Drainage systems found in modern homes don’t just handle water but a range of other waste materials. Unfortunately, most of us imagine it to be a bottomless pit in which anything can be thrown. This causes the drains to get clogged by things such as hair, grease, toothpaste, soap scum, and other particles. Severe clogging and lack of proper waste disposal eventually result in expensive repair or replacement costs. » Read more
Our bathrooms deal with so much every day! Whether it’s putting up with our morning tantrums or dealing with our evening weariness, they’ve always been there. » Read more
While you can replace the faucet or plunge your toilet, there is an array of jobs that you should not take in your hands.
Here is a list of plumbing problems that you shouldn’t resolve yourself. » Read more
According to IBHS, water heater failure is among the top five causes of residential damage. Here are few signs to look for that will tell you when it’s time for a repair: » Read more
You’re hosting a Christmas dinner! The food is prepared and your dining room is all set. But as you enter the kitchen, you’re greeted with a foul odor! Where did that come from?
No matter how many fresh fragrances you use, the smell just won’t go away. That’s because the problem lies in your drain line. » Read more
Nothing compares to the euphoria of walking into a new house. As you walk in, you can’t wait to get started with your interior design.
There’s nothing that can ruin your perfect moment. Except… » Read more
As a homeowner, you might have had to face a lot of plumbing issues—clogs, leaking faucets, garbage disposals that won’t budge, water heater trouble and whatnot!
This doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re aware of everything that could go wrong with your plumbing system. » Read more
A leaking pipe can cause several hundreds of dollars worth of damage if left unattended. The repair can be time-consuming and invasive. Leaks can occur due to blockages, damaged pipes or a loose connection. A leak under a concrete slab is particularly difficult to fix. It’s best to get repairs done before a full-blown problem arises. How do you detect a leak under heavy concrete? » Read more
The pilot light of a water heater is located at the bottom of the unit. Its main role is to ignite the burner that heats the water. A well-functioning water heater is an indication that there are no plumbing concerns. » Read more
Many old wives tales go around when it comes to plumbing. Here are some plumbing myths: » Read more