6 Signs That Your Sewer Line Is Clogged (And What To Do About It)

We can all imagine the consequences of a clogged sewer line — where is all that sewer water going? Puddled up in your yard. Causing bad odors. Toilets overflowing. Yuck. Nobody wants that. So here are the six signs that your sewer line is clogged — and what to do about it! If these tips don’t work for you, we can always bring out our jetter to get that drain cleared.  Continue reading

4 Ways Rain Affects Your Plumbing

Although Arizona isn’t known as the rainiest place in the United States, it still has heavy rainstorms. That’s because the Sonoran Desert – which spans southern and southwestern Arizona as well as Baja California– has two rainy seasons: one in the winter and another in the summer. Rather than being filled with endless days of light showers, these rainy seasons consist of quick storms that bring down heavy rains. In fact, it’s not rare for a single storm to deliver half of the desert’s yearly rainfall.  Continue reading

Pete Asks: Is Your Plumbing Ready for Holiday Guests?

The holidays are right around the corner, which means you may be having people over to celebrate. To make the most out of your gathering, you need to make sure your home is ready in every way – from the decorations to the cleanliness to, yes, even the plumbing. If you’re planning on having guests for the holidays, your plumbing needs to be ready. Continue reading

Ask Pete: Can I Convert My Wood Fireplace to Gas?

Having an indoor fireplace in your home provides lots of benefits. But let’s be honest – a wood-burning fireplace requires a lot of care and upkeep. If you’re tired of chopping wood, hauling logs around, and caring for your fireplace, a gas fireplace is a convenient alternative. Keep reading to learn more about converting your wood fireplace to gas.  Continue reading