Actions to Take During a Plumbing Emergency

July 29, 2021

We’ve all had to deal with a leaky faucet, a clogged drain or a toilet running constantly. Those are minor inconveniences that need to be fixed eventually. Often, they can wait. Occasionally, however, a genuine plumbing emergency occurs, a situation that can’t wait and that is so serious it will become a disaster if left unattended. When faced with a major plumbing failure, it’s extremely important to control the situation and limit the damage as much as possible. There are immediate steps you should take, and some of them ought to be done before even calling your plumber.

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How You Can Troubleshoot a Malfunctioning Dishwasher

June 6, 2021

A dishwasher can eventually malfunction due to various reasons. Sometimes a problem can be fairly simple to fix, while other times, you will need to reach out to a local plumbing company. Keeping a few things in mind can help you determine the severity of your problem and if it’s possible to fix it on your own. Here are a few tips on how you can troubleshoot a malfunctioning dishwasher. Noisy Dishwasher A dishwasher will always make some noise during the cleaning process. However, you may be dealing with a problem if you

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How To Hide Laundry Room Plumbing

May 19, 2021

While your laundry room is designed to be a functional space, that doesn’t mean you need to live with exposed pipes. There are a few ways you can make the room more attractive by hiding its plumbing. Even better, you can do these yourself without hiring an expensive contractor. Hide Plumbing With Your Appliances If your home is being built for you, ask that the plumbing be low enough on the wall that you can hide it behind the washer and dryer. If you can see the plumbing between the appliances, put a small table there

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How to Save on Your Water Bill

April 5, 2021

Owning a house is expensive. One of these expenses is water bills. There are several simple things you can do to reduce water bills so money can be used in more productive ways. Store Drinking Water in the Refrigerator Instead of letting your tap run to get cold water, use a pitcher to store water in the refrigerator. You’ll save water and have it colder so it’s more refreshing. Take Shorter Showers Try to limit your shower to five minutes or less. You’ll get just as clean and save thousands of gallons

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