It is important to have a basic understanding of your home’s mechanical systems. These mechanical systems are the components that make up the electrical, heating, cooling, and plumbing systems in your house, including the sump pump. What is a sump pump? A sump pump is a permanently installed, below-ground pump. It is located in a hole, sometimes called a crock or a pit, in a corner of your basement. The pump is usually in a little-accessed corner or in a utility or furnace room.…Read More »
It's Getting Wet in Here!
For many homeowners, the water heater is like the roof. As long as it’s functioning, no one cares to check if it needs repairs or replacement. This is why it’s always difficult to spot a water heater problem until it’s too late. As such, if you’re contemplating water heater replacement, below are signs it’s time to do so. Dirty Water If your water changes color once you turn on the hot water taps, consider water heater installation.…Read More »
There are different plumbing problems you may have to tackle as a homeowner. Broken water pipes are one of the more significant issues and should definitely be handled by professional plumbers. Using their plumbing assistance can help in a couple of ways. Cover Up Structural Issues with Sleeve Clamps If your water pipes have structural damage, such as holes and cracks, then you need to figure out a repair solution quickly. That’s not going to be difficult if you work with a professional plumber, who’s able to seal up structural damage with a sleeve clamp.…Read More »