June 29th, 2020
Clogged drains are a hassle on their own, that’s for sure. We like to think of symptoms that lead up to clogged drains, but we rarely think of clogged drains as symptoms themselves. They are for certain issues on their own, and at that point, you’re going to need professional plumbing services.
Think about it. When your drains begin to clog and you’ve got standing water in your drains, sinks, and pipes, you’re begging for additional problems to arrive and cause you trouble. From leaks to mold issues, having a drain clog that exists for longer than a week or so just isn’t a good idea.
That’s why we’re going to go over some of the problems you could be experiencing as a result of your drain clog. Don’t be afraid to call our team for drain repair in Bloomington, IL if you’ve been dealing with any of the following issues.
June 15th, 2020
Sump pumps are unique devices. Sure, we think they’re important, but they’re not something that homeowners pine after like they do air conditioners or dehumidifiers. However, we’re going to work hard to change that image because, in our area, sump pumps can be a huge benefit to homeowners and can literally save property and money from mitigating water damage.
So, you don’t know what sump pump services in Bloomington, IL entail? Don’t worry, even if you’ve never heard of a sump pump before, we can still talk about what these systems do and why so many homeowners in our country depend on them to keep their homes safe from sudden floods. Keep reading and we promise you’ll start to understand just how valuable a system like this can be, and how much money it could save you in the long run.
June 1st, 2020
Have you ever seen one of those magic tricks where a faucet pours freshwater, only for it to be revealed that there’s no source behind the faucet head? Believe it or not, many of our customers in the area believe that’s how a tankless water heater works. Honestly, too many people think that their hot water just magically comes hot, since it doesn’t come from a hot water tank, where does it come from?
Well, today we’re going to answer that question. We’ll talk about the science behind tankless water heaters in Bloomington, IL. We can dive into specifics about how these systems work, how much energy they consume, and what kinds of homes would be perfect for them.
It’s not magic, but it’s still fun to understand how your water heater works—especially if you ever run into any problems with it!
May 18th, 2020
Commercial plumbing isn’t necessarily one of the most popular topics we talk about in this blog, but it’s important nevertheless! We often like to talk about our residential plumbing services since homeowners tend to be in most need of our services, but we can’t count out the importance of our commercial services as well. The truth is that no matter what kind of business or building owner you are, you rely on plumbing services in order to function every day. From bathrooms, to kitchens, to even the simplest types of pipe systems, plumbing needs to be up to code and able to handle your needs and the needs of your customers.
So, let’s talk a bit about what kinds of Bloomington, IL commercial plumbing services we offer and why you could benefit heavily from them!
May 4th, 2020
Water heaters are a necessity when it comes to our day to day lives. Now that we’re spending more time inside, it’s becoming clear that we’d all be miserable without the hard work of our water heaters. Well, as long as they’re the appropriate type of water heater for your home.
Now, if you’re wondering what we mean by “type” of water heater, then your curiosity could save you some money if you keep exploring. We’ve dedicated this blog post to talking about one of the most famous and efficient water heater types in existence, the tankless water heater. Tankless water heaters in Bloomington, IL are becoming more and more of an upgrade to so many homeowners for so many reasons.
So, if you think your water heater could use improvement, or an entire overhaul, keep reading!
April 20th, 2020
Hydro jetting is a process that not many homeowners know about. Imagine having a river that’s clogged with garbage and junk, and the only way to clear out that river is with a waterfall of fresh, clear, pressurized water that clears all of the junk away permanently. Well, hydro jetting is a miniature version of that process, located in your drain when a clog is bad enough that no plunging, drain snaking, or anything else can remove it effectively.
Firstly, you need to know that you need professional drain cleaning in Normal, IL. Once that’s figured out, you can call our professional team and ask us about our hydro jetting process. Let’s figure out if it’s right for you.
But first, we need to answer the age-old question of how exactly hydro jetting works, and what the unique benefits and advantages are for such a process.
April 6th, 2020
Backflow prevention is a key aspect of plumbing as we know it. In order to safely utilize your plumbing system without cross-contamination between your wastewater and your clean water, there has to be some sort of device that stops this from happening. If you’re the owner of a backflow preventer, you probably already know where we’re going with this.
A backflow preventer is a device that can stop water from flowing in the direction you don’t want it to flow in. As the name implies, a flow of wastewater traveling backwards is never a good thing that a homeowner should have to deal with. That’s why a backflow preventer is installed in your home to protect your plumbing in Champaign, IL from this problem.
However, how do you know if your backflow prevention device is working properly? Well, with backflow testing services that we offer!
March 23rd, 2020
People often call the plumber at the last possible moment and it’s really understandable. After all, everyone is trying to save a buck or two, and hiring a professional when your drain is clogged feels like overkill. While it might feel like overkill, we’d really like to remind you that in many cases it is absolutely not!
Professional plumbers aren’t just for getting the worst clogs out of your drains, but they’re also a great resource for making sure you don’t damage your plumbing when trying to perform that minor drain cleaning you need. Things like using the wrong sized plungers and using chemical drain cleaners can be devastating for your plumbing system, and it can be a professional that’s called to help with your plumbing in Normal, IL that will help you avoid harming your drains.
Keep your plumbing in good condition and let’s see if you need a professional’s help.
March 9th, 2020
We talk often about drain clogs on this blog, but we definitely need to be more specific when we talk about what kinds of drain clogs. You’ve got different rooms in your home with different drains, which means you’ll need different solutions to keeping each of them clean and running properly.
When it comes to bathroom plumbing in Champaign, IL, items like plungers, drain snakes, and hair catchers become much more prevalent because, let’s be honest, how often is hair getting stuck in your kitchen drain? Different functions of your appliances mean different solutions for the problems at hand!
Today, we’re going to talk specifically about your bathroom plumbing, and about what’s necessary to keep your plumbing in good shape. If you’re ever worried that there’s nothing you can do to help it, our plumbers are always ready to take action!
February 24th, 2020
There isn’t really an exact science behind preventing clogged drains. That’s because everyone’s drains will clog from different materials or at different speeds depending on the type of lifestyle they live. Fortunately, you have our plumbers in Normal, IL to help.
There are certain guidelines we can tell our customers that might push good plumbing habits. It doesn’t matter how you live your life, drains are often built out of similar materials and located in similar parts of your house, so it can be pretty easy to help homeowners prevent a clog with a few tips.
What are those tips? Well, keep reading and we’ll tell you all about the unique ways you can stop drain clogs before they become a major issue.