Part of being a homeowner is being able to repair and replace items around the house as necessary, faucets, air filters, and even toilets. But one thing you should never replace, under nearly any circumstance, is your hot water heater. This is one of those projects that is best left up to a professional, and not something you should attempt after watching a few videos on the internet. Why? The reasons are very simple.
22 June 2020
Issues with your main water line can be costly and inconvenient. Not only will a leak in the line lead to wasted water, it can also compromise the quality of the water in your home. The following are five signs that you may need to have the supply line replaced. 1. Loss In Water Pressure There are three common causes for a loss in water pressure — a failure of a pressure regulator valve, reduced pressure from the municipal source, or a leak in your main water supply line.
19 May 2020
When your garbage disposal is clogged or jammed, you might end up with a mess in your sink. Even if the clog isn't backed up, you want to get your disposal working again as soon as possible. Garbage disposals have to be replaced sometimes rather than repaired, but you or a plumber might be able to clear a clog or jammed impeller. Here are some things to try. Just remember to unplug the disposal before you work on it.
15 April 2020
A plumber will deal with pipe leaks, problems with your water heater, and other issues with your plumbing system. You can't prevent every plumbing emergency from occurring, but you can make a decision whether you need help immediately or you can wait to call your plumber during normal business hours. In general, if you are not able to stop the water and you are at risk of causing damage to your property, you need an emergency plumber to come to your home.
11 March 2020