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.
10 January 2017
There are four main areas in your home where you use water: your kitchen, your bathroom, your laundry room, and your yard. Since you use water in different ways in each of these areas, it only makes sense for you to take a different approach to water conservation in each area. If you're looking to reduce your water use, here are some tips to help you accomplish that in each of the four areas.
18 October 2016
Believe it or not, Thanksgiving can be a busy time for the average plumber. That's because countless people wind up battling drain clogs during and after Thanksgiving dinner, with fats and grease being the usual causes of a sudden clog. If you don't want to invite the local plumber to your next Thanksgiving dinner, you should follow these tips for keeping your kitchen sink drains clog-free. Use Your Garbage Can, Not Your Garbage Disposal
14 September 2016
It is important to maintain your home's water heater to keep it running efficiently and last its full expected 15-year lifetime. Draining your water heater to clear out any sediment in its tank can be difficult without knowing the right steps to take. Here are some instructions to help make the process easy to complete. Clean Sediment Annually It is recommended to clean out any sediment inside your water heater once a year. This will help your water heater work more efficiently and save your power bill.
24 August 2016
When you become a homeowner, there are many tasks you need to complete on a continual basis, such as annual inspections of major house structures and appliances. This includes checkups of your heating and air conditioning system. While you may know that you should get your air conditioning system checked in the spring and your heating system inspected in early fall, you may be curious as to exactly what HVAC professionals do during these inspections.
8 August 2016
Holding a large picnic is a great way to celebrate Labor Day with family and friends. As you plan the picnic, you want to limit the mess and chaos to the outside of your home. By cutting off foot traffic into your home, you can prevent extra messes, and you do not need to worry about anyone rummaging through your stuff or exploring different rooms in the home. One of the easiest ways to stop people from entering your home is by providing all of their needs outdoors.