By: Samantha Green No matter how hard you try to avoid it, hair is inevitably going to end up down your shower drain. Long hair, don’t care until you’re standing in a pool of water that just won’t drain. Or even worse, your shower drain begins backing up – talk about an [...]Read more 5 Ways To Clean Hair Out Of Your Shower Drain
Last week, our President, Kameron Hensley, was awarded Young Professional of the Year by the Little Miami River Alliance! We are so proud of the hard work he has put in to making this company what it is today. Oh, and don’t worry… he remembered to thank his Mom.Read more Young Professional of the Year Award Goes To…
By: Samantha Green While most are out snagging deals on Black Friday, it’s a plumber’s busiest day of the year. In fact, plumbing problems spike by 50 percent the day after Thanksgiving — and it’s no doubt why. Kitchens and bathrooms are the most frequently used rooms in a home on [...]Read more 5 Thanksgiving Plumbing Tips
In our society, it has become the norm to follow the “traditional” path to be considered successful. We’ve all heard it before, “go to high school, go to college, graduate and get a real job.” But, is college truly the only option after high school? By the [...]Read more Why Chose A Skilled Trade Career Path
Ahh, the garbage disposal. Who doesn’t love the therapeutic sound of food ground to bits? Your kitchen sink garbage disposal is essential for keeping your pipes clear of clogs, but how much do we really know about the little machine that lives under our sink? One thing is for certain, we [...]Read more Everything You Need to Know About Your Garbage Disposal
A tankless water heater is exactly what you think it is, a water heater minus the storage tank. Traditional 30 to 50 gallon water heaters consistently waste energy keeping your water hot, just for it to sit there until used. While tankless water heaters (also called on-demand water heaters) [...]Read more Tankless Water Heaters: Why We Are Obsessed
Smelling sewage gas inside your home is never a good sign and is almost always related to a plumbing problem. Residential plumbing systems are designed to direct naturally-occurring hydrogen sulfide up out of the building through a vent system. When gases that are supposed to go out are coming [...]Read more Why Do I Smell Sewage In My Home?
By: Will Naylor Whether you’re in your living room or orbiting thousands of miles above Earth, when you gotta go you gotta go! But when you’re in the middle of space, something simple like going to the bathroom can turn into a major challenge. It’s kinda gross to think about [...]Read more How Do Toilets Work in Space?
Your main sewer line is the plumbing line that channels the waste from toilets, tubs, and sinks out of your home, toward the main sewer under the street in front of your home. Sewer lines connect to your city’s plumbing system, but unfortunately you, as a homeowner, are mainly responsible [...]Read more Camera Line Inspection: Find Out What’s Wrong With Your Sewer Line
By: Connor Sacco Plumbing is all around us. When we wake up to brush our teeth and take a shower to when we wash the dishes after dinner. Sometimes we take for granted just how lucky we are to have indoor plumbing, because without it our lives would be much more difficult. Most of us […]Read more Indoor Plumbing: A Brief History