Water heaters are a modern convenience you likely count on much more than you realize. You need to make sure you learn about water heaters as doing so will help you to take proper care of yours. This includes noticing right away if it begins acting up, recognizing when you need it replaced, and more. Here is a guide to residential water heaters that, as a homeowner, you should read.
7 April 2021
PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) is the material of choice for plumbing in many new residential construction projects, but copper remains ubiquitous across much of the United States. Many plumbers prefer PEX due to its ease of installation, but what should you do when a pipe fails in a home that still uses copper? Copper Pipe Failures: Repair vs. Replacement Copper pipe is highly corrosion-resistant and can last for an exceptionally long time under ideal conditions.
11 March 2021
Every home needs an air conditioner (AC) to provide a comfortable indoor environment, improve air quality, reduce insects and parasites, and eliminate pollutants. However, over time, the AC may develop problems due to clogged condenser coils and drains, blocked filters, low refrigerant, fan issues, and thermostat problems. When you notice the warning signs, you should hire a professional to solve AC problems before the system fails. Below are signs you need AC repairs.
9 February 2021
Your dishwasher usually connects to your kitchen sink drain. It may attach above the garbage disposal, and then the water goes through the disposal before heading on through the drain. When your dishwasher won't drain or is backed up, the problem could be with the kitchen drain rather than the dishwasher. Here are some things to try when your dishwasher won't drain. Run The Garbage Disposal To Clean It Out
12 January 2021