1. What to Expect During a Sewer Inspection for an Older Home

    If you’re a first-time home buyer or someone who is simply looking for their next home, it’s important that you get a sewer inspection. As your local plumbing company in Edmonds, we strive to help you protect your investment. Buying a home is a huge decision, and we want you to know what you’re getting yourself into. In this article, Action Jackson Drain Cleaning & Plumbing is going to s…Read More

  2. Plumbing The Depths Of History

    Modern-day plumbing is an achievement that many of us take for granted. Treated, pressurized water is brought to and carried away from our homes each and every day, allowing us a incredible level of access, sanitation, and even luxury and comfort. But plumbing has been changing the way people lived for thousands of years. In today’s blog from Action Jackson Drain Cleaning and Plumbing — your l…Read More

  3. 10 Famous Plumbers You May Not Know About

    Plumbing, as a profession, has been around for thousands of years. In that time, plumbers have helped engineer massive water movement project that allowed fresh water to flow to cities to help them thrive. Plumbers have developed inventions that significantly improved sanitation and health in those growing cities. Plumbers have even managed to change the way we talk and think about certain things.…Read More

  4. The Full Dangers Of Old Pipes In Your Home Plumbing System Part 2

    Owning an older home can provide you with a variety of benefits. Many homeowners love the character and history of their properties, yet some are unaware of the risks associated with older plumbing. Old, corroding pipes can create an unwanted situation where your home and your family’s health are at risk. Aging homes will eventually need to undergo water and sewer inspections to ensure that your…Read More

  5. The Full Dangers Of Old Pipes In Your Home Plumbing System Part 1

    All across the country, homeowners are depending on their property’s water and sewer systems to bring fresh H2O into the home while taking waste away. Outside of the occasional clog and that incessantly leaking toilet, your Washington home likely experiences little trouble. Many citizens across the state reside in older homes, featuring plumbing materials that are now reaching the end of their e…Read More

  6. Explaining The Solutions For Concrete In Residential And Commercial Plumbing

    The drains in your home or business rely on cleanliness to avoid any dangerous obstructions. The pipes beneath these spots transport waste away from your facility. One unfortunate situation that can develop from a range of causes occurs when concrete or grout makes its way into your drains. Allowing materials like concrete to set in your sewer lines can result in backups, flooding, and costly repa…Read More

  7. The Top Signs It’s Time To Call Your Local Plumber Part 2

    As a homeowner, you are likely aware of all of the quirks your property possesses. This intimate knowledge of your home can be very useful through the years, but some issues can easily become normal and ignored until a major problem occurs. The last thing you want is to come home to a basement full of water! If your home has a minor problem such as a leaky pipe or slow drain, it may only seem like…Read More

  8. Looking At Items That Should Not Be Flushed Part 2

    When it comes to the porcelain throne adorning the bathroom, many residents simply take the convenience and sanitation for granted. While the toilet and its sewer lines are built to provide service for years with little maintenance, the act of flushing improper items down can create a plethora of problems. When you’re in need of emergency plumbing services, it's important to find a reputable plu…Read More

  9. Looking At Items That Should Not Be Flushed Part 1

    In our modern society, convenience is a main focus. While modern innovations have made shopping for groceries and finding a ride much easier, the same technology does not apply to your porcelain throne. We’ve all done it: you have an item or some refuse that needs to be thrown away in a proper receptacle, yet the alluring convenience of an open toilet is too much to resist. Flushing the wrong pr…Read More

  10. 5 Water-Saving Tips For Your Bathroom

    When you make an effort to conserve water, it’s good not only for your wallet, but for the environment. Therefore, it is important that we all do our part to reduce our water use. Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to conserve more water in your home. The rooms that are most relevant to your efforts are your bathroom and kitchen. In this blog, we will focus on water-saving tips for…Read More