Learning About Plumbing For Residential Dwellings

Earl Warren

Remodel The Bathroom

If you have always wished that you had a bigger bathroom, but you aren't wanting to have walls torn down, then there are easier things you can do that give you more space in that bathroom. Another upside to doing some of these things is they will also turn what may be a currently outdated bathroom into a modern one with a design you appreciate. Here are a few things t

How To Prevent Frozen Pipes

If water freezes in your home's plumbing, it can expand and cause the pipes to burst. Once the frozen blockage melts, this can allow water to flow freely into areas of your home, which can cause a significant amount of damage and can be hard to fix quickly. Fortunately, there are a few different things that you can do to keep your pipes from becoming damaged this wint

3 Signs Indicating That You Might Have a Leak in Your Main Water Line

Your main water line is important because it's the line that brings water to your home. If you have a leak, it can result in some serious problems. Depending on what is wrong with your main water line and where the leak is, it could be your responsibility to fix it. Otherwise, it could be the responsibility of your county or city. Regardless of who is in charge o

4 Tips To Help Deal With The Maintenance Needs Of A Plastic Plumbing System

One of the materials that is being installed more in residential plumbing is plastic pipe. Plastic plumbing systems are more affordable than copper and have many benefits over conventional pipes. There are also unique maintenance needs that your plastic plumbing system are going to need. Here are some tips to help deal with the unique maintenance needs of plastic plum

2 Tips To Care For Your Plumbing Pipes This Winter

Now that colder weather has arrived, winter will be here soon. Because of this, there are many tasks around your home that you need to do to prevent problems this winter. One thing you need to start with is the plumbing pipes. To help you do this, below are two tips to on how to care for your plumbing pipes so they can withstand the cold weather. Contact a Plumber