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.
30 June 2020
Although you might have hired a plumber at some point in the past, you might have never hired one outside of regular business hours. Now, though, you might be in a situation in which you are thinking about calling a plumber in the middle of the night. This can be a strange situation to be in, but you'll probably find it to be pretty easy if you follow the tips below.
26 May 2020
One of the major issues that needs to be addressed when you have a new water heater installed is pressure regulation. Hot water results in steam, which can cause even a brand new water heater to leak or even to burst open. Fortunately, installation code typically requires some pressure relief devices. The following are the types of devices you need to make sure are installed at the same time as your new hot water heater.
24 April 2020
When something goes wrong with your plumbing, your best bet is typically to call a plumber. But which plumber, and when? Do you wait until your normal plumber opens and give them a call, or do you call the emergency plumber right then and there? Well, that depends. Here's a look at some common plumbing situations — plus some clarification as to whether or not they're emergencies. A Clogged Sink
20 March 2020
Most homeowners are alert to the most common plumbing problems, such as under-sink leaks, dripping faucets, and clogs, but pipe corrosion can go undetected until after extensive water damage has already occurred. Understand the causes and signs of pipe corrosion so you can catch problems before they lead to the need for expensive and time-consuming repairs. Causes of Corrosion Corrosion, which eats through metal, only affects metal pipes. In most homes, the visible pipes under the sink are likely made of PVC, but metal pipes may still run through your walls in areas where you can't easily see them.
19 February 2020
If you are in need of comfort in your home, the best thing you can do is reach out to a credible air conditioning repair contractor. Since air conditioners use approximately 60 cents of energy per hour in your household, you will need to take full ownership over this and give these units the help that they need to thrive. The more that you look into quality air conditioning service in your home, the easier it'll be to put it on and put full trust in the service that you are going to get.