Installing A Water Heater In Your New Home? Tips To Help You Place It In The Best Location

There's a lot to think about when you're building a home. Unlike with a house that is already erected, you're able to pick out all of the features of the residence. This comes with a lot of privilege but an equal amount of responsibility. How many bedrooms you'll have, the number of bathrooms to include, and all of the tiniest fixtures are completely within your control. The water heater is an absolutely essential appliance because without it, you won't be able to generate the soothing hot water that feels so good at bathtime. Read More 

Reasons Your Water Bill Is So High And Plumbing Repairs That Could Lower It

When you open your water bill and get a shock at the high cost of your service, you immediately wonder why your bill is so high. If your home has no leak you know of, you may even wonder if the bill could be wrong or if something is wrong with the meter. Here are some things that can cause a water bill to be high suddenly and the plumbing repairs you could need. Read More 

Eco-Friendly Tips For Keeping Your Drains Clean

Dirty drains can lead to a lot of problems for your home. Dirty drains can lead to clogged drains and can also lead to sewage back-ups and other more serious problems. Part of your duty as a responsible homeowner, or even a responsible renter, is to keep your drains clean. Luckily, there are lots of eco-friendly ways you can keep the various drains in your home clean. Watch What You Put Down Your Drains Read More