replacing a showerhead is one of the most simple things to update, and it can make a big difference. Check out our pick for the best showerhead for 2021.
When was indoor plumbing invented? Modern plumbing in the United States started in New York City in 1842. Read to learn how we got where we are today.
Doing dishes isn't anyone's favorite chore. Do you often wonder if it would be quicker or easier with the help of a garbage disposal? After all, you don't have to constantly empty out a sink drain screen to stop the sink from clogging up when you have a garbage...