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Plumbing For Beginners

Do you know how to unclog a drain or take care of a leaky faucet? It isn't always easy to know how to take care of a plumbing problem, which is why you should work with professionals to handle the task. I started working with a professional plumber a few years ago after we started having problems with our drains, and it was great not to have to stress about the job. I wanted to start a blog dedicated to handling plumbing tasks, so that you know how to resolve challenges without a bunch of unneeded stress every single day.



Latest Posts

Water Heater Tank Pressure Overflows: A Guide
19 February 2021

Your water heater tank has a valve at the top. Thi

Not A Drop To Drink: What To Do When There's No Water From The Well
30 December 2020

There might be nothing worse than a lack of water

Helpful Tips For Renting Portable Toilets For A Season
30 December 2020

There are some cases when portable toilets need to

4 Methods Of Permanent Pipe Repair You Might Need When Your Plumbing Springs A Leak
1 December 2020

A leaky pipe is something that needs to be repaire

Renovations And Choosing Upgrades With A New Water Line Installation For Your Home
2 November 2020

There are a lot of choices when it comes to materi

How To Get Rid Of Hair Clogged In Your Drain

If you have long hair or if you live with someone who has long hair, you're more than likely going to run into an issue with a clogged drain because of it. Oftentimes, hair goes down the drain and gets trapped in the p-trap (the bottom part of the pipe that you see underneath your sink) or it starts to wrap around the drain stopper in your sink. Either way, it gets trapped and can turn into a big problem if you don't get it taken care of sooner rather than later. Read More 

Leaks Behind Walls: What to Do

Some household leaks are obvious, such as those coming from a faucet or around the base of a toilet. Other leaks, however, may not be as obvious, such as those coming from water pipes behind your drywall. Even these hard-to-spot leaks can be found and fixed if you know what to do. Signs Leaky pipes that are hidden behind walls do not always make a discernible dripping noise, so look for signs such as peeling paint or wallpaper, warping of the drywall, and water stains. Read More 

3 Small Ways Your Home Is Wasting Water In Big Ways

From showering and brushing teeth to washing dishes and laundry, your household uses a good amount of water each day. If you have a monthly water bill, you are probably concerned with your home's water usage a great deal. However, conserving your water usage is also important for protecting the environment. In addition, certain ways your home is wasting water can lead to water damage that requires costly repairs. Certain issues with your plumbing may seem small, but the amount of water they waste can be big. Read More 

Why Your Central Heater Doesn’t Work

HVAC systems are desirable because they are usually able to heat and cool off a house without a household having to wait a long time. The worst feeling for a homeowner is to live in a house that is freezing inside during cold seasons due to the heater not working. The cold temperatures can make it very uncomfortable to get up and take care of the typical daily tasks, such as cleaning the house or getting dressed. Read More 

3 Reasons To Avoid A DIY Septic Tank For Your Tiny House

You might feel as if "DIY" is your middle name by the time you get finished with your tiny house project. It's a great way to learn a lot of new things while saving money and building your dream tiny home at the same time. You might have learned along the way that doing everything by yourself isn't smart, but you might still be thinking about making your own septic tank and system. Read More