The Differences Between Low Flow And Regular Flow Toilets
If you’re on the market for a new toilet, you may be contemplating whether to choose a low flush toilet or a regular flow toilet. In the mid 90s, low flow toilets landed on the market due to water conservation laws. They soon earned a poor reputation among consumers because, at the time, manufacturers abided by the new water rule but failed to change the design of the toilet to remove waste. Since then, low flow toilets undergone lengthy design changes, making them much more of an attractive option than they were years ago. Read More
6 Signs Your Faucet Needs Repair
Did you know that even a small faucet leak could be wasting hundreds of gallons of water in as little as a year? That is precisely why it is so important to ensure that your facets are in in good working order. While most faucets will last a decade or more depending on various factors, here are six signs your faucet may be in need of repair. Read More
What Common Mistakes Can Ruin Your Plumbing?
The majority of the plumbing problems that you will experience are largely preventable and simply due to user error. With a little caution, you can avoid the mistakes that lead to expensive plumbing repairs, some of which can even ruin your plumbing beyond repair. Here are some of the most common mistakes that can be easily avoided. Treating Your Toilet Like a Trash Can In theory, nothing should go down your drains except for toilet paper and natural waste. Read More
How Routine Plumbing Maintenance Can Help Prevent Expensive Repairs
You may be surprised to learn that the majority of costly plumbing repairs can be prevented entirely. All that is required is a little plumbing maintenance. Routine plumbing maintenance tasks include cleaning the drains in your shower, being on the lookout for leaky faucets, checking the state of your caulking around bathroom fixtures—such as your sinks—as well as checking for signs of mold growth in your home. It is also recommended that you have your septic system inspected regularly. Read More