How To Get Your Home's Water Heater Ready For Winter


The winter is definitely one time you do not want your home's hot water heater to fail. Not only will you have to take a cold shower with the cold weather, but there is a chance that your water pipes can freeze without the hot water running through your home. Here are some things to do to get the hot water tank in good condition prior to winter. Inspect the Bottom of the Tank

11 December 2017

4 Things A Plumber Can Do At Your Home


The key to having the least amount of stress in life may rest in ensuring your home is in the best condition. You will want to be certain to have all of your plumbing needs met, and there are many times you may need to rely on a plumber to assist you. It's a great idea to know precisely how this professional can help you with various plumbing projects you may need to get completed.

8 August 2017

Advantages Of In-Floor Heating


Traditional furnaces were designed in a time when the government did not have regulations on the minimum efficiency of a furnace. Thus, an older furnace can be as little as 56% efficient. In other words, for every dollar you spend on heating your home forty-four cents are wasted. While modern furnaces can be as much as 98% efficient, you may consider going with a non-traditional option such as in-floor heating to get even better results.

2 August 2017

Don't Get Left Out In The Heat: 4 Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs Maintenance


Summer is in full-swing. If you're in the middle of heatwave, you want to stay as cool as possible. Unfortunately, that's not always possible, especially when your air conditioner chooses the hottest part of the summer to break down. Luckily, there are a few tell-tale signs your air conditioner might present you with that will help you identify potential problems before they lead to full-fledged malfunction. To make sure your air conditioner doesn't experience a full-blown breakdown this summer, here are four issues you should be on the lookout for.

26 July 2017

What Causes Low Water Pressure in a Bath & Shower?


Trying to take a bath or shower with low water pressure is as inefficient as it is frustrating, but before you worry about faulty pipes and expensive repairs, take a look at your fixtures and your water heater. A single inexpensive part in some of these fixtures can cause water pressure for your whole shower to drop. You may also find the answer to your problem in a shut-off valve that isn't completely open.

25 July 2017

Choosing The Best Tub For Your Family


When you find yourself in the market for a new tub, you may want to resist the simplicity of just going with the same model you currently have. This is your chance to make a change that may end up working out very well for you and your family. There are some different considerations and thoughts you should toss around to make sure you end up going with the right one.

17 July 2017

What Can You Do To Lower Water Usage In Your Home?


Lowering your home's water consumption is not only good for your budget, but it also helps the environment. You can commit to using less water by implementing some changes in behavior, such as turning off the water while brushing your teeth, but it might not be enough. However, changes to your home's plumbing could make a difference. Here are a few suggestions to help lower water waste in your home.

12 July 2017

3 Plumbing Concerns To Be Worried About In Your Motel


If you own your own motel, one thing that you should pay plenty of attention to is ensuring that the plumbing throughout the motel is in good condition. These are some of the main concerns that you may want to think about when it comes to your motel: 1. Water Conservation It's not a bad idea for anyone to be concerned about water conservation. However, in a motel, you will probably really be able to tell the difference if you make some changes to help conserve water.

6 July 2017

Where Do Families Use The Most Water?


Water conservation is a task that every household can play a role in. Conserving water will help you stretch natural resources further, but it's also becoming more of an important economic move as water prices go up in many areas. Here is a look at some of the biggest water expenditures, and how you can conserve water in each area. Showers and Baths In general, showers consume more water than baths.

28 June 2017

Simple Preventive Drain Cleaning Services That You Can Perform Yourself


While some aspects of residential plumbing, such as drain cleaning  are best left to the professionals, there are a few simple and inexpensive tasks that you can do to avoid potential drain problems and save yourself your money as well. None of these tasks require special physical prowess or skills, and mostly allow you to escape the more smelly and dirty aspects of residential drain cleaning. Keeping your drains clear without using harmful chemicals 

21 June 2017