Quiet Your Toilet For A Better Night's Sleep

As convenient as having a bathroom share a wall with your bedroom is, it can be a disruptive element when it comes to overnight flushing. If the toilet flushing at night is disrupting your sleep, it's time to do something about it. Here, you'll find a couple ideas about what you can do to quiet the flush and avoid those nightly wake-ups. Seat Silence When you're half-asleep, it can be hard to remember to keep the seat quiet as you open and close it. [Read More]

Why A House Might Have A Foul Odor

Is there an unpleasant odor in your house that does not go away no matter how many air freshening products you try? The odor might stem from something in your house that requires attention from a professional. Several things can go wrong in a house that leads to foul odors developing, such as the plumbing system accumulating debris. You can get your house inspected to find out what the root cause of the odor is so the problem can be resolved. [Read More]

Improve Home Living—Hire a Plumber to Make These 3 Installations

When you have been living in your home for a while, you may be used to all the features. While you may be satisfied with the functionality of your house, you may also think about what you can do to improve home living for your family. If you are ready to make some changes, but you do not want to invest a large amount of money, you can take on a few plumbing projects. [Read More]

Special Issues With Cleaning Floor Drains In Your Basement And How To Address Them

In some older homes, there are floor drains in the basement floor. When a homeowner did not want to contend with a sump pump to keep a basement dry, a house was built with drains in the floor that connect to the house's plumbing. The drains collect the excess water in the basement and channel it out of the house to the city sewer system. While this is generally efficient, there are often problems with sewage back-flow, and/or clogs and messes in and around these drains. [Read More]