Four Possible Plumbing Issues to Resolve Before Moving into a New Home

When purchasing a new home, working out plumbing issues right away, before your family moves in, can benefit you. Getting plumbing work that is needed completed in a home that is empty can speed up the process and help avoid damages to your personal items. Here are four plumbing issues you may want to have fixed before moving into your new home. 1. Changing Out Old Water Heaters If your water heater has seen better days, have a plumber come out, assess the age of your water heater, and verify whether there is water damage. [Read More]

2 Kitchen Faucet Options To Consider

When remodeling your kitchen, it can often be quite difficult to choose a faucet, mostly because there are so many different types and styles on the market that all offer their own set of benefits and aesthetic appeal. Listed below are two kitchen faucet options to consider in order to help you narrow down your choices. Single-Handle  One thing to keep in mind when installing a new faucet in your kitchen is how many holes you would feel comfortable having in either the sink or your countertops. [Read More]

How To Replace An Electric Water Heater Pressure Relief Valve

If the water isn't getting hot from your electric hot water heater, check for drips on the pressure relief valve, a brass fitting connected to a plastic dip tube. The pressure relief valve is a safety feature that thus the heater off in case the water gets too hot. You should be able to replace a relief valve yourself, but you need to replace it right away to ensure safety. Here are some tips to replace a pressure relief valve on an electric hot water heater. [Read More]

Home Getting Up There In Years? 2 Plumbing Updates You Should Consider

If you've recently purchased an older home, you might want to pay close attention to your plumbing, especially if the plumbing hasn't been updated. Those old pipes and fixtures will eventually need to be replaced, which can be quite costly. If you start updating your plumbing, one component at a time, you can avoid having the entire system breakdown at once. Here are two plumbing upgrades you should make as soon as possible. [Read More]