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Septic System Troubleshooting Steps

If you are a homeowner with a septic system, regular maintenance is essential for extending the lifespan of your system. Occasionally, an alarm will sound and it’s important that you understand what a septic alarm means and how to check for the cause of an engaged...

Small Fixes to Reduce Your Water Bill

The United States Geological Survey states that the average person will use between 80-100 gallons of water per day, with the largest portion of water being used when we flush toilets and take showers. If you notice your water bill increasing but haven’t changed your...

Is it Time to Replace Your Well Pump?

If your home draws water from a well, you have the advantage of not paying municipal water prices but you incur the responsibility of maintaining the equipment that runs the water into your home. Understanding the proper function of your well pump can ensure necessary...

What is a sump pump?

While home shopping, you may come across homes that feature a sump pump, or a battery back-up sump pump. If you’re unfamiliar with these, or your previous homes haven’t had one, it’s important to know what their purpose is and how they can benefit your home. A sump...

The Consequences of Roots

During the spring, we receive a lot of calls for backed up drains and roots in pipes. According to the Davey Tree Institute, tree root growth slows around 36 degrees Fahrenheit, and when it’s freezing, root growth pauses until the soil warms again. Roots damage pipes...