Residential Plumbing 101: Four Mistakes to Avoid When Taking a DIY Approach

When plumbing issues arise, many people opt to take a do-it-yourself approach to save money. With a little knowledge, some of the more basic issues can successfully be fixed yourself. However, sometimes a DIY plumbing job can quickly go awry and leave you feeling overwhelmed and frustrated. If you are planning on tackling a plumbing issue in your home yourself, make sure you avoid these four all too common mistakes. Read More 

Easily Fix Your Home Sprinkler System’s Broken PVC Pipe

If you are a homeowner who needs to fix a broken sprinkler system pipe for the first time, then you have come to the right place!  While it may seem like a daunting task, you can easily fix the broken PVC pipe using these simple steps: Step 1: Turn Off the Water Before working on any pipe, you need to turn off the main water source. For your sprinklers, the shut-off valve is likely located next to the controls for your sprinkler's timer. Read More 

How to Stop a Running Toilet

A running toilet is a waste of money and that won't quit until you deal with the problem. The money that you spend in wasted energy is worth spending a few minutes to fix the problem and give you some peace and quiet. Here is a step by step list of some of the things you can do to fix the problem. Adjust the Water Valve to the Correct the Water Line Read More 

3 Plumbing Areas You Should Know

As a homeowner, it is important that you are familiar with your home's plumbing system. The more you know about it, the more likely it is that you can advert a plumbing disaster that could impact the rest of your home. Here are some areas you need to focus on when studying your homes plumbing. Shut Off Valves Leaks happen. When they do, it is important that you know how to stop them so that you can fix the leak. Read More 

How to Fix Your Drywall After the Plumber Leaves

Whenever you have to do plumbing work on your residential or commercial property, you should only hire a professional plumbing contractor. However, most professional plumbers are not construction contractors. This means that they may not be able to repair the drywall that they tore out to fix your plumbing. You will have to hire another contractor or do the work on your own. If you'd rather try to repair it yourself, here are some steps to make it happen. Read More