getting stuck in the middle of plumbing repairs

« Back to Home

Most Common Plumbing Emergencies

Posted on

As a homeowner, few things in life are more terrifying than a plumbing emergency. Though not very common, they can nonetheless bring your entire weekend to a screeching halt as you make plans to move your family somewhere they can enjoy running water and a functioning toilet. It’s times like that that you’ll be thankful emergency plumbers are available. On-call during nights, weekends, and even holidays, emergency plumbing services are available to handle any type of plumbing repair you can imagine.…

Read More »

The Biggest Myths About Clogged Drains That Tend To Get Homeowners In Trouble

Posted on

Pretty much every homeowner will be faced with a clogged drain at some point in their lives, and there are few things quite as frustrating. Thankfully, there are professional drain cleaning services that can help. A few big myths tend to lead homeowners into more trouble with a clogged drain than what they started out with.  Myth: Clogged drains clear on their own with enough hot water. Many clogs form due to the collection of grease, soap solids, hair, and food particles.…

Read More »

Signs You Might Need A New Water Line

Posted on

All homes with running water have a main water line that brings water either from the public system or from the well into the home. Most homeowners assume that this water line is a permanent fixture that will last for the life of the home, and sometimes, that is the case. However, sometimes main water lines do give way, springing leaks or partially collapsing. It’s important to know the signs that this has occurred so you can act accordingly and have your water line replaced if needed.…

Read More »

3 Ways The Plumbing In Your Mobile Home Can Differ From An Ordinary House

Posted on

If you happen to be one of the more than 17 million people in America that live in a mobile home, you likely already know that there are certain things about your home that are different from the usual house. From the absence of a solid foundation to a difference in windows, you can find all kinds of differences in the structure and functional components of these dwellings. One thing many mobile home owners don’t realize is that even the plumbing can be rather different.…

Read More »

Taking Top-Notch Care of Your Bathroom Plumbing

Posted on

Without a functional bathroom, is a house even a home? So how do you keep your bathroom plumbing in top-notch shape so that it continues working well? Start by following these tips.  1. Clean your aerators often. The aerators are the little devices on the ends of your faucets that add air to the water to make the water pressure seem higher than it is. They tend to get clogged with minerals over time.…

Read More »

Three Fun Inlay Options For Your Custom Cabinet Doors

Posted on

Generally, when you have a cabinet door made, that door consists of four pieces of wood arranged in a frame-like manner, plus a center panel. The center panel is made of flat wood. Recently, however, cabinet makers have been becoming a little more experimental, and they’ve been using different inlays for their cabinet door center panels. Here are three unique inlay options you might want to consider if you’re having custom cabinets made.…

Read More »

Three AC Compressor Maintenance Tips

Posted on

Your compressor is one of the most important parts of your air conditioning unit. It contains the motor that drives the compression of the refrigerant, without which your AC won’t be able to cool your home. In other words, if the compressor fails then so does your air conditioner. Proper air conditioning maintenance of the compressor can help you avoid this problem. 1. Clear the Outdoor Environs The compressor is located inside the exterior AC unit, which is typically installed next to the house or on the roof.…

Read More »

3 Potential Issues Your Septic System May Be Facing And How To Resolve Them

Posted on

Does your home have a septic system? Are you suddenly staring at some sort of issue, and do you want to know what’s going on before you call in an expert for assistance? No matter what type of sewage disposal system you have, surprises can happen at any time. Thankfully, there are some concerns that may seem huge but are actually relatively simple fixes. A few potential issues that you may be facing and their possible solutions include:…

Read More »

Troubleshooting A Gas Furnace Water Leak

Posted on

Unplanned-for water leaks in a home can be quite damaging. They can ruin your hardwood flooring, increase incidences of mold attacks in your home, create ugly marks on your walls and even cause rotting of wooden parts of the support beams of your house. One of the most common unplanned-for leaks in a home is a gas furnace water leak. Here is what you should know about the likely cause of your furnace water leak problems.…

Read More »

The Truth Behind Some Common Sewer System Misconceptions

Posted on

As a new homeowner, you’re likely to hear many misconceptions about different aspects of the home. One of the most common targets for home care misconceptions is the sewer system. Unfortunately, many homeowners find themselves falling for some of these widespread falsehoods. Here are a few of the things that you should understand about your home’s sewer system and plumbing to ensure its proper condition and flow. Your main sewer line is the central vein of your plumbing.…

Read More »