Many homeowners face problems with low water pressure. This is especially prevalent in apartments on the top floor. It is because water loses its pressure when it goes up vertically. In fact, for every one pound of pressure lost, the water has to climb up by two feet. » Read more
Pay attention to the signs that are telling you that your water heater is about to Fail!
Efficient plumbing is necessary for any house or business, so that it can provide the right balance of security and facility. We often come across plumbing issues that resulted from minor mistakes. » Read more
Homeowners and tenants only have access to a few plumbing tools. This makes it difficult for people to address minor plumbing issues. But fret not; professional plumbing services such as ours are only a call away. » Read more
Eliminate the odor from Kitchen drains and toilets by fixing the issues that causing it. » Read more
Unbearable odors emitted by drains could be a result of multiple things. And just like most things, the only way to deal with the problem is going to its root cause. » Read more
We’re all quite aware of the warning signs. The sink starts taking longer than usual to drain. There’s a water pond around your feet while taking a shower. And not to forget – the not-so-pleasant odor that fills up your house. These are all common signs that your drains are at the verge of getting clogged. And then suddenly one day, your bathroom drain gets completely choked. However, without delaying things further, you must make preparations to deal with this menace – or face the rage of rupturing pipes or ineffective bathrooms. » Read more
Water heaters are essential appliances that offer you comfort and add functionality to your home. A disturbance in the hot water supply means you have a problem that needs to be addressed immediately. Nevertheless, heater parts can be subject to mineral buildups and corrosion over time. On top of that, if you don’t conduct regular maintenance checks, you could be setting up the heater for failure any time soon.
Fortunately, there are some early signs of water heater failure you should keep an eye out for, so that you can take remedial steps at the right time.
Hot Water That Tastes Metallic Or Smells Different
As most water heaters are made of iron, they tend to rust over time. Iron or iron bacteria can easily dissolve in the water and flow through. At times, the amount of iron being dissolved in the water can be dramatic enough to change the smell and taste of the water.
Never ignore this sign, and make sure you conduct a water heater inspection immediately.