A sewer inspection camera changes the game for even the most experienced plumber. This diagnostic sewer and drain tool gives the plumber and the homeowner a clear picture of what is happening inside a sewer line. A sewer line inspection is useful in many...read more
Hot Water Not Working in House? Use This Guide of Common Hot Water Heater Problems to Find Out Why When it comes to your home appliances, there is typically one in particular that you never want to experience issues with, and that's your water heater. Not having hot...read more
Septic tank location services are for those who "lose" a septic tank. Seems impossible, since it doesn't move but it happens all the time. Homes and buildings unconnected to the local sewer system use a private septic systems for waste disposal. Proper...read more
Why is my water heater leaking from the bottom? - That's the type of question that is usually said with a groan and a grimace. Property owners dread moments like this, brace themselves, and start to mentally check their bank account balances. While a water heater leak...read more
You might think that the term "water hammer" sounds like the name of a villain from a comic book, and you'd be right. However, it's just the villain inside of your plumbing pipes. Just because you haven't heard of it, doesn't mean that it's not common, complex, and...read more
As homeowners, it's only natural that you want to do everything you can to keep your drains clean. There are going to be times where you need the help of a professional plumber, and times where you can fix it with a small amount of know-how and straightforward...read more
So Your Toilet Vent Clogged: Identifying, Common Causes and How to Fix a Potentially Messy and Smelly Situation
As a homeowner, you're likely to become frustrated when you notice that your toilet keeps getting clogged, and you need emergency plumbing solutions. When you think of a clogged toilet, the first thought that comes to mind is probably an issue with the drainage pipes....read more
It can be hard to know when you need a plumber or can I DIY. At All Clear Plumbing, we understand that people don't necessarily want to call the plumber. For some, the idea of paying for a professional when they think they might be able to do it themselves is a...read more
As one of the newest revolutions in plumbing technology for storm drain cleaning, hydro-jetting is a dominant force that uses our specialized high-pressure water nozzles to clear away accumulated leaves, sludge, roots, and clogs in your sewer and drain. Hydro-jetting...read more
Have you noticed a sulfur-like, rotten eggs type of smell coming from your laundry room recently? If your washing machine drain smells like sewage it can be incredibly unpleasant. This stench makes a room usually known for cleaning turn into a zone in your home that...read more
There’s hardly a day that goes by that All Clear Plumbing doesn’t receive a call from someone exclaiming, “my toilet is leaking!” While we can solve any toilet-related problem, “a leaking toilet” is not enough information to diagnose the issue. A lot can break on a...read more
Have you ever came home to a bad sewer smell in your home? You walk in, pause, and your next thought is “what IS that SMELL?” You may search all over your house and find nothing, but that awful sewer smell has lingered alongside you to every nook and...read more
Since All Clear Plumbing opened in 2012, we’ve not only offered the best plumbing repair in the Upstate, but also the best sewer and drain cleaning services. Sewer and drain cleaning is done any time we use a piece of equipment to clear a blockage in a drain. Whether...read more
Commercial bathroom plumbing repairs are among the most important task that All Clear Plumbing crews complete. No matter what kind of business you own, maintaining a healthy, working bathroom is essential. Think about these commercial bathroom plumbing scenarios:...read more
Frequent toilet clogs can be annoying and, at times, embarrassing. You might be asking yourself, “Is it me or my plumbing?” This guide should help you figure that out. Here is our rundown of the common reasons toilets clog and how to go about getting them fixed....read more
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, the laundry room is the spleen. Necessary to a healthy home, but unglamorous and stuck in a weird place. Blame it’s relatively recent addition to houses or humanities’ fickle nature, but we can’t seem to come to a consensus on...read more
Plumbing systems are made up of two primary parts: water supply and waste disposal. The waste disposal part is really an amazing feature of modern society. All of that gray water and waste just gets swept away, never to be seen or heard from again. The exception to...read more
For a homeowner, there is no easy do-it-yourself test for a suspected water leak. A water leak can happen just about anywhere in a home with plumbing and they are frustrating to deal with. They often cause damage to your home, may be difficult to locate, and are...read more
A properly working water heater is a critical part of your home’s plumbing infrastructure. Sometimes pricey to keep up and repair, a good water heater is well worth the investment. We can totally understand wanting to DIY your water heater installation, but please...read more
Greenville County, and the entire Upstate of South Carolina, has some serious sewer issues. From limits on the system to a crumbling infrastructure that is costing the county millions. The result is a lot of local homes and businesses built with septic tanks. Septic...read more
Water Leak Location & Repair Leaks can form anywhere in your home. While it’s often easy to notice a leaky toilet or faucet, detecting those leaks that you can’t see is vitally important. At All Clear Plumbing, we offer the best and most technologically advanced...read more
At All Clear Plumbing, we strive to be good neighbors throughout the Upstate community. To that end, we’re happy to offer expert advice here for numerous plumbing issues – like any good neighbor would.
We obviously love serving our customers with an “old school” business style that provides you with quality work done by friendly professionals and the biggest bang for your buck. We also realize that not every plumbing nook and cranny of your home or office building requires a call to All Clear.
Whether it’s a financial hardship or those who simply like working with their own hands, there are numerous reasons folks may want to try something on their own. The multitude of fixer upper programs and the ever-growing number of how-to videos on YouTube has also led to a surge in popularity for do-it-yourself projects.
There are some important things to remember when it comes to how-to videos:
- Virtually anyone with a smartphone can publish something online in seconds. That doesn’t necessarily make them an expert in whatever it is they’re discussing.
- Online subjects don’t always have your best interest at heart. While it may cost nothing to click on an online video, there’s a very good chance somebody, somewhere is making money off that click. Sometimes, that’s all the video creator is seeking.
- A sleek, well-edited how-to video can make a project look much easier than it actually is.
That’s why we hope that you’ll visit this part of our website whenever you have plumbing DIY itch that needs to be scratched. We want to provide you with information that you can trust.
Whether it’s making a repair, understanding more clearly what all a repair entails, or assisting in making a diagnosis, we’re here to help!
If you get stuck in the middle of a plumbing DIY project and can’t find any way out, we understand. We’ve all been there and done that. Simply give All Clear Plumbing a call at 864-979-7059 and one of our crews will gladly finish the job!