Do you have a plumbing repair kit in your home to make emergency repairs quickly? Having everything you need in one bucket or box can help you eliminate some of the stress that comes with plumbing emergencies. On this blog, you will find out what you should have in your kit and some basic tips about making these repairs to avoid further damage to your home. It is my hope that you will find more than enough information to keep your home dry, your drains draining, and a peace of mind and lack of stress to tackle these dreaded household occurrences.
8 October 2015
If you want to add a sink to your garage or an outdoor shower for use after taking a dip in your pool, then you can think about installing the new water pipes yourself and attaching them to one of your main water lines or one of the pipes that already run outside. If you decide to do the job yourself, then you will need to make sure that you complete the job correctly, or you risk an imminent leak and a possibly costly repair.
5 October 2015
Nearly everyone knows that grease spells disaster in the drain, but what you may not know is that the problem isn't always immediate. You may also be surprised to learn of the hidden sources of fats and grease that make their way into your drain without your knowledge or consent. Learn how grease causes problems over time, how to avoid it, and what to do about grease buildup in your drains.
7 July 2015
If you're having trouble keeping your house cool despite the fact that you have central air, there may be a problem with the compressor. While problems such as leaves or debris around the compressor may be easy to fix, there are other things you should also watch for. One common cause of insufficient cooling is ice build-up inside the compressor. Here's a look at some of the common causes of ice accumulation and what you can do about them.