09 Sep 2020

common plumbing issues need professional help
Nearly every renter or homeowner has a few basic tools around for dealing with minor household or plumbing issues. Frequently, a slow drain or clogged toilet can be resolved with a few basic tools and a little elbow grease. If you are of the handy sort, changing out a worn washer, or replacing a wax toilet seal is not big deal. Bigger plumbing jobs, however, should be saved for your Clar...

01 Sep 2020

when to replace my toilet
Clogged toilets are a homeowner’s nightmare. Nobody wants to be the one to unclog a toilet, but it must be done. Grab the plunger and some gloves and get to it. Oh, wait. No plunger? How are you supposed to unclog the toilet without a plunger? No worries, Sacramento! We have plumber suggestions for unclogging a toilet without a plunger. Try one of these methods if you find yourself ...

31 Aug 2020

water-pipe-freeze-break
Use The Proper Insulation To Keep Pipes From Freezing Frozen water lines can be an inconvenience, sure, but they can also cause serious damage. Water expands as it freezes, and with no where to go your pipes may expand causing them to break. We are going to take a look at some effective ways of how to keep pipes from freezing. What temperature does water freeze? For water to freeze, ...

21 Aug 2019

sewer line offset - clarke & rush
Many of the problems in sewer systems can be linked to pipes and joints that are offset. When joints shift or sink, they lose their alignment with the rest of the sewer piping and drainage problems result. In this article, you’ll learn the different causes, problems, and remedies of sewer line offsets. Use this information to take the appropriate steps to prevent this problem, or to get ...

20 Feb 2019

Top 4 signs your main sewer line is clogged - Clarke & Rush
Signs Your Main Sewer Line is Clogged Some clogs are easy for homeowners to fix while others signify that there could be a bigger problem in the plumbing system. One of those bigger problems that should be dealt with promptly is a clog or damage to the main sewer line. But, how can a homeowner know that the clog inside the house, such as in the toilet, points to a clog in the main sewer...