Learning All About Septic Systems

How A Plumber Finds A Hidden Water Leak In Your Home

Signs of a hidden water leak include a high water bill, an increase in pests like roaches and silverfish, and a moldy odor in your home. These signs let you know there is water in your home somewhere, but finding it could be difficult without the right equipment. A plumber can use a thermal imaging camera to locate areas of water damage and an ultrasonic listening device to locate the source of the leak without having to dig up pipes or tear through a wall until the leak is found. Read More 

Unclog A Twist-Down Bath Drain

Does your tub start filling up with sudsy, dirty water as you take your shower? Does it take several minutes for the tub to fully drain? If so, the problem may be that you have a clog that obstructs the flow of water out of your tub. If you don't take steps to remove the clog, it can completely block the flow of water out of your tub. If you know what you are doing, you can take care of the problem on your own. Read More 

3 Areas Of Your Furnace That You Need To Clean

In order to keep your furnace running smoothly, it is important to keep dust and dirt away from your furnace. Dust and dirt can impede how your furnace works and functions. #1 Furnace Filter One of the most important areas of furnace maintenance is cleaning the filter. Remove the filter from the furnace and hold it up to the light. If you can easily see light streaming through the filter and it looks clean, you can put it back. Read More 

Repairing An Electric Hot Water Heater With a Tank

Water heaters are appliances that work for many years, and homeowners rarely think about them unless there is a specific problem. There are many problems that can arise with water heaters and the lack of consistent hot water is definitely the most frustrating. If you have an electric water heater, then keep reading to figure out how to diagnose and repair the issue. Failed Dip Tube Water heaters work in a very specific way so they can pull in cold water and release hot water at the same time. Read More 

3 Ways to Extend Your Air Conditioner’s Lifespan

Your air conditioning system is a huge investment, and keeping it working as well and efficiently as possible is key to maintaining a comfortable home and reasonable utility bills. Practicing good preventative maintenance doesn't take a lot of time or money, but pays off big time in the form of extending your air conditioner's lifespan so you can put off an expensive replacement for as many years as possible. Here are three practical and effective ways to extend your air conditioner's lifespan: Read More