While the laundry detergent manufacturers would love you to put a full cup in with the load, probably a quarter cup is all you need to get your load clean. Extra suds can make it more difficult for the water to drain, especially in a basement laundry room with a shallow-angle floor drain moving toward Read more about Soap Suds[…]
Purchasing a home and want to make sure the sewer line is in good shape and won’t cost you a fortune in repairs or replacement after you move in? We can place a small camera in your sewer line and inspect the INSIDE. This procedure is relatively inexpensive and can almost always be done in Read more about Buying a House?[…]
Most people only think of drain cleaning when the shower drains slowly or the kitchen sink won’t empty. The truth is if you live in a single family home in an established neighborhood you may want to consider having your sewer line cleaned periodically even if you aren’t having trouble. Sewer line is laid in Read more about Periodic Drain Cleaning[…]
Coffee grounds and grease in your sink are the two of the biggest enemies of drains and sewer lines. Keep this in mind – if it’s big enough to see, put it in the trash or compost. One of those simple, metal mesh drain guards on your kitchen sink does the trick.