Summer is the season for pool parties and gardening. Unfortunately, it can also be the season for plumbing woes if you're not careful! The good news is that most warm-weather plumbing problems are not that tough to avoid if you know what you're doing. Here is a look at the most common plumbing problems homeowners face in the summer, along with some tips to help ensure you don't face the same fate.
23 June 2020
The summer vacations can be difficult and when there is a plumbing emergency, problems can grow quickly. Therefore, you want to know what to do when there are problems and the possible plumbing emergencies that you may need help with when the kids are at home. The following plumbing emergencies are some of the issues that you may have to deal with when you have your hands full with a full house this summer:
20 May 2020
Are you ready to install a new water heater? If this is the case, then you may want to consider upgrading to a tankless water heater. These heaters have several benefits that make them one of the best choices around. If you are getting an upgrade or are getting a heater for the first time, take a look at the three major benefits of getting a tankless water heater. Have Hot Water Whenever You Want
16 April 2020
If you have a concrete septic system installed for your waste treatment needs, it is a durable solution, but the waste and age of the tank can cause deterioration. Therefore, it is important to do routine maintenance like pumping and monitor the condition of the septic tank. Your tank may eventually need repairs if it is outdated, which is a good time to update it and improve your septic system to prevent future problems.
11 March 2020
Has your bathroom sink clogged? If it has and you need to obtain a temporary solution until you are able to hire a plumber, then there are a few things and repairs that you may want to attempt on your own in the meantime. So, if you need a quick and short term fix for your clogged sink, consider doing the following: Clean out The Pipes With Cleaner: Cleaning the pipes by using baking soda is a great way to remove gunk that gets washed away down the drain, like hair gel or facial cleaner.
9 November 2016
People buy new kitchen faucets for many reasons ranging from it not working the way it should to just wanting to update the look of their kitchen. Sometimes it could be to increase ease-of-use or add more features to the faucet. No matter the reason, there are many considerations to think about before settling on the right one for you. Functionality When someone is searching for a new faucet, he or she must have a clear idea of what he or she is looking for the faucet as well as its abilities.
16 September 2016
Performing maintenance is an essential part of owning a house, one that many homeowners would rather take care of themselves to save money. If the pipes in your home make a lot of noise, it could mean the needs for repairs and maintenance. Taking the time to locate the source of the noise in your plumbing system is important for helping you avoid more expensive repairs later on. Check out some of the reasons your pipes may be making strange sounds.
6 August 2016
Several factors apply when it comes to a built-in dishwasher versus a portable one. Regardless of which option you choose, you won't have to face a sink full of dishes after you have a big meal. Several types of the newer units have many of the same alarms that weren't featured many years ago. It depends on your circumstances and some obvious advantages and disadvantages you need to consider before you make a decision.
20 July 2016
Turning on the water is no big deal, right? Just go to the sink and twist, pull, push, or wave. Vwella! Water. But have you ever stopped to think about the faucets you use and why they have single or double handles? Why is one chosen over the other? The Single Handle is Modern The single handle faucet offers a slick, modern accent to any bathroom. Bonus: they are highly functional.
20 July 2016
A common problem with your home's air conditioning could be that the air it produces is not cold at all. Know that the thermostat does not actually control the temperature of the air that comes out, because it should always be at a nice and cool temperature all the time. Instead of rushing to hire an air conditioning repair contractor, you should attempt to troubleshoot the problem all on your own.
30 June 2016