3 Problems With Leaking Sinks And What Can Be Done To Fix Them

The sinks in your bathroom and kitchen are an area of plumbing where you are likely to have problems with leaks. You will want to know how to deal with some of the problems that effect the faucets and drains of your sinks. Here are some of the problems that you may have with leaking sinks and what can be done to fix the problems: 1. Leaks That Are Often Caused by Problems with Water Connections Read More 

Understanding Water Hammers And How They Can Be Fixed

If you hear a banging and clanging noise in your home whenever you turn off the water to a bathroom or kitchen faucet, then you have a common issue in your home called a water hammer. This issue is quite common and while it may seem merely annoying, it can cause some more serious issues if it is ignored. Keep reading to learn about these problems and also what your professional plumber may due to fix the issue. Read More 

Just Bought A Home? Hire A Plumber Before Winter To Avoid Problems

Becoming a homeowner is exciting because you will be living in a place that you own and can make almost any changes to it if you desire. But, it also comes with extra responsibilities such as having to maintain just about every aspect of the house and even the whole property. It is easy to take on repair and replacement projects when something has gone wrong, but preventive maintenance is another thing to tackle. Read More 

Possible Causes For Poor Water Pressure In Your Home

If you have started to notice that you are losing water pressure throughout your home, you will want to find out the cause so you can have it fixed a soon as possible. After all, low water pressure can make washing clothes and showering not as easy to do. Here are a few things that could be causing your water pressure to suddenly become reduced: The Main Shut Off Valve Is Not Fully Opened Read More 

Air Conditioner Causing Excess Moisture In Your Home? 4 Ways To Tell If You Need A Dehumidifier

If you live in a region that experiences high humidity levels during the summer, your air conditioner may be contributing to additional moisture inside your home. This is particularly true if you don't have a dehumidifier installed in your home. You might think that you don't need a dehumidifier in your home, if your air conditioner is working properly. Unfortunately, that's not entirely true. Your air conditioner, and your home, may be suffering moisture damage that you can't see. Read More