Plumbing Repairs to Never Manage On Your Own

You don't need a plumber for every minor plumbing repair in the home; most homeowners can unclog a kitchen sink or toilet on their own without issue or even replace a washer in a dripping faucet just as easily. However, there are some plumbing repairs that no homeowner should try to manage on their own simply because they can be more complicated or dangerous than you realize. Note a few of those repairs here, so you know when and why to call a plumber in such cases. [Read More]

Prevent a Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak at Your Nursing Home with This Simple Checklist

Many people aren't aware that legionella, the dangerous bacteria responsible for the potentially fatal Legionnaire's disease, exists in most large buildings. While most people are at a low risk of contracting severe Legionnaire's disease, those in nursing homes may have a much higher chance. Among those who could be fatally infected are people over 50, people with weak immune systems (including cancer sufferers), people with underlying medical conditions like diabetes, and people who used to smoke heavily. [Read More]

Plumbing 101: What You Should Never Flush Down the Toilet

If you have been struggling with your plumbing system, particularly with your toilet, it might be due to putting items down the toilet that are not permitted. Some items might seem harmless to the toilet, especially when they flush with no issues, but they often create problems in the plumbing pipes that become major issues later on. Here are some things to make sure you never flush down the toilet. [Read More]

Guide to the Latest Drainage Systems for Your Car Wash Business

When it's time to upgrade your car wash business or if you are planning to open a new shop, choosing a heavy duty drainage system needs to be a number one priority. After all, significant quantities of water run through the shop on a daily basis. A well-designed system will save time and money. More importantly, it will ensure that your customers and staff stay safe. This guide will give you some important tips about a recently introduced drainage system that is especially suited for your car wash business. [Read More]