It has been a crazy few weeks! We’re still settling into the new house and taking on a few projects like our landscaping! Plus, we just had our first ER visit with our toddler who almost (literally) poked her eye out. It was terrifying! Ahh the life of a parent, right!?
We are SUPER excited about this new series as we partner with Roto-Rooter. Not only will we be featuring some amazing product (and hint, hint…possible giveaways!), we’ll be sharing a ton of tips to keep your plumbing in tip-top shape without a hefty bill. One of the most important things about homesteading is being able to fix and solve your own problems without having to hire people to do it.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Roto-Rooter, they were founded in 1935 and have expanded to “operating businesses in more than 100 company-owned branch and independent contractor territories and approximately 500 independent franchise operations, serving approximately 90% of the U.S. population and parts of Canada. Master independent franchise operations have been established in Japan, Philippines, Mexico, United Kingdom, Hong Kong/China and Indonesia/Singapore (RotoRooter.com)”. They not only offer plumbing and maintenance services, but, also a wide array of products you can buy in stores to take care of your own plumbing needs (both residential and commercial). Roto-Rooter’s products also meet environmental standards and use an active ingredient that isn’t harsh or toxic.
We’re thrilled to partner with Roto-Rooter this year, share more about the company, and provide our readers with some practical advice and information that will benefit all homeowners! All of the information provided will be based on our honest opinions- nothing staged.
A few things we will be featuring include:
- Plumbing Fixes You Can Do Yourself
- Clog 101
- Simple Steps to Protecting your Pipes (includes Septic Care)
Have you dealt with your own plumbing issues? Do you typically call a plumber to deal with even the most basic plumbing situations? Are you interested in becoming more comfortable with fixing your own plumbing issues or maintaining your plumbing? Tell us below! :)