Tips & Tricks
Hiring a professional plumber can be expensive. But the idea of doing a plumbing job yourself sounds intimidating. It doesn’t have to be with some simple plumbing tips.
A leaking tap can be such a frustrating problem. Whether it’s the repetitive dripping noise, drip-dropping in your sink or bath, or it’s causing progressive flooding in your home – there are plenty of reasons why you should get it fixed.
Do you have a stubborn clog that you can’t seem to get rid of? Depending on what the cause of the clog is, and which drain is clogged, a drain snake might be the answer you’re looking for.
Uh-oh! You’ve turned on the shower, you’ve waited, and you’ve waited some more. There’s still no hot water, so you check the sink faucet. And then the one in the kitchen.
If you want your furnace to continue working in optimum condition, you need a routine furnace inspection. Read on to discover the benefits of scheduling one.
You can spend anywhere from $500 to $5,000 for a new water heater. If you’ve recently moved into a new place or just replaced your tank, running into a problem could be deeply frustrating.
If you’re in need of finding a replacement, especially if your home has been operating with a more vintage water heater for many years, then it is vital to find something that is top of the line.