Troubleshooting A Washer That Refuses To Drain

Few things are more unpleasant than reaching into the washing machine to put your clothes in the dryer and instead dunking your hand into a pool of cold, standing water. Besides potentially leading to mildew issues, a washer that refuses to drain also wastes time and energy as you are forced to either wring out your clothes by hand or leave your dryer to pick up the slack. Thankfully, this issue can typically be resolved through some simple repairs or a quick visit from your local plumber. Read More 

Helping Your Water Heater Work Better

Trying to keep your energy usage down is a constant struggle. One way to help is by reducing the strain on your water heater, one of the biggest energy users in your home. You can reduce your energy bill significantly by taking care of this appliance and making a minor few adjustments.  Maintenance The water heater is one of those appliances that homeowners tend to ignore until a problem arises, such as a serious leak or heating issue. Read More 

Tips For Replacing Your Electric Water Heater’s Elements Like A Professional Plumber

If your home's water heater isn't producing hot water, then you likely need to replace its internal heating elements. Water heater heating element replacement is a straightforward project that should only take you an hour or two and can be completed by anyone with some basic home repair skills. Follow these tips to replace your water heater's elements today and become the hero who restores the hot water flow in your family's home: Read More 

Water Leaks Under Your Slab: The 411

If you have a leak in your in the water pipes of your home, this issue can often be fixed without too much difficulty. Things are a little more complicated, however, if you develop a leak in the pipes under your foundation slab. The following article takes a closer at this important topic.   Warnings Signs   One of the most common signs that you have a leak under your slab is a higher water bill. Read More 

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Heat Pump Water Heaters

Heat pump water heaters, also sometimes referred to as hybrid water heaters, are water heaters which make use of a heat exchanger to move heat from outside your home into the water heater in order to heat up your home's water supply. Because of this unique method of operation, heat pump water heaters possess a distinctive set of advantages and disadvantages. Understanding what heat pump water heaters have to offer can help make it easier for you to decide whether or not they are the right fit for your home. Read More