As a new homeowner, I can tell you that things aren't always as simple as they appear. I started thinking about it a few years ago, and I realized that there were some serious problems with our plumbing system. We had issues with drains working correctly and toilets flushing like they should, so I started focusing more heavily on understanding the basics of our plumbing system. Within a few short months the entire system was operating more fluidly because of a few changes that I made, so I wanted to create a blog all about my journey. Check out these articles to learn more about the plumbing basics.
9 July 2020
Providing restroom accessibility at your event or job site is imperative. Not only is it the right thing to do, but it is also typically required by law, as well. The following can help you make portable toilet choices that will serve everyone. Unit Accessibility The most important aspect to consider is accessibility. Units must be equipped with a hinged, self-closing door that is wide enough for a wheelchair to pass through.
2 July 2020
Standing in ankle-deep water while showering or waiting hours for a tub to drain is no fun. When a shower drain gets clogged, prompt cleaning is necessary to keep the problem from becoming worse. In some cases, you may be able to handle the issue yourself. Remove the Drain Cover The first task is to remove the drain cover so that you can access the clog in the drain. There are three common types of covers found in most bathrooms.
9 June 2020
You may not have the budget or time for a full bathroom remodel, but if you are planning to sell your home this summer, there are a few minor bathroom repairs and upgrades that can help. The following are three simple and relatively inexpensive bathroom projects that can improve the value of your home. 1. Upgrade the Fixtures Outdated faucets and showerheads can make a bathroom appear plain at best and dirty and worn-out at worst.
3 June 2020
When you have a new hot water heater installed, your installer will typically put it right where the old one was. If you want the new water heater moved, you'll have to pay an extra fee. This is only fair, as the installer will have to run a new electrical wire or gas line, along with some more plumbing, as a part of the relocation process. But is moving your water heater worth it?
26 May 2020
Filtering the water coming into your home can offer a lot of benefits for you and your family. Depending on the source of the water coming into your home, there may be many different contaminants that you can eliminate with a water filtration system that is tailor-made for your situation. Understanding Water Filtration Systems There are many different water filtration systems on the market, and knowing what you need in your home is a critical first step to installing any filter system.