Troubleshooting Your Home Plumbing System

4 Things To Consider When Replacing The Pipes In Your Home

Replacing the pipes in your home is definitely something you want to consider if the pipes in your home are extremely old. This is going to help you avoid inevitable problems, such as leaks and water damage in your home. When it comes to replacing the pipes, here are four things to consider: Use New Galvanized Pipes: Galvanized pipes are the type of pipes you may currently have if the pipes in your home are extremely old. Read More 

Bathtub Floods

When the bathtub floods, it is usually caused by operator error. Either you turned on the water and were interrupted before turning it off, or you children were playing and left the taps open. No matter the cause, the damage can be extensive. You can take a few steps to limit bathtub flooding and the problems it causes. Damage When the tub overflows for any period of time, it can cause significant issues in your home. Read More 

Ready To Have Kids? Make Sure You Prepare Your Plumbing!

When you're pregnant or trying to conceive, there's a lot to do in preparation for your little one's arrival. One thing that parents sometimes neglect is preparing their plumbing for kids. While some of these tasks can surely wait until your baby is approaching toddler age and becomes more independent, it's a good idea to start thinking ahead to the plumbing modifications you'll need to make for your child's safety and your own peace of mind. Read More 

Help! Why Won’t The Toilet Stop Running?

It's a whoosh. It's a gurgle. It's a sanity depriving sound emitting from your bathroom with a phantom-like echo. The toilet is running, and it won't stop. Why? The commode looks like a simple enough seat, but there's a whole school of engineering behind it called plumbing. There are professionals called plumbers that apprentice for four to five years and complete a minimum of 246 hours of technical instruction every year. Read More 

A Simple Guide On How To Unclog Your Toilet

Your home toilet can sometimes develop clogs, usually due to too much volume in the bowl or an obstruction in the trap. Luckily, unclogging a toilet isn't usually a complicated job, and you can usually do it safely by yourself. If water won't go down your toilet, use the steps below to get rid of the clogging and get your toilet working smoothly. Toilet clog preparation A water spill is usually a real concern as you unclog your toilet, so be sure to remove any rags or other items on the floor that could be damaged by the dirty water. Read More