Your faucet gives you the ability to turn on clean, fresh water at the turn of a handle. With time though, your faucet can wear out and you may be seeing your fresh, clean water running out of the handle or dripping out of the faucet head when it's turned off, or you may see water coming out of other areas where it shouldn't as well. If you have a leak, it's something you need to have repaired right away to prevent further issues, such as the eroding away of your faucet altogether and the need to replace your entire faucet. [Read More]
3 Ways To Clean Your Drains
The drains in your home see a lot of action throughout a single day. Between laundry, dishes, toilet duties, and other bathroom routines, your drains are always busy. This is why cleaning them and maintaining them properly is very important. Imagine a single day of not being able to use the drains in your home. You wouldn't be able to run the dishwasher to wash dishes, and you couldn't take a shower or flush a toilet. [Read More]
How Does Your Gas Water Heater Keep You Safe?
While water heaters are a necessary part of modern daily life, few people realize the design and engineering considerations that go into keeping them safe. A conventional water heater is effectively a large, heated pressure vessel. Adding heat to water will cause it to expand, potentially creating a hazardous situation. Despite this, modern water heaters are incredibly safe appliances, so how does your gas water keep you safe? Keep reading to learn about three critical safety features found on any modern, tank-style water heater. [Read More]
Causes And Signs Of Gas Line Blockages
Pipe blockages are common with drain and water pipes. However, blockages can also affect fuel lines, such as gas pipes. Below are potential causes and signs of gas pipe blockages. Causes Anything that reduces a gas line's effective diameter can block efficient gas flow. Below are potential causes of such blockages. Water Water causes gas line blockages both directly and indirectly. For the direct blockage, water gets inside the gas line via cracks and prevents gas flow. [Read More]