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What’s Water Hammer and How Do I Fix It?
Do you sometimes hear a loud “thunk” sound when you turn off a faucet or when the water stops flowing into your washing machine or dishwasher? That’s a ...
Repairing Your Plumbing After a Flood
The immediate danger of Hurricane Harvey has passed, but we are still in the midst of hurricane season. Floridians are preparing for Irma to make landfall, and ...
The Time to Find Your Shut-Off Valves is Now
If your household plumbing suddenly springs a major leak, do you know what you would do? Calling your local plumber is a smart move, but it shouldn’t be your ...
How to Tell if You Have Hard Water
Some lucky homeowners have never experienced hard water in their homes. It’s largely a regional problem, with the hardest-hit areas in the Upper Midwest. But ...
Get Serious About Water Conservation on Earth Day
Celebrate Earth Day this year by establishing some new water conservation habits and making some small changes to your home plumbing. Water is a precious ...
What to Do About a Noisy Faucet
A noisy faucet can drive a family nuts. When you have to brace yourself for an annoying sound every time you wash your hands, it's time to get to work to remedy ...
How to Retrieve Items that Wash Down the Drain
Valuable items can vanish down the drain in the blink of an eye. That beautiful engagement ring you took off to do the dishes? An earring that slipped down the ...
How to Test Your Home Water Pressure
Homeowners must walk a fine line when it comes to water pressure. You need sufficient pounds per square inch (psi) of water coming out of your faucets to take ...
Are there Chemicals in Your Tap Water?
In general, your tap water is safe to drink. It's tested at municipal water treatment plants and must meet strict federal standards. Unfortunately, sometimes ...
Avoid Health Hazards from Decaying Municipal Water Pipes
Water is among the most essential substances for sustaining human life. Crucial to the advance of urban civilization has been the ability to bring abundant ...
How to Get Impurities Out of Your Tap Water
There's nothing worse than filling up what should be a refreshing glass of water from the tap, only to spot debris or black specks floating in the liquid. It’s ...
How to Add a Bathroom to Your Basement
Anyone who comes from a large family can tell you horror stories about waiting in line for the bathroom. Everybody loves to take their time showering, brushing ...
When Do You Need to Hire a Plumber?
There's a fine balance when it comes to plumbing repairs. On the one hand, if you do it yourself, you can save a lot of money, learn something about your home ...
You Can Be Liable for Unlicensed Plumber Services
Remodeling your bathroom can be a blast. You get to pick from the latest in modern bathroom installations and design your space to align perfectly with your ...
Can You Achieve Net Zero Water Use With Your Household Plumbing?
Nobody likes paying water bills. There are a number of measures you can take to increase savings through water conservation, but the real prize would be to do ...
What Do Those Funny Plumbing Noises Mean?
When your plumbing system is working properly, you don't have to think about it. Water comes in, water and waste get removed – that's the end of the story. ...
Get the Latest in Bathtub Technology
A good bath can be the ultimate in relaxation after a tough day. But sometimes, candles and fancy soaps aren't enough to get the mood just right. Fortunately, ...
Tubs and Showers
A Brief History of Plumbing
Did you take the time to appreciate your toilet today? Some Americans might take their bathrooms for granted, but we've only enjoyed the benefits of indoor ...
Biofilm In Your Plumbing Can Be Hazardous To Your Health
Has it been a while since you’ve cleaned your sinks and showers? You could be putting yourself at risk of biofilm. Biofilm is the sticky goo that turns up on ...
Pipes and Sewers
Avoid Potential Plumbing Pitfalls When Buying A New Home
You think you've found your dream house: A big yard, ample bathrooms, a great price for the neighborhood. Before you sign on the dotted line, however, make sure ...
5 Signs You Need To Call A Plumber
There are plumbing problems you can handle on your own, but others are too big to tackle. Do you know when you need to call in professional help? The five ...
Pipes and Sewers
6 Ways To Find Hidden Water Leaks
Early detection of a water leak can save you money and avert potential disaster. Here are some signs that you may have a leak and should consider contacting a ...
Pipes and Sewers