Most of us don’t think about our plumbing every day. If it works, it works, and that’s the most thought that many people give to their plumbing at all. However, the state and quality of your home’s plumbing system could be costing you a lot of money that you don’t need to be spending, and investing a little time and
Plumbing problems are common issues that homeowner face throughout their life, often catching us off guard. It’s important to keep yourself educated, and even try to learn how to fix some of these problems yourself. This can help you save time and money, and give you the skill and knowledge for future use. Sadly, things don’t always go as planned.
Have you ever gone to to your sink to get a glass of water, and notice specks floating around in your glass? Gross! Not only is this upsetting, but it can also threaten your health. If you are experiencing this problem, then you should take immediate action to determine the cause of this debris and prevent impurities from contaminating your
Generally speaking, the tap water in your home should be safe to drink. The water from your tap comes from your city’s municipal water supply, which is purified at a treatment plant to meet specific federal standards before being distributed to you. Despite this, your water supply can still become contaminated before it reaches you. It’s important to be aware
The P-trap under your sink gets its name from its shape, which allows a small amount of water to collect in the lowest part of the pipe. This effectively seals the pipe against foul-smelling or dangerous gasses that could otherwise be pushed back up into your home. It also provides a handy trap for objects that get lost down
Clean drinking water is a really nice luxury. Many of us have started buying bottled water, or filters for our homes because we do not find that the water out of our faucets is at clean as it should be. In Phoenix, we often find that our water has either a metallic or chlorine taste to it when we drink