Once upon a time, if you had a sewer line leak, a contractor would dig up your yard to reveal the pipe. The damaged section, or in some cases the entire pipe, would then be removed and a new pipe installed. The process could take days to weeks, your landscape would be destroyed, and the cost would be very high. Nowadays pipe lining is a less invasive, quicker, and more cost-effective option.
If you depend on a well to supply your household with running water, you may be dismayed to discover that your faucets are yielding little to no water. If so, there could be an issue with the well's pump. In this case, there are a couple of possible reasons why the pump is not pushing enough water to your house.
1. Pump Is Sucking in Air
One possible reason why you are not getting enough water flow from your faucets is that the well's pump may be sucking in air.
Heating the water in your home with a gas water heater is an efficient way to provide a constant supply of hot water when you need it. If your water heater is not working as it should be, there are some things that need to be checked by a qualified plumber.
1. The Gas
If your gas water heater is not running, a contractor should first check is that there is gas or propane in the fuel tank that feeds your water heater.
If you want to make your household plumbing more energy efficient, one of the areas where you will want to upgrade is the water heater. Tankless water heaters are an excellent choice, but there are some decisions that you need to make when installing a new tankless water heater in your home. The following guide will help you choose the right tankless water heater for the energy-efficient improvements to your household plumbing:
Septic pumps are responsible for pumping treated wastes out of the septic tank for disposal in the drain field. Thus, a failed septic pump will allow waste to accumulate and overwhelm your septic system. Below are the major issues that can plague your septic pump.
Here are some of the potential mechanical problems.
Corrosion: The septic pump works in a wet environment where it has constant contact with moisture.