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The Key Benefits of Professional Drain Cleaning Services

  • Categories: Drains
  • Date: October 17, 2019

Drains – sewer, storm, and floor – do their job quietly, often unnoticed by you. But when they become clogged, they make their presence known. Plugged sewer drains can create soggy areas in your yard or, even worse, allow sewage water to back up into basements, sinks, and showers. You can prevent a smelly problem […]

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Make Sure to Check your Outdoor Downspouts for Leaks Before Winter Hits

  • Categories: Drains
  • Date: October 9, 2019

There’s a new chill in the air, and soon there will be more leaves on the ground than on the trees. The Midwest winter is peeking around the corner. Before you put away the lawn chairs and oil the snowblower, take one more stroll around your house and examine your gutters and downspouts for leaks. […]

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Buying a Toilet

In the market for a new toilet? We don’t want to make it complicated for you, but you have lots of options. Here we address them. Toilet types There are several different toilet types. Two-piece toilets are the traditional units with separate tanks and bowls. While less expensive, they do easily accumulate dirt between the […]

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Preparing for Winter Inside Your Home

Winter’s not here yet, but you know it’s coming. Here are some things you can do to prepare outside your home. Wrap the water pipes in your basement or crawl spaces with insulation sleeves to help prevent the pipes from freezing, bursting, and creating a nasty and expensive mess. Place an insulated blanket around your […]

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Becoming a Plumber in Illinois

There are numerous reasons to become a plumber. These include: Job security Good pay The ability to be your own boss You help people Job variety Stimulating work Low cost of entry Social interaction Respect from your customers No more plumbing bills So how does one become a plumber in Illinois? Here is what is […]

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Why Now Is a Good Time for a Sewer Line Inspection

  • Categories: Sewer
  • Date: September 12, 2019

“The sewer line isn’t my responsibility, is it?” The line running from your house that connects to the main city sewer line does belong to you. Any blockages or damage to the line is your responsibility, too. A damaged or clogged sewer line will not properly carry sewage and wastewater away from your house. Additionally, […]

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What You Should Do If Your Dishwasher Drain Clogs

“What is that smell in the kitchen?”  You’ve taken out the garbage, cleaned your sink, and checked the food in the refrigerator. You just ran a load of dishes in the dishwasher. What’s the source of that smell? You open the dishwasher and to your surprise dirty, smelly water has pooled in the bottom of […]

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Benefits of Being a Plumber

So it’s career decision time. You’re exploring your options and someone says to you “How about becoming a plumber?” Your response: “Why?” Here are 10 reasons. Job security. Plumbers, like most other trades, are always in demand. Plumbing companies are always looking for good plumbers. And job growth in plumbing is expected to exceed the […]

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Lead Poisoning

Lead is odorless, colorless and tasteless. And it is a killer. It is estimated that more than 400,000 people a year die due to past exposure to lead. Additionally, even small exposure to lead can lead to serious health problems, with younger children being most at risk to lead poisoning, which can severely affect physical […]

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The Key Benefits of Professional Drain Cleaning Services

October 17, 2019

Drains - sewer, storm, and floor - do their job quietly, often unnoticed by you. But when they become clogged, they make their presence known. Pl Read more…

*Based on research conducted January - December 2017

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