Things You Should Never Flush Down Your Toilet

Don’t do it! Don’t mistreat your toilet! Some things are just not meant to be flushed. The list is larger than you might expect. Plumbing is not designed to function like a general trash can. Here are some key things to avoid, and some may…

Signs You May Need a New Well Pump

The average lifespan of a below-ground well pump is 15 years, and an above-ground model has an average of 10 years. Being able to differentiate between when it is actually time to get a new pump and when a more minor fix is in order…

How Much Does a Running Toilet Really Cost

Wasting water always has an environmental and a financial cost. This is especially true for running toilets. The toilet is one of the most water-intensive appliances in a modern home. A regular flush uses about two to six gallons of water alone, depending on what…

The Rundown: Drain Pipes Edition

Your home is full of pipes! But what kind of pipes? And how do they impact you? Below you will find a rundown of the most common pipes, how long they last and how to maintain them for the years to come! Types  The four…

Toilet Puddle Got You Down?

We all like splashing around in a good puddle. But if it’s coming from your toilet – that’s a different story! Now there are three main causes for a leaky toilet: a loose hose, a terrible tee bolt or a wonky wax ring.  Test That…

What to Do If Your Toilet Won’t Stop Running

Sometimes the toilet won’t just stop running, but it can be easy to fix. The first step is to stay calm. And then it is helpful to remember the basic setup of the flush mechanism. Even if you don’t, these steps should be easy to…

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