What To Expect During Plumbing Installation In A New Home Construction

Having a new home built is an exciting thing to watch; you get to see the whole thing take shape from the ground up, right down to things like plumbing installation. If you have never experienced first-hand how the plumbing installation process goes with a new home, you are bound to have some questions. Here is a look at some of the things you should expect to see during the process of outfitting your new home with all of the plumbing components it needs:  Read More 

Tips For First Time Drain Snake Users

If using drain cleaner and plunging has failed to clear your hair-clogged bathroom drain, then you should try using a drain snake. Even if you have never used a drain snake before, these tips will help you auger out the drain yourself and may save you the cost of a plumbing service call: Tip: Buy the Right Drain Snake for the Job When you go to the hardware store to purchase a drain snake, it is vital you purchase the right one for the drain you need it to clear. Read More 

Things You Should Never Flush Down The Toilet, And Why

There are many things that people don't think twice about flushing down the toilet, but doing so harms your drains. Here are some of those things and why you shouldn't dispose of them in the toilet: Diapers There are two main reasons why you should flush diapers down the toilet. The first one is that diapers don't degrade easily; in fact, they are purposefully designed that way so that they can handle liquid waste without leaking. Read More 

Do You Want To Become A Plumber? Here Are The Steps To Take

You may have thought you would like to become a plumber, like those at Knights Plumbing & Drain. This career tackles a lot more than just fixing leaking faucets or unclogging sinks. You could work on repairing pipes, fixing flooded basements, and even fixing steam and gas vents. How can you start out on this interesting career? You also might want to know how much training the plumber you hired has had to go through. Read More 

Installing A New Water Heater? What You Should Know

Your water heater is one appliance that you probably don't give much thought to until it breaks. The average water tank-type water heater lasts between 8 and 12 years. Tankless models have a little more longevity and last around 20 years and sometimes even longer. If your water heater is often in need of repair or getting close to the end of its average lifespan, it may be time to look into replacement. Read More