1. What The Flush! Check Out These Common Bathroom Plumbing Problems!

    When it comes to plumbing problems, many homeowners experience issues in the bathroom. The bathroom, or bathrooms, of your home have the most amount of plumbing fixtures than any other room in the house. Ranging from minor issues like a slowly draining faucet to major issues like a toilet overflow causing flooding within a home, bathroom plumbing problems can quickly create a headache for homeowne…Read More

  2. Common Water Heater Problems

    Many homeowners often take their home’s hot water supply for granted. Until something goes wrong with it, that is. A water heater an essential part of a home’s comfort system. Everyday tasks, such as steamy showers and bathing, doing laundry, or cleaning dishes would not be possible with a malfunctioning water heater. As durable as water heaters can be, they are still susceptible to wear, tear…Read More

  3. Benefits of Professional Drain Cleaning

    When it comes to home maintenance routines, many homeowners overlook an essential area: their drain pipes. The drains in our homes often are placed into the “out of sight, out of mind” category. Residential drains handle thousands of gallons of water each year, and they have their fair share of filthy messes passing through them. Our humble drainage systems serve the vital purpose of removing …Read More

  4. Common Garbage Disposal Problems

    Garbage disposals are a wonderful thing. They help dispose of waste, like uneaten food, by shredding it into small pieces which makes it easier to pass through the drain pipe. While garbage disposals have certainly made our lives easier, one thing is for sure, when they aren’t working properly, garbage disposals can be extremely frustrating and annoying. Garbage disposals, like all other applian…Read More

  5. Plumbing To Check Before Purchasing A Home

    Purchasing a home is a big step in life and it can be a stressful and expensive endeavor for anyone. While there are many steps included in the home buying process, one of the most important stages is inspecting the house. The last thing you need after investing money into a home is to find a issue or problem with it. That being said, it is important to perform a thorough and detailed inspection b…Read More

  6. Items You Should Never Flush Down a Toilet

    Perhaps the king of plumbing problems, a clogged toilet may be the most common and most annoying. It is in a homeowner’s best interest to limit clogs and sewer problems, as they can ruin a room and be expensive to fix. Plus, nobody wants to deal with sewage waste all over their bathroom floor – yuck! The Cause of Clogged Toilets Did you know that toilets in the United States clog more than mos…Read More

  7. A Beginner’s Guide to Proper Garbage Disposal Care

    Do you remember the days when we were constantly filling our kitchen trash cans with food waste? And, remember when that waste would rot and stink up the whole kitchen? If it wasn’t for garbage disposals, many of us would still be dealing with this issue. A garbage disposal is a great and effective way to handle common food waste in the kitchen. Disposals shred up waste, like uneaten food, into …Read More

  8. Why DIY Plumbing isn’t a Great Idea

    Think DIY plumbing is a good idea? Think again. There are many DIY projects savvy homeowners can safely complete around the house, but plumbing repairs, especially if you're dealing with something more complicated than a clogged toilet, should be left up to the professionals. But why is DIY plumbing such a bad idea? After all, if you can avoid calling a plumber, you can also avoid paying a plumb…Read More

  9. Conventional Vs. Tankless Water Heaters

    As a homeowner, it’s important to ensure that all of your household machinery and plumbing is working properly. One of the most important things to regularly check, in order to make sure it’s functioning well, is your hot water heater. In our previous post we addressed signs that can let you know it’s time to replace your hot water heater. Today, we’d like to go over conventional versus ta…Read More

  10. How To Use Less Water And Save More Money Part Two

    Welcome back to the Complete Plumbing & Rooter blog! In our last post, we began to discuss the ways in which water can affect your plumbing, your utility bill, and your community. Because we use water for so many of our daily household activities, it’s important to consider the things that we can do to reduce our water consumption on a daily basis. Here at Complete Plumbing & Rooter, not…Read More