Sewer lines are hidden underground, and their malfunction often goes unnoticed, eventually causing vast amounts of damage to the home and endangering your health. It’s good practice to understand how a sewer drain works and what causes sewer backups to be able to take precautionary measures. Here are a few reasons that might cause sewer backups in your lines. […]
Can you smell sewer fumes from your toilets and pipes? It could be a warning sign of a damaged sewer line. Although it is hidden underground, it can wreak a lot of havoc. Sewer lines are the main pipes that carry all the liquid and solid waste away from house. If sewer lines are damaged, […]
Kitchen and bathrooms are considered the most essential and the dirtiest places in a house. While a home maker’s priority is to make sure the house looks aesthetically pleasing and clean, sometimes self-driven temporary quick fixes cause more harm than good. Here are signs you should never ignore as they indicate your house needs a professional […]
Plumbing emergencies can occur at anytime, anyplace, and with anyone. If a plumbing problem pops up, there’s no need to panic. Although the safest way to avoid a catastrophe is by contacting a 24-hour professional plumbing service, here are some tips to minimize costs and inconvenience caused by plumbing emergencies and a few ways you can ensure […]
The 2018 report on landfill waste composition by the US Environmental Protection Agency indicated that landfills accounted for 146.2 million tons of municipal solid waste (MSW). Food waste was the largest component, at 24%.
Pipe leakages are a major urban drainage issue from an environmental perspective. In fact, many companies overdesign sewage systems just to cope with heavy rains and water leakages.
The plumbing system is one of the most critical aspects of our homes. The plumbing network supplies your home with clean water, effectively drains any wastage, and makes sure the waterworks around our house run smoothly. However, installing and repairing plumbing networks can be complicated, and may require professional assistance.
Today, we’re going talk about the parts of a home that get the most attention from homeowners: the plumbing. Never mind. Who are we kidding? It’s usually the most ignored part of the house that gets very little attention UNTIL things go wrong.
Did you know that a leaky faucet wastes hundreds of gallons each year? This amount is enough to fill a swimming pool! Water leaks are not only wasteful, but can also invite harmful mold and mildew. Here are some ways to detect water leaks:
We’ve all experienced the plaque of low water pressure at some point or another. Consistent water pressure is essential for daily activities such as showering, cooking, laundry and so on. Along with being an inconvenience, low water pressure can also signify a serious plumbing issue. Here are some common causes of low water pressure: