We get it, you’re eager for your flower to bloom and your garden to grow, but follow these water efficiency tips first to help save your plants.
While either pests and plumbing problems can lead to the other, it's more likely that an issue with your plumbing can lead to an issue with an infestation.
Tree roots in plumbing fixtures can cause clogs or backups. If your pipes are older and looser, roots can cause cracks or fissures.
When there’s a flooded basement, water will find its way into those unseen places. The sooner you can properly start water damage repair, the better.
Ignoring your drains allows gunk and grime to build up. If you wait too long to clear out the gunk, then a tough clog will form within your pipes.
We may be past the great toilet paper shortage, but that does not mean you have to stop thinking about your toilet paper alternative.
The next time your high water bill comes, if it is much higher than you expected, there may be a problem you are not aware of yet.
Cleaning gutters plays an important role in directing the water away from your house and its foundation, but neglecting your gutters could be costly.
As you connect your hose to the faucet and turn on the water, you might see an unfortunate leak coming from the damaged hose bib.
Cutting back on the wait for hot water and reducing your energy bills can go hand in hand. Have you considered a tankless water heater?