Having to take cold baths due to a gas water heater malfunctioning can be a frustrating situation to be in. You can actually prevent your water heater from experiencing untimely problems by hiring a plumber to perform preventative maintenance on it. The key is to detect small problems and get them repaired before they turn into larger problems that are more difficult to repair. Your water heater can last for a long time if it is well taken care of throughout the years.
14 June 2017
If you've just invested in your first commercial property to open up a restaurant or cafe, one of the first things on your list to deal with should be the plumbing system. You may think that it's fine if things appear to be flowing and draining like they should, but in order to keep it that way, there are some things you need to do. One of the things you should consider is having a local commercial plumber hydrojet the lines.
7 June 2017
There may come a time where you want to move the gas water heater in your home to a new location. It could be to free up room in your basement for a remodeling project, or to gain back a closet that is being used for the large appliance. Moving a water heater is always possible, but it can have a few unforeseen problems that arise when doing so. Moving the Gas Line
3 June 2017
Realizing that a toilet isn't flushing properly can fill anyone with dread, but if coupled with the realization that you don't have access to a toilet plunger, it can incite panic. While every household should have a toilet plunger for situations like these, if you find yourself without one, there is still a way to clear the toilet. Read on to learn how you can clear most common clogs without a toilet plunger.
20 May 2017
Plumbing emergencies often seem to sneak up out of nowhere. Your toilet flushes fine one night, only for you to wake up the next morning and find that you can't get the water to evacuate the commode no matter how hard you try. When situations like this arise you try to do everything in your power to remedy the issue. If all of your efforts are in vain, you know you're going to need a plumber.
17 May 2017
The kitchen is one of the major strongholds of productivity in the home. Whether you're preparing a meal, cleaning the dishes, or just getting a drink of water while getting on with your life, the sink is an investment with quite a few features that you won't appreciate unless they're broken. If you're tired of taking out heavy, stinky trash bags full of food or don't know what that weird taste is in your water, consider a few plumbing repair and upgrade options for your kitchen sink.
11 May 2017
If you want to make the most of your home ownership, you'll need to wrap your mind around the best ways to care for the plumbing. Your pipes, plumbing appliances, drains, and all other facets of your plumbing require some diligence in order to keep them running and to maintain their overall value. In addition to knowing some repair rules of thumb as a homeowner, you'll also want to reach out to plumbing contractor that can provide for you.
6 May 2017
There are a lot of products, chemicals, and gadgets that are sold in order to help you deal with a clogged toilet. While it might be tempting to give all of them a try, it might be easier to simply know when it is time to go ahead and call in a professional plumber. This way, you will be able to save yourself from frustration, a lot of lost money, and a potentially large mess.
3 May 2017
If you've been gone all winter, it's time to get your home ready for summer living. In addition to the typical cleaning and maintenance you'll need to perform, you should also conduct a thorough inspection of the plumbing. Your home could have developed some minor plumbing issues during the winter. Unfortunately, if they're overlooked, they could turn into costly problems later. To make sure your plumbing is ready for summer, here are three quick steps you should take.
30 April 2017
With the price of home energy these days, it's more important than ever to make changes to keep your home running efficiently. Many people turn to their heating system when making energy-efficient changes, but there's another system to consider, too: your pipes. Insulating your hot water pipes can reduce your energy use considerably. Are your pipes insulated? If you're not sure whether or not your pipes are already insulated, you're not alone.
27 April 2017