Is Your Plumbing Ready For Winter?

Winter has only just begun and with all the snow that we have already had and the remaining still to come, there are 3 huge things you need to be sure to keep an eye on. These winter plumbing precautions could have extreme negative effects if not properly taken care of or prevented.    Your septic tank is precaution number …

5 Signs You Need A Plumber – And FAST!

Do you know when it is time to call a plumber? It’s ok, it’s not just you. Most homeowners are clueless when it comes to the wide range of plumbing problems that can seriously affect your home, your health, and last but not least, your bills. Here are 5 signs you need a plumber…and now.  Sign Number 1, your basement …

3 Red Flags Of A Failing Septic System

A failing septic system can be detrimental. In the weeks or even months that it may take for you to find out something is wrong there is already so much damage that could have happened. For instance sewage can seep out of the tank which could flood the drain field causing corrupt underground water. Why is this bad you ask? …

COMMON CAUSES OF TOILET CLOGS

No one likes to cause a clog. And even fewer people like to be the ones to discover a clog. It can be one of the most embarrassing toilet plumbing issues, and a tricky problem. There are many potential causes of a toilet clog, and each reason has a different solution. Let us break it down, and you’ll see that smooth …

Frequently Asked Septic Questions

Many people don’t know too much about septic systems except the experts, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions and answers for you to learn more about your tank and how to take care of it. What is a septic system and what does it do? Your system stores and treats sewage and greywater from your home before it …

How a Sump Pump Works

How many people know what a sump pump is? Or what a sump pump does? Not many! The name rhymes, so it sounds like someone just made it up for fun, but these systems actually do very important work for your household plumbing. We want to tell you more about sump pumps and how they work. Now that you know …

#MillersMoments

These past few weeks have held so many smiles and moments of pride for the entire Miller’s family and team. We are a family of hard workers, team players, and community members who are proud to give back. These are just a few of our favorite #MillersMoments that were glad to share with you on our social media. If you …

Get De-Clogged

Pet hair, human hair, mud, grass, sand from the beach… a number of other things get washed down your shower or sink drain every day. Hello clogged drains, nice to see you again – it’s been a few weeks since we last met. Before you have to resort to drastic measures consider these few at-home remedies to help you out …

How to Keep Cool this Summer

Summer is nice…no blankets or cold toes…the sun is (mostly) always shining! But when those leftover April showers inevitably hit over summer months, it’s important to keep your septic system running well. There’s no overwhelming process, just a few quick tips! 1. Stay Dry! Just make sure those puddles are away from the septic system! Over-saturation in your yard can lead to …

You Have The Questions, We Have The Answers!

Many homeowners have a lot of common questions about their septic tanks. When should it be pumped, how often should it be inspected, how do I keep my tank running properly. Well here are the answers to your commonly asked questions.  Inspect It. Much like everything else, a septic system should be inspected on a specific schedule. This is to …