3 Safety Sensors That Can Stop Your Heater

Your furnace relies on various sensors just like your vehicle, but it's often more than a minor inconvenience when one fails. Your furnace's sensors help it to operate safely and reliably, so a failed sensor will typically cause your furnace to stop working altogether. Fortunately, furnace sensor failures do have one thing in common with their automotive counterparts: they're usually relatively inexpensive to repair. If your furnace has stopped functioning or it's behaving erratically, it may be due to one of these three sensors. Read More 

Your Old Septic Tank Might Need To Have A Baffle Repaired, Unclogged, Or Replaced At Some Point

A concrete septic tank is durable and can last for several years without the need for many repairs. One problem that might develop with the tank is when one of the baffles goes bad. Here's a look at the purpose of septic tank baffles, signs a baffle could be bad, and what a septic tank repair company might do about the problem. Why Your Septic Tank Has Baffles The purpose of a baffle in a septic tank is to keep solids from getting in the drainfield where they could cause expensive damage. Read More 

Answers to Questions About Hydrojetting

Backed up sewer lines and clogged house drains aren't just inconvenient—they can also lead to major damages in and around your home. Hydro jetting provides one way to help avoid drain issues. When Is Hydro Jetting Necessary? When a drain backs up, most people first try to clear it themselves with a plunger or drain cleaner. When this fails, the plumber is called in to use an auger to snake out the drain. Read More 

Times When You May Want A Tankless Water Heater Instead Of A Tank System

If you need to get a water heater, the one that you choose will be important. Go with one that's too small and you can end up running out of water mid-shower. Go with one that's too large and you can see your energy bill rise substantially. In some cases, a tankless water heater can be a great choice, and here are some examples of households that would do exceptionally well by having a tankless one installed:  Read More 

Can You Replace Your Own Pipes?

If your home is more than 50 years old or you have PVC piping in your house, you've probably thought about having those pipes replaced. Whether that means having a few sections of your house replaced or having whole-house pipe replacement performed, it's a much bigger job than most homeowners realize, although not impossible if you have the right tools and training. Nevertheless, you should take into account the factors below to see if it's a task that you're willing to undertake. Read More