My DIY Plumbing Experience

Water Leaking From Your Sump Pump Pipe: Call A Plumber Fast

If there is water dripping around the pipe that carries water out of the sump pump to the exterior of the home, you want to call a plumber. You want to make sure there isn't a problem with the sump pump lines, or the pump. Not only could the sump pump plumbing be a problem, but you want to make sure you don't have a foundation problem. Here are a few things you'll want to consider. Read More 

No Cool Air From An Air Conditioner: Why A Blower & Evaporator Coil Might Be The Problem

Did you turn on the air conditioning system only to find out that no cool air is coming out of the vents? You may have a problem with the blower or evaporator coil, which can be repaired in no time by an air conditioning service and repair specialist. Find out why an air conditioning blower and evaporator coil is important for cooling your home, as well as how a specialist can make repairs when they malfunction. Read More 

3 Situations In Which Renting A Portable Toilet Is Recommended

If you ever find yourself planning an outdoor event or activity, you will have a lot to consider. You want to make sure that the event goes as smoothly as possible and that you're fully prepared. One thing that you may want to consider investing in is portable toilet rentals. Take a look at the following information to better understand some of the situations in which you may want to invest in this item. Read More 

Handicap Accessibility Features For Restroom Trailers

Those who are ordering restroom trailers for a special event should probably plan on having at least one restroom facility that's handicap accessible. A special event that's drawing in at least a moderately sized crowd is likely to include a few attendees who might have trouble using a standard restroom because of disabilities or handicaps.  When aiming for handicap accessibility, it's important to look out for restroom trailer units that have ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) approval. Read More 

Hidden Dangers Of Drain Cleaners

Clogs are a major inconvenience, whether they are in a sink, a toilet or a tub.  When clog concerns hit close to home, the go-to method for a lot of people is to head to the store and buy a commercial drain cleaner.  This method is considerably easier and usually less expensive than calling a professional, such as Jim Dhamer Plumbing & Sewer, Inc.  However, unclogging your drains yourself using a chemical drain cleaner might actually do more harm than good in the long run. Read More