Your plumbing system requires careful maintenance to prolong its lifespan, maintain efficiency, prevent breakdowns, and ensure its safety. Most maintenance services require professionals. Below are some general tips for plumbing maintenance. Schedule Maintenance Professional maintenance of your plumbing system is necessary, even if nothing is wrong with your plumbing system. Below are some of the tasks your plumbing contractor will do during the maintenance: Water pressure check Water leak check Safety checks (for example, the contractor will check the condition of the water heater’s pressure release valve) Schedule plumbing maintenance so that you don’t forget about it and risk plumbing malfunctions.…Read More »
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A hot water heater upgrade can substantially increase the amount of hot water that is available to your home while also improving overall performance and efficiency. Yet, there are many mistakes that can compromise the results of this investment or even contribute to problems with the new water heater. Mistake: Failing To Leave Enough Space For The Hot Water Heater It is understandable that a homeowner will want to install the water heater in an area where it will be out of the way.…Read More »
After a deep freeze in your area, your pipes may have frozen solid. Once the temperatures rose, the pressure from the ice and water may have busted one of the pipes, making it necessary to shut off the water until it can be fixed. If only one section of pipe was damaged, you may be considering just buying the supplies listed on a how-to video you viewed and trying to fix it yourself.…Read More »