Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Repairing Your Sewer Line

Title: Whose Responsibility Is It to Repair Your Sewer Line?

A Clogged Line
One of the worst experiences that you can have is a sudden backed up toilet. Not just the tedious and annoying plugged toilet either. This is the terrifying and disgusting moment when water and debris within your toilet start to rise like a scene out of Jaws. Eventually, the water seeps out of your toilet and you're stuck standing in unclean water. Considering that that water can sometimes be home to bacteria and disease, the last thing you want is it seeping into your carpet or floor.
While for some toilets, a simple plunging might fix the problem, for others, you may be facing a far larger problem. The sewer line that connects your toilet to the sewer could be injured or damaged. If that's the case, you may be confused as to whose responsibility it falls upon to have it fixed. Considering that the problem includes the sewer, you may believe that the county will send someone to fix up the problem. That is not the case.

An Easy Solution
The sewer line itself is the responsibility of the homeowner. One of the best methods to fix a clogged or damaged sewer line is to undergo a sewer rodding. However, you don't want just anyone to perform the job for you. In the wrong hands, what was just a clogged line could end up being a leaking line if more damage is done to the line during the treatment. Because of this, you want to make sure you hire experienced and knowledgeable plumbers to do the job for you.
Courtesy Plumbing can be that plumber. They've worked on countless homes providing them all with healthy sewer lines. The fact that they've been featured on HGTV just goes to show that they are masters of their craft and a trusted company. Before your toilet tries to ruin your house, call Courtesy Plumbing to have them perform a thorough inspection of your sewer line.

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Swagbucks Back-To-School Challenge!

It's that time of the year again! Swagbucks is holding a Back to School Team Challenge to help you earn free gift cards! For those of you who don't know what Swagbucks is, it's a website where you can earn cash back on everyday tasks you do online like shopping, answering surveys, discovering deals, and watching videos. You can even earn for searching the web! 
If you've never tried Swagbucks before because you didn't know where to begin, their Team Challenges are a great way to learn the ropes and earn points towards free gift cards and PayPal cash! The challenge runs from Monday, August 6th to Friday, August 10th.  



Here's how you can join the challenge and the site:  
1. Click here to join the challenge and be assigned to a team.
2. In addition to earning SB, you'll contribute to your team's total as you complete different activities on Swagbucks.
3. Check back on the page often to see the scores and what you've contribute so far.   

All members who participate and contribute at least 600 points to their team’s total will receive a SB bonus in the form of a SB Swag Up Shop Bonus on their next gift card! 
Not only that, but if you sign up under me this month and earn 300 SB before September 1st, you'll get a 300 SB bonus!

Members of the 1st place team will receive a 100 SB Swag Up Rebate, members of the 2nd place team will receive a 50 SB Swag Up Rebate!

August Swagbucks Sign-Up Bonus!

All throughout August you can earn large bonuses when sign up as my referral on Swagbucks. Swagbucks is a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you're probably doing online already, like searching the web, watching videos, shopping, discovering deals, and taking surveys. Then you take those points and exchange them for gift cards to places like Amazon, Target, or PayPal cash.  



When you sign up through me this month, you can earn a 300 SB bonus! Here's how:  

1. Sign up using this link 

2. Earn 300 SB total before September 1st, 2018. You'll get a 300 SB bonus for it!  

3. That's it. It's super easy, and Swagbucks is for real. I use it myself, and I've earned $270 in Amazon and Starbucks gift cards!