Reasons You Need to Have a Plumber Check Your System

Get Headaches When You Enter Your Kitchen? Remove The Mold From Your Plumbing

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If your head hurts every time you wash dishes, or even enter your kitchen, check the sink drains for mold. You probably already know that mold can grow almost anywhere that has moisture, warmth, and food. But what you might not know is that mold can also grow inside or around your plumbing’s water lines and drains under the right conditions. You can solve all of your issues by cleaning your sink drains and taking other precautionary steps against the mold in your plumbing and home. Read More»

How Do You Get A Ping Pong Ball Out Of The Drain?

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If you have children, you probably already know that mysterious objects can find their way into your sink drains. Ping pong balls may be one of them. Figuring out how to remove the ball from the drain may pose a challenge, but there are several creative ways to get the job done. If you have a ping pong ball partially blocking your drain, try these cool tricks for getting it out. Read More»

How to Prepare Yourself with a Portable Composting Toilet You Can Build Yourself

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There are many ways you can prepare yourself and your family to be ready for a natural disaster that causes the power grid to go down. For example, in 1859 a solar storm on the sun sent out a burst of energy that was strong enough to knock out telegraph communication equipment all around the world. With today’s technology, a similar solar storm would affect power grids, GPS systems, and knock out power around the world, leaving basic home systems, including running water, out of service. Read More»

Understanding When A Leaking Water Heater Can And Cannot Be Repaired

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Water heaters will generally last between about six to ten years with electric models lasting a few years longer than natural gas varieties, and there are some common signs that your water heater is in desperate need of replacement. An appliance that you see surrounded by water on the floor may be one of these signs. It also may be a sign that a repair can be made. Keep reading to figure out when you should and should not fix the appliance. Read More»

Avoiding The HVAC Money Pit: How To Save On Repairs By Minimizing Wear And Tear

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If you are like most homeowners, you rely on your HVAC system to help you maintain a comfortable atmosphere indoors all throughout the year. But with daily use, your system has to put up with a lot of wear and tear which can lead to the need for costly repairs as time goes on. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to minimize the wear and tear your HVAC system and therefore save money on repairs in the long run. Read More»