Water hammering is a very powerful force that can occur in any plumbing system. The main reason behind it is frequent and abrupt changes in water flow. Most people can recognize the existence of water hammering in residential plumbing systems, but only professionals realize the disastrous impact it can have.
What Homeowners Need To Know About Sneaky Plumber Tricks We’ve seen enough and we can’t stand it anymore! It’s time for us to educate our readers about the dirty tricks that unreliable plumbers employ to con them. In this blog, we’ll be discussing three sneaky plumbing tricks that every homeowner should know about. So, let’s […]
Gas leaks can be extremely dangerous if left unaddressed eventually leading to fatalities and loss of life and property.
According to Forbes, just by being wary of minor leaks, you can prevent major disasters and water damage inside your home. This applies to kitchen sink leaks as well. To get to the bottom of the problem, read on: Drain Leaks When a drain is installed, the plumber seals it with putty in order to prevent […]
According to Forbes, it’s essential that you adjust your monthly budget to have some allowance for home maintenance! This includes plumbing emergencies and repairs. This is because plumbing emergencies can wreak havoc on your house if not handled in a timely manner—especially if they take place in the bathroom! Let’s talk about bathroom plumbing repairs […]
5 Plumbing Facts Every Homeowner Should Know Home plumbing is more complex than people make it out to be. But it’s still important to take a deep dive and learn about the drainage and plumbing system in your property to ensure better maintenance. Here are five plumbing facts to get you started: Let’s get started!
The shocking death of a 12-year-old girl several years ago led Texas state officials to pass a bill in 2019 that requires operators to remove some of the most dangerous pipes in the state.
The Risks of Hiring an Unlicensed Plumber There was a guy named John. He lived in a beautiful home with a panoramic view of the ocean. One day, he woke up and went to the bathroom, but the pipes were clogged. “It’s a just a simple plumbing issue,” he said, before calling the first (unlicensed) […]
Backing and slow-moving drains are often a result of tough clogs. Whatever preventive measures you take, your drains are prone to developing clogs over time because of everything that goes inside them—from toilet paper and food debris to soap scum and sometimes even kids’ toys.