Plumbing emergencies can arise anywhere and anytime. Whether it’s a residential set-up or a commercial setting, these emergencies are more or less similar in nature. Most of us think we can take care of them ourselves and attempt to do so. But this can make matters worse. » Read more
Clogged drains are the most commonly occurred plumbing issue. Even though they can be easily prevented with regular good habits and some caution, there are still too many instances of neglected pipes which get clogged. » Read more
At times, wear and tear and certain faults may require your water heater to be replaced before its time.
Check out the common warning signs which tell that it’s time to replace your water heater. » Read more
A plumbing system amounts to around 15% of a home’s total value. It’s an integrated system of different plumbing components subject to clogging and wear and tear over time. Preventive maintenance helps slow down this rate of depreciation and avoids any unwanted emergencies. » Read more
Emergencies neither respect business hours nor wait for your holidays to end. This applies to plumbing emergencies as well. A single leak in a pipe might sound like a lot to worry about, but if it’s middle of the night and you don’t have a plumber’s contact number on speed dial, you might incur huge property losses. » Read more
According to the Washington Post, America loses one trillion gallons of water every year to water leaks. While you sleep away and ignore your dripping faucet, thinking it’s not a big problem, you’re unknowingly contributing to this alarming figure. This is why plumbing services are so important. » Read more
Undetected water leaks can cause damage that requires expensive repairs.
Here are a few signs which tell that your house needs a professional leak detection. » Read more
Most of us don’t consider small faucets leaks the cause of much wastage. But think of it this way: a single leaky faucet in your house loses a couple of drops every few seconds. Now if a couple of faucets are constantly leaking in your house and in your neighbor’s house too, it adds up really fast. » Read more
For something as indispensable as a toilet, it’s not possible to ignore any faults or breakdowns, even for a day. The average person uses a toilet seat around 2500 times a year. Because of this regular use and importance, it should not only be cleaned at regular intervals but also inspected and repaired as needed. » Read more