What You Should Know About Toilet Maintenance

When it comes to taking care of the plumbing around your home you have a lot of areas to pay attention to. One of those parts of your plumbing that you have to pay attention to are the toilets in your bathrooms. While it is true that they are pretty low maintenance, there are still things you should do to keep them running the way they should and avoid problems that can arise with them. Read More 

Some Like It Hot: Heating A Home Addition

Having adequate living space is critical for many homeowners. Rather than investing in a new home, many people opt to expand their existing property by constructing an addition. While a home addition can give you the extra space you need, heating this new square footage can be a challenge. Here are three things that you need to think about when it comes to heating a new home addition in the future. Read More 

Meeting Your Match: Choosing The Right Plumber

You may be searching for the plumber of your dreams: the kind of plumber who responds quickly to your emergencies, charges a fair rate, and gives you free advice. What you are really looking for is the type of guy or girl you'd like to date. In fact, some people suggest marrying a plumber. Although you don't need to take that drastic of a step, you should look for the following qualities when you hire a plumbing professional. Read More 

Seemingly Weird Plumbing Problems And Their Solutions

One of the biggest mysteries is your home's plumbing systems. You can face so many different strange plumbing problems or scenarios that may seem completely illogical and just plain weird to you. However, generally speaking, there are usually straightforward explanations for even the strangest situations. Get to know a few of these seemingly weird plumbing problems and their solutions to help you better handle your home's plumbing. When You Run Your Dishwasher, Water Fills Up In The Sinks Read More 

Preparing Your Home’s Heating And Plumbing For Extended Winter Vacancy

If you're a person who likes to take long winter vacations of at least a month or more, or you have a home that you only use in the warmer months, then you need to prepare your plumbing and heating systems for the winter. Leaving the home vacant for long periods during freezing weather may have serious consequences if you haven't had it prepared. Anything that stores water, even a small amount, can potentially freeze and burst. Read More