People who live in the countryside often have a septic system rather than having their homes hooked up to a central sewer system.
You’re sure to have had the experience of turning on the shower only to find it merely dripping rather than gushing.
Plumbing problems are intimidating for most homeowners. There is a tendency to just ignore them as long as they seem minor.
When winter approaches, we often concern ourselves with insulating windows and sealing updrafts that allow for heat to escape thus reducing our energy bill.
Because we now understand that it is very important to save water, most toilets do not have the flushing power they once had.
The plumbing in your home is one of the most important functional parts. When it is not working right, it can range from being inconvenient to ruining your house.
A tankless water heater heats water on demand, thus requiring less water than a traditional system.
In Nature, all animal and vegetable matter, from insects to mighty oaks, is broken down and recycled into plant food by enzymes and bacteria.
Not all homes are capable of taking advantage of some of the newer high-efficiency plumbing solutions, like low flow toilets, designed to reduce water consumption.