Yesterday, we covered some of the ways that rusty pipes, fixtures and water heaters can lead to rust particles in your water supply. This week, we’ll talk about what you can do about the brown stains this water can leave on your sinks, tubs and toilets over time. These stubborn... Read More about REMOVING RUST STAINS FROM SINKS, TUBS AND TOILETS
You count on the water coming from your taps to be clean and clear. So what if the color and taste are suddenly a little off? The culprit could be rust, and depending on the age of your pipes and water heater, it could be coming from inside your house.... Read More about WHEN RUSTY WATER APPEARS, FIND THE SOURCE FAST
Inadvertently clogging the toilet — or discovering too late that it’s already clogged — is one of the more embarrassing plumbing mishaps. And it can also be a tricky one to address because there are so many potential causes. The good news is that most toilet clogs can be avoided... Read More about COMMON CAUSES OF TOILET CLOGS
If your home is impacted by flooding, there may be hidden plumbing damage that you won’t find until a licensed plumber conducts a thorough inspection of your property. Here are a few of the most common post-flood plumbing problems: Clogged Drains Floodwater invariably contains some amount of dirt and silt,... Read More about REPAIRING YOUR PLUMBING AFTER A FLOOD
Most of us hate the thought of taking a cold shower so much that we’ll call for repairs the moment the water heater starts breaking down. But others do it on purpose for the benefit of their health, skin, hair and energy. Think you can handle a frigid shower first... Read More about THE BENEFITS OF A COLD SHOWER
If you’re the type of homeowner who pays attention to little details, you might find that there are sections of your bathroom grout that don’t look as good as they used to. Specifically, you might find a crack or two, especially in joints where the wall meets the tub, shower... Read More about WHY DOES MY BATHROOM GROUT CRACK?