Water heaters are an essential addition to every home. However, since water contains numerous impurities and minerals, these units corrode with time. If you notice your water heater is malfunctioning, should you repair or replace it? Below are some factors you should consider to help you decide on whether to replace or repair your unit. Extent of Damage The type and extent of damage on your water heater also determine whether you need to replace or fix it.…Read More »
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If you are a DIY enthusiast, you most likely prefer handling numerous repair tasks yourself. That is certainly commendable considering that you can sometimes save money. Even so, there are issues that need the intervention of an expert. For example, if there’s a problem with your drainage system, it is advisable to work with a plumber to fix the problem. Keep in mind that identifying and fixing plumbing problems is difficult for someone without the necessary training and equipment.…Read More »
Septic systems can be great for the environment. They don’t consume much energy, and the pumped wastewater does not go long distances. Many homeowners prefer septic systems over other wastewater systems. However, cleaning and maintenance are both key to their optimal operation. As a general rule, a septic tank for the average household will only need to be pumped every three to five years. If you are worried that it is time for your septic tank to be cleaned, here are a few things to be on the lookout for.…Read More »