2020

My blog focuses on teaching homeowners more about their plumbing, so that you can enjoy what you have and troubleshoot new problems.

When To Unclog Your Drain Yourself And When To Hire A Pro

12 August 2020
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Unclogging a drain is almost a rite of passage for many homeowners. It's usually one of the first things that can happen to a house; fortunately, it's also one of the simplest fixes that you can perform. That is, until traditional DIY fixes don't work. If that's the case, then you'll need to hire a professional drain cleaning service to help you out. Here's how to know when a clog is something you can handle on your own, and when you'll need to contact a plumber. Read More …

Should You Adjust The Temperature On My Water Heater?

24 July 2020
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If you're the kind of person who absolutely loves hot showers, one of the first things you most likely did when you moved into your new house was check the temperature on the water heater. If that's you, you may want to think again. Once about every minute, someone in the United States is admitted to the hospital for a burn that needs treatment. Many are caused by water from a consumer household appliance. Read More …

Septic Repairs Completed When Your Drainage Field Floods With Water

22 June 2020
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Septic tanks sometimes need repairs and there are some obvious signs that a repair service is required. This is true if you notice that your drainage field is filled with water, or even worse, contaminated with sewage. In this case, there are a few different repairs that a professional may need to complete. Keep reading to learn what they are. Baffle Replacement Your septic tank has a variety of different parts and pieces that prevent sewage from entering into the drainage field. Read More …

Tankless Water Heater Installation & Things to Know

14 May 2020
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Although it easy to heat up cold water on a stove, it isn't convenient when it comes to wanting to take a hot shower or clean clothes with hot water in a washing machine. Most households use water heaters as a method for obtaining hot water, but there can be a problem when numerous people in the household are using hot water at the same time. For example, a water heater that has a tank is only able to heat up a certain amount of water at a time, which means that it can turn cold in the middle of taking a shower when too many people are using it. Read More …

Five Mistakes To Avoid During An Emergency Plumbing Leak

21 April 2020
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During a plumbing emergency, you might feel like you're unable to contact a plumber because it is late at night or you might not expect the plumber to have his or her schedule open. You might try to perform the emergency repairs yourself. However, there are several mistakes you can make when repairing a leak that can actually cost you even more money than the cost of a plumber. 1. Not Having Necessary Tools Read More …

About Me
Enjoying Your Plumbing

When you think about the fixtures in your home that keep you happy, you probably take that bathtub, sink, and toilet for granted. However, if you have ever been asked to live without one of these crucial fixtures, you probably quickly discovered how important they really were. That bathtub can give you relief after a long day at the gym, and that toilet can become the most important plumbing device in your home if you come down with the stomach flu. My blog focuses on teaching homeowners more about their plumbing, so that you can enjoy what you have and troubleshoot new problems.