Don't Shut Off the Water Before Vacation: Here's Why & What to Do Instead
5 August 2015
If you are leaving your home for an extended period of time, whether to go on a long vacation or to live in a second home, you may be concerned about the possibility of plumbing problems popping up while you are gone. With nobody home to deal with plumbing problems, you could return home to a disaster.
Many people have heard that the best thing to do before leaving for an extensive period is to shut off the main water valve.
3 Ways To Keep Your Air Conditioning In Great Shape While Saving Some Money On Energy Bills
18 June 2015
Having an air conditioner sure comes in handy when the summer heat strikes, but every time you turn it on you're putting wear and tear on it which can lead to expensive repair bills throughout the years. Not to mention, air conditioning tends to cost extra money when it comes time to pay the power bill. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to lessen your reliance on an air conditioner and decrease the wear and tear that's put on it at the same time.
5 Maintenance Tips For Household Drains
11 June 2015
Household drains are an aspect of home ownership that is easy to overlook and ignore when they're functioning properly. Of course, as soon as a drain gets clogged and backed up you realize just what an important aspect of any household drains actually are. Rather than taking your kitchen and bathroom drains for granted, it's best to be proactive in maintaining them in order to avoid future problems. Here are five ways to do just that:
New Sink Installation - How To Prevent Drainage Leaks
8 April 2015
If you want to add a new sink to your kitchen or bathroom, then you may consider calling a plumber to complete the install for you. This is a good idea if there are no water hookups in the area or if the new sink is larger or smaller than the old one. If you think there will be no difficulties with the new sink, then you may try to secure it yourself.