You count on your water heater to deliver warm and hot water to your plumbing appliances, faucets, and shower heads. Unfortunately, even with proper maintenance, the average water heater will still need to be replaced within 8-12 years. Oftentimes, leaks are to blame for a faulty water heater. Over time, water can corrode the metal tank where heated water is stored. This can lead to leaks that can cause serious damage. [Read More]
Copper Usage In Plumbing Installations
The plumbing industry uses different materials for different plumbing needs. The application, cost, and durability of the materials determine the one to use. Some materials have versatile features that make them suitable for multiple applications. Below is an overview of copper metal as used in plumbing systems. Uses Plumbing manufacturers produce copper pipes and fixtures for use in different parts of plumbing systems. The following three copper applications are common. [Read More]
How To Know Your Sewer Line Needs Replacement
When your sewer line is damaged or broken there are signs that you will see immediately. These signs should not be ignored as broken sewers tend to get worse with time. Take a look at the signs that will be mentioned below, if you notice one or more of them, it may be time to replace your sewer line. Slow Drainage An unmistakable sign that you need to have your sewer line replaced is when you start having slow drainage throughout your home. [Read More]
What Are The Warning Signs You Need Emergency Drain Cleaning?
Emergency drain cleaning is a process of removing clogs, debris, and other blockages from drains with specialized tools and techniques. It is essential for homeowners, businesses, and other establishments because it helps keep plumbing systems running smoothly and prevents costly repairs in the long run. Furthermore, having clogged drains can cause additional problems such as water damage or even health risks due to dirty water which can be avoided by getting professional help when necessary. [Read More]