Conserving water is a good idea for anyone to partake in, whether you're doing it for the environment, your wallet, or both. If you're trying to find easy ways to reduce the amount of water your home consumes, the best way to start doing that is to focus on the way you get water most often: your sinks. Read on to discover three simple ways to cut down on your water consumption.
9 April 2018
Your garbage disposal is an essential part of your kitchen's plumbing, as it is the most efficient way to remove food waste quickly from your sink. However, due to the nature of how a garbage disposal works, it experiences a great deal of general wear from normal operation. This can lead to damage which can negatively affect how well your garbage disposal operates. Understanding some of the warning signs associated with a worn-out garbage disposal can help you identify when you should contact a plumber about replacing your unit.
25 March 2018
During the winter months, most people rely on their home's heating system to provide warmth and comfort when it is freezing outside. While heaters are widely used, many people don't think about them very often as long as they are working well. However, when a heater stops working properly and exhibits problems, it can be quite alarming, especially during a winter storm or an extreme cold spell. Continue reading to learn more about some of the common issues a residential heater can have:
10 March 2018
If you have just purchased your first home, there are many things you must know about your home. One of these things is the plumbing. Plumbing can cause a lot of damage very quickly if something goes wrong. Fortunately, learning about plumbing can help prevent disasters from happening. Below is more information about this so you can get started. Main Shut-Off Water Valve Everyone that is old enough in your home needs to know where the main water shut-off valve is located.
13 February 2018
Slow and stopped drains can be major inconveniences to homeowners and their families. This may lead to the temptation of using a commercial chemical-based drain cleaner for relief from their woes. However, these types of cleaners can cause much more harm than good to the clogged.drain lines. They can also be dangerous to family members or drain cleaning professionals who may be unaware that these chemicals have been used before they begin to use physical means to remove the clogs.
18 January 2018