Heating Your Home With A Water Heater? Follow These Maintenance Tips

Using a water heater to fuel a radiant flooring heating system is a great way to keep your home warm and cozy during the winter. If the water heater is not properly maintained, however, then the whole system might malfunction and leave you shivering. This article takes a look at some of the key maintenance tasks you can perform to keep your water heater functioning effectively. Draining Experts recommend that you drain your water heater annually. Read More 

How A Water Softener Improves The Quality Of Water In Your Home

If you want to treat the water in your home so it is safe for drinking, bathing, and doing laundry, you may wonder if a water softener is the answer. It helps if you understand how a water softener works and what it actually does to the water. The important thing to know is that one of these units is for treating hard water and not for filtering out contaminants. Here is a look at how water softeners work. Read More 

Watch Out For Signs That Your Sewer Pipe Is Clogging Up

Most people don't think about their sewer line until it's too late. To avoid a mess in your home from backed up sewage, it's important to understand that there are signs that indicate your sewer pipe is beginning to get clogged. Especially if you have an older home and there are trees growing near your sewer pipe, the signs that the pipe is not as clear as it should be can't be ignored. Read More 

Maintaining Your Water Heater

One of the most crucial components in your home is the water heater. It gets used constantly as it heats water every day for showers, washing the dishes, doing the laundry and much more. After running for such a long time, the water heater can fall into disrepair and it can begin to run inefficiently. When this happens, you will start to spend more money on your energy bill and you will see that your water will begin to get colder faster. Read More 

Three Options For An Alternative Septic Treatment System For Your Home

If you live in an area without sewer service, you will need to have a septic system installed.  Not every home can have a conventional system installed. If you have poor soil quality or a high water table, you may need an alternative system. Here are some of the alternatives you may need for your home's septic system: 1. An Aerobatic Septic System For Alternative Waste Treatment An aerobatic system is one of the most common types of alternative waste treatment solutions. Read More