Pipes and plumbing won’t last forever, and with daily routine water use, your plumbing system is one of the hardest workers in your home. This daily strain from constant water flow can wear down the piping system over time.
There is nothing worse than taking a nice hot, relaxing shower and having cold water start pouring down. If this happens to you frequently, it might be time to invest in a new water heater for your home. When it comes to picking out the right kind of water heater for your home, it can be a little overwhelming. Your first decisions you should make is whether you want a tank or a tankless water heater and whether you want it to use gas or electricity. Each of these has different advantages and disadvantages.
With the growing popularity of home improvement shows like those on HGTV, it has become far more common for homeowners to get overzealous as to the types of projects that they can take on themselves.
Completely remodel a master bath including relocating plumbing – I’ve seen Chip and Joanna Gaines do that a hundred times!
As the colder temperatures begin to settle into the Annapolis area, it's time for Maryland residents to start safeguarding their homes from unwanted damage from cold weather.
Winter preparation means more than moving valuable outdoor furniture indoors. After getting your yard ready, bring the prep inside and don't overlook your home's plumbing.
If you have a septic tank in your backyard, you have probably been warned about the dangers of not maintaining your tank and having routine preventive maintenance performed. If you have not had a routine inspection performed in the last 3 years, it is essential to call a professional to take a look and prepare you for the colder months.
It's not very common to associate your family pet with plumbing.
Pets can bring joy and love to your family, and it’s hard to believe that they might cause an issue to your plumbing system.
When it comes to your family pets’ bath time or drinking water, there are a few essential tips to keeping your pipes safe.
Traditional and frequently used, copper pipes can be found in older homes. Copper Pipes are reliable, durable and provide superior corrosion resistance (used since 1960's). These pipes handle acclimation and changing water temperatures well, but the risk of lead contamination is higher with copper pipes and can be quite expensive.