The New Year is upon us, and with it comes a host of New Year’s resolutions.
Most clogged sewers happen gradually.
But the holidays, which tend to be hectic, can bring a whole new set of challenges to your plumbing that could take your issues into the winter months.
A lot of people don’t pay much attention to something that they are using every day.
Have you ever stopped to think that maybe some of your plumbing problems are caused by wet wipes being flushed down the bowl?
Your bathroom may be the most important yet overlooked room in your home.
When it comes to home plumbing systems, most of us would prefer not to do it ourselves.
In the United States, there are almost half a million plumbers.
Plumbers know how to clean and maintain all the plumbing in a house. Drainage line cleaning is not a problem for a Green Apple plumber, but chances are you aren’t a plumber.
For those of you who aren’t trained to take care of plumbing, it can seem like a daunting task. Sewer lines are long, and all the water and waste we flush goes down them. If your drains start making strange noises, or if they start smelling bad, it is time to clean them out.
While many New Jersey residents are beginning to prepare for the cold months we thought we would give you some more tips to help you be prepared as much as possible.
Not all kitchens have a garbage disposal, but they have only grown in popularity in United States households since their invention in 1940.