A leaky kitchen faucet will eventually cause sediment stains in the sink while ringing up expensive water bills! If you’re ready to get rid of the annoying drip, drip, drip, this house repair guide is ready to help. Many homeowners choose to repair a leaking faucet, but by the time they start to leak, many […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Families rely on their water heaters for a wide range of practical matters, and when it’s on the blink, life gets a lot harder. This water heater repair guide will help you determine and resolve the issue, so your unit can be making hot water again soon, whether you do the work yourself or hire […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When a bathroom faucet begins to leak, it’s probably time to replace the entire fixture. The leak is annoying. If there is rust in your water, the constant drip will eventually cause rust stains in your sink. Finally, a surprisingly large amount of water can be lost through a steady leak, and if your water […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A running toilet is a common problem we’ve all run into. The sound of the water running is a real nuisance. If you use a well, you might also hear the pump shutting on and off at all hours of the day. If you use metered water, a running toilet can quickly add $100 or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The toilet flange, also called a closet flange, is out of sight, so many homeowners aren’t familiar with it. The flange is a round coupling typically made of cast iron or of ABS plastic that might also have a metal collar on it. The flange bolts to the floor – either concrete or subflooring such […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Bathrooms generate more moisture than any room in your home, and when that moisture gets into attics, walls and ceilings, it will create mold sooner or later, and rot too. Installing a bathroom vent during home construction is much easier than retrofitting a bathroom with one. Whether or not it’s a DIY home project depends […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A leaking water-feed (supply) or drain-line can be found pretty quickly if you follow the clues… a stain in the ceiling, mold, soft flooring or tiles that are popping loose, bubbling paint or peeled wallpaper or puddling of water. Often you will hear a hissing sound inside a wall which is a clear indication that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When the water heater fails, things can come to a standstill in your home – no showers, no laundry, the dishwasher doesn’t work, etc. The good news is that the most common water heater problems can be repaired quite easily either as a DIY project or by a local plumber. They include a leaking pipe […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When a water line inside your home breaks, it usually doesn’t take long to know it. The gush of water is immediate. Fittings and connections in supply lines are a common culprit in such instances, and so are things like nails from construction projects or vibrating pipes caused by air The tough ones to find […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Water creates a number of problems in a basement include deterioration of the foundation, dangerous mold and worst of all damage to anything it comes in contact with. One of the best ways to eliminate water problems is to install a French drain that includes a sump pump that pumps water out and away from […]Continue Reading... No Comments.