There’s nothing more frustrating than a problematic appliance that doesn’t perform properly—especially at times when you most want it to. If your dishwasher isn’t properly draining out, it may be a sign that your sewer line is clogged. Your dishwasher is connected to the water supply system and drainage system of your home’s plumbing. If there’s a functional distortion in either of these systems, it will ultimately effect the performance of your dishwasher. » Read more
A dysfunctional toilet can wreak havoc on a peaceful day, and it can be worse if you have guests over at your place. These emergencies occur when you least expect them to happen, which is why it’s better to be able to identify any problematic signs, before your toilet begins to act weird in front of a guest. » Read more
You can’t deny it. There’s something so oddly satisfying about watching the water in your sink swirl down the drain smoothly!
But it’s been a while since you’ve seen that happen. No matter what you do, your drain refuses to let things go down it easily. » Read more
It’s been six years since the Flint Water Crisis brought the reality of water quality in the United States to the fore. » Read more
Water heaters are a necessary comfort. Not to mention that they add a ton of resale value to your property’s value if you invest in the right option. But what kind of water heater should you choose? » Read more
What’s that sound?
It clinks, it churns. Once in a while, you even hear groans, as if there’s something in your home’s walls.
Could it be a spirit, telling you to run?
Nope! » Read more
If only you could read minds. More specifically, your dog’s mind!
Perhaps then you’d understand why, even after being told a thousand times, your beloved pet still thinks it’s fine to drink water from the toilet bowl or chew at exposed pipes in the kitchen! » Read more
Sewage systems are more complicated than they may look. To prolong the life of your plumbing system, you need to constantly maintain it and implement appropriate preventive measures. While you cannot fix plumbing issues on your own, you can identify what might be wrong and call for professional plumber for help. » Read more