Tips For Dealing With Poor Water Pressure

Have you noticed that the water coming out of your faucets is lacking the pressure that it once had? If so, you'll likely want to figure out how to fix the problem and restore the water pressure to how it once was. Here are some things you could try to fix water pressure issues throughout your home. Bathroom and Kitchen Faucets Water pressure can be affected by the type of faucet that that water is coming out of. Read More 

3 Common Reasons Sewer Lateral Lines Are Found Non-Compliant

It doesn't matter if you live in a home that is part of an HOA, on a private lot in a rural community, or somewhere else, lateral line compliance will almost always be a concern to you as a homeowner. The problem is, there is a lot of confusion regarding lateral line compliance and what is allowed and what is not. This is exactly why a lot of homeowners are found to be non-compliant during an inspection. Read More 

Portable Toilets And Your Outdoor Wedding: 3 Must-Have Features

Everyone needs to answer the call of nature, especially when food and drinks are being consumed. While finding a restroom isn't a problem in an urban setting, it might be more challenging for the guests of your outdoor wedding to find adequate restroom facilities. Renting portable toilets can be a great solution when it comes to your restroom needs. There are some key features that you should be looking for to ensure that the portable toilets you rent enhance your wedding, not detract from the beauty of the event. Read More 

How A New Water Heater Can Help You Enjoy Your Baths More

When you go to take a bath, you want to know it is going to be a nice, relaxing one that you can enjoy. If you have an old water heater or one that keeps giving you issues, however, you may not have that luxury. If so, you should consider replacing that old water heater with a new one. Here ae some of the different ways a new water heater can help you to enjoy your bath more: Read More 

3 Questions To Ask Before Having Your Basement Waterproofed

If your home's basement has moisture problems, it may be time to call a waterproofing contractor to address the issue. It's important to understand that no level of moisture getting into your basement is "normal", and these are generally not problems that will resolve themselves over time. As you begin consulting with waterproofing contractors in your area, there are a few important questions you should ask to get a better feel for which one most deserves your business. Read More