2 Signs Your Home’s Water Heater Needs Repairing

When your home has an old hot water heater, you may be concerned that it could suddenly break down at any moment due to its age. If so, be on the lookout for the following warning signs that the unit has issues that need to be addressed by a professional before the water heater fails completely. 1.  Water Pools or Stains Around the Base of the Water Heater One warning sign that there is a serious problem with your water heater is when you start noticing water pools around the base of the unit. Read More 

Hydro-Jetting: Clean And Clog-Free Drains For All

Clogged drains are an inconvenience that most homeowners try to avoid. There are a number of things that can contribute to clogged drains. Some of the contributing factors such as allowing grease to free-flow through drains are something that can be attributed to homeowners. However, other issues such as tree roots extending into drain lines are usually out of the control of homeowners. This natural phenomenon can be avoided if homeowners choose not to have trees growing too close to their homes. Read More 

Five Things To Consider When Installing A New Kitchen Faucet

If your old kitchen faucet is all worn out, then it's time to look into a replacement. Part of the process of a new faucet install is picking out exactly what faucet you would like. The following are just a few things you should consider. 1. Mount Style Faucets come in two main mount styles -- sink mount and wall mount. Sink mount faucets are installed either along the edge of the sink, or on the counter directly behind the sink. Read More 

What Will Your Plumbing Find Blocking Your Drains?

If you have a slow drain and have plunged and plunged yourself to no avail, then the best thing to do is to call a plumber. When making this call, so many people find themselves wondering what could possibly be causing the clog. They can't remember shoving anything overly large or sticky down there, so what could possibly be amiss? The things that cause plumbing clogs are not always what you'd expect. Read More 

2 Options For Upgrading Your Existing Hot Water Heater

Tankless water heaters offer many advantages over traditional models, but upgrading when your storage heater still works fine can seem wasteful. With the average water heater lasting ten or so years, it doesn't make sense to upgrade if your current unit is only a few years old. Fortunately, you can keep your old water heater while still enjoying the advantages of tankless electric units. If you are interested in supplementing your home's plumbing with on-demand hot water, then there are generally two upgrade options available. Read More