If you have a hole in your home's heating and cooling duct work, it can cause the system to work harder in order to keep the temperature regulated. This can make your energy bill skyrocket and can also prevent your home from feeling comfortable during hotter and colder months. Fortunately, a hole in your duct work is easy to repair and can be done with a few tools and some easy steps.
5 February 2016
Does your faucet make a wheezing, whistling or screeching sound whenever you turn on the water? This can be a real nuisance when you're using the water while others are sleeping. Even in the middle of the day, the noises can send shivers up your spine! Don't ignore that noisy faucet any longer. Chances are, one of these quick fixes will put an end to the noise – and if they don't, your plumber should be able to fix it pretty easily.
28 January 2016
If you use too much water, then you might be putting unnecessary strain on your pipes and faucets. However, there are quite a few other reasons that you might want to cut down on your water usage as well. Maybe you have become more environmentally-conscious or maybe you just don't want to continue to pay your current utility prices. Regardless of why, there are a variety of ways that you can go about reducing your water usage.
20 January 2016
If you have noticed that you have various plumbing issues going on around the house, you probably know that you should hire a plumber soon. However, due to the cost or other issues, you might be putting it off. Although you might not think that it's a very big deal to wait to hire a plumber, you should know that delaying plumbing work can result in much more serious problems. These are some of the potential issues that you might find yourself dealing with if you don't hire a plumber to come in and address your plumbing issues soon.
12 January 2016
Do you know what to do in the event that your water line bursts? The quicker you can get the water turned off, the less time you will spend cleaning up and the less damage will be done. If you don't know how to shut off the main water supply to your home, it's about time you learn before you find yourself swimming in your living room because you had no idea how to shut off the water when your water line bursts.
5 January 2016
Frozen pipes can be a problem in areas of the country where the temperatures drop to levels below freezing during the winter. Knowing how to identify frozen pipes and what to do about them can help you take care of your home and prevent winter plumbing problems. How can you tell if your pipes are frozen? If your pipes are frozen, your first indication will likely be a lack of water coming from the spigot when you turn on the affected faucet in the morning.
24 December 2015
While durability and visual appeal are factors homeowners and landlords like to consider during a bathroom remodel, there is one factor more important than any other when choosing bathroom flooring. That factor is moisture. Arguably, your bathroom builds up more moisture than any room in your home and it does so quickly. For this reason, whether or not a type of flooring gets along with moisture should be your biggest concern when choosing a flooring.
16 December 2015
When it comes to your bathroom, you want to make sure that you have a toilet that you only have to flush once and everything is gone. Additionally, it is nice to have a toilet that needs minimal repairs. Here are some of the pros and cons of installing a vacuum assisted toilet in your house, as well as a basic review of how this type of toilet works. The Basics Of How A Vacuum Assist Toilet Works
9 December 2015
Modern bathrooms often feature a bathtub that also operates as a shower, depending on how you switch the water flow. You step into the bathtub one day, turn on the water, switch on the shower – and nothing happens. The water was running out of the bathtub faucet without issue so you know there's no problem in your water line. What went wrong? There are a couple of potential reasons why the water came out of your bathtub but not the showerhead.
30 November 2015
In order to prevent your sink from experiencing any potential leaks, it needs to be sealed during installation using a sealant. One of the best sealants for sealing a sink drain is silicone. It gives an airtight seal and will hold up to any external elements. If a seal is applied properly it can last for years without any problems. Silicone is not as easy to apply as plumber's putty, but with a few tips, it can last longer.
20 November 2015