With only a small hole and a slim track for water to enter and exit the home, it’s no wonder that so many drains get clogged.
When looking to fix low water pressure, your first step is to identify the cause of the problem.
When you buy an old house, you may feel you have gotten a great bargain—until you begin working on the plumbing, that is.
If you live in an older home, hidden leaks are inevitable. You may not see where the leak is, but your water bill will undoubtedly tell you that something’s wrong.
Gas line leaks are a common plumbing problem, and they can be disastrous. That’s why you must know how to maintain your gas lines.
Plumbing. It’s one of the most underappreciated parts of a building—until something goes wrong, that is.
Nothing is as frustrating as taking a shower only to find that the water isn’t draining.
Whether it’s a clog in your bathtub or a back-up in one of your drains, any blockage in your plumbing is no fun.
When you find your garbage disposal is not working, it can be quite frustrating, but often the problem can be easily fixed.
For many people, the only way they find out that they have water heater problems is when they try to take a bath/shower, only to discover there’s no hot water.