Plumbing is necessary for modern living. Homeowners today need to keep their eyes open all the time since a plumbing emergency can occur anytime of the day.
Solving a plumbing problem is never easy. It requires expert skills and knowledge. Many homeowners, however, try and fix plumbing problems in their homes themselves, and eventually suffer when the problem exceeds their abilities. » Read more
They are various reasons for water heater to leak.
- Life Span : 8-15 years is the normal life span of any water heater. After that it the body gets rusted and rot which cause leakage.
- Overflow: Most of the time water leakage is caused by overflow. This is due to the intake of heater exceeds its capacity.
- Corrosion: Rust or corrosion damages the bottom of the water heater which result in water leaks.
- Valve Malfunction: If the temperature or pressure valve have failed, then water heater is not able to hold water from leaking.
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You step into the shower, turn on the tap expecting a great supply of hot water. But instead all you get in return is an inadequate stream of water pour down over your body that leaves you disappointed—and at times shivering.
Yes, we have all been in this situation before. This is only one of the many inconveniences that low water pressure can cause for homeowners. » Read more
When ample amounts of water flow into the sewer system, it can become flooded and cause great trouble for any structure that it services. One of the most common issues that homeowners have to face in such a situation is deal with sewer backups.
Sewer backups can occur in homes due to an overflowing septic system or clogging of the city’s sewer lines, among other reasons. » Read more
Homeowners often make the mistake of considering plumbing problems as minor. But our experience over the years has only showed that these minor problems lead to major repairs later on.
If even a minor issue, like a faucet dripping is solved at the earliest, it saves homeowners from a lot of inconvenience, and most importantly keeps the house in shape. » Read more
Hurricane is one of the most the natural disaster which brings strong winds and heavy rainfalls with them which could affects your plumbing.
Clogged drainage is the main concern. Hurricanes cause drain clogging which puts sewer system in serious damage. » Read more
All you need to know about dual flush toilets. Its history, types and uses.
Victor Papanek is the genius behind the idea of flush toilets which he proposed in 1976.
There are basically two types of flush toilets. First type is half flush, use approximate of 3L of water to flush liquid waste. The other type is “Full Flush” which is for solid waste. » Read more
It comes as no surprise when the average American is known to produce over 21.5 million tons of food waste in a year.
Not all of the food waste goes straight into the trash. Most of it tends to often go down the drain when doing the dishes.
A garbage disposal can prove to be a mighty great appliance for an average household. With its ability to break down and discard food remains, it keeps your drain clog-free. » Read more
According to the Washington Post, a simple drip from a leak leads to over 34 million gallons of water per year?
That’s water gone down the drain—somewhat literally—and high utility bills!
However, when you talk about plumbing, the first thought that comes to mind is indoor plumbing. » Read more