Informative Articles and Plumbing Help
“Out of sight, out of mind” - that’s your usual relationship with the plumbing system in your home. And it works...until something goes wrong and you find yourself with a clogged toilet or a flooded basement.
So, how do you prevent an all out emergency when it comes to your pipes?
Using these washing machine care tips to give your washing machine a makeover can help you avoid all the hassle of partially clean clothes, leaking, and even breakage that could put the appliance out of commission —
or worse, lead to malfunctions and costly water damage.
Are you feeling lost wondering which pipes are best for you? Perhaps you’re planning on investing in a new home and want to check on the pipes? Or maybe your pipes at home are in dire need of replacement? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you’ve come to the right place.
Clean and healthy water is one of every family’s basic necessities. None of us wants to risk drinking contaminated tap water. Read more.
A running toilet is a scene straight out of a homeowner’s horror film: you wake up one beautiful morning, coffee in hand, you check your water bill, and it turns out to be much, much more than what you normally pay monthly.
Water is one of the most used resources in the world, and almost every household uses it as a major utility. Unfortunately, a huge percentage of water used is actually water lost through leaks and faulty systems.
According to the EPA, about 10 percent of households waste roughly 90 gallons of water on leaks alone every single day.
They say that those who fail to prepare are preparing to fail. This is true in many ways, such as in the case of your home’s plumbing and outdoor spaces.
The rainy season can be unforgiving. We see the proof of this on the news channels and, unfortunately, sometimes in our own homes.
Home water leaks can cause water damage almost anywhere in your home. Leaks are also a significant source of water waste for many households. Some leaks are obvious, such as dripping faucets, dishwasher leaks, and leaking water heaters. Unfortunately, many leaks go undetected for years because the source of the leak is not visible.
Cleaning your roof drain should be part of the regular maintenance of your property to avoid damages that could cost you a fortune.
Understanding the causes of roof drain clogs and how you can clean out your roof drain, and actually doing it on a yearly basis at a minimum, will go a long way towards keeping disasters to a minimum. Results? You save money.