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Plumbing damages in the home can prove to be very costly for a home owner, especially if they cause water damage. With todays busy lifestyles its hectic enough trying to run a house that it is very easy to ignore or neglect essential things like plumbing. people may also neglect plumbing out of ignorance if they are not aware of what to look for or don't know how to inspect their plumbing systems.
Published by Victor Daily 63 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Water meters are used to measure the flow of water from a source. This helps to keep a track of average domestic and commercial usage of water supply. Certain industrial and cultivation activities rely on these water meters to release the requisite amount for successful completion of the production process. Water measurement is a positive step towards conservation of drinking water, which has limited supply.
Published by Victor Daily 65 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
A homeowner's guide for repairing common hose bib leaks. Many times the repair parts cost less than a couple dollars and often it takes only a couple minutes to complete the project. Most homeowners find that they can fix the problem without replacing the hose bib or calling a professional plumber.
Published by Bill Vertard 66 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Before you start most do it yourself projects, you usually have to remove something. When it comes to bathrooms a common, a fairly easy, project is replacing a bathroom sink. Bathroom sinks can be hung directly from the wall, have a pedestal base, or be installed in a vanity or similar cabinet. This article will help the novice do-it-yourselfer tackle this project before it gets too frustrating, expensive, and messy.
Published by Daniel Snyder 67 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
People are very sensitive to any type of odor coming from tap water since it is used for cooking, cleaning, and drinking. Many times the odor is a by-product of the water treatment process, but it could also be from the piping in your home, or the ground water if you have well water. This article will list various sources of odors in tap water and some corrective measures.
Published by Daniel Snyder 68 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
At some time everyone has dropped an item into a sink or drain and had to figure out how to retrieve it. Whether you are in the shower, washing dishes, or even brushing your teeth, something eventually falls down the drain. It could be an expensive ring, hairpins, a small toy, or even a screw from eyeglasses. If you have ever experienced this situation, the best thing to do is remain calm and you will almost always get this item back before it leaves the drain line. You can remove the item usin...
Published by Daniel Snyder 68 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Water damage in the home that is left unchecked can become one of the costliest repair jobs in your life. Many of the causes of water damage stem from plumbing problems, but other sources are exterior surfaces and HVAC equipment. The best way a homeowner can avert a major water damage repair is to be proactive and correct problems before they arise. This article will list some of the most common problems that can lead to water damage.
Published by Daniel Snyder 69 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Clogged drain lines are something everyone has encountered at one time or another, but unlike some other home maintenance problems, drain clogs usually build up slowly over time. Slow draining sinks, toilets, and tubs are a sign that there is some sort of blockage in your drain line. It may be a minor problem that can be fixed with a plunger, or it could be a larger problem that requires the use of chemical drain cleaners or even professional help from a plumber.This article will provide useful ...
Published by Daniel Snyder 71 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Drain water (or greywater) heat recovery (DWHR, sometimes DHR) devices are an efficient method to recapture waste heat from water flowing down drains. This energy can be used to preheat cold water before it enters a water heater or a dedicated storage tank. DWHR systems reduce the energy needed for heating water which can increase the capacity of hot water heaters. Between 80 - 90% of the energy used to heat water eventually goes down the drain anhot water heater, d a drain water heat recovery ...
Published by Daniel Snyder 71 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Home maintenance never seems to end and while certain problems can be postponed for a few months, other items require immediate attention. If you turn on your shower and only find cold water, you soon realize how important your water heater truly is. Here are some water heater troubleshooting tips to help you recognize when you can repair your water heater, and when you may need to invest in a new one. This article will detail the causes and solutions for some of the most common hot water heater...
Published by Daniel Snyder 72 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
When considering a replacement for your hot water heater you have two options; a traditional tank water heater and a tankless water heater. Both units have advantages and disadvantages based on the size of your home, the number of people using hot water, and the condition of your water. This article will discuss the maintenance, installation costs, operating costs, and usage factors that will assist you in selecting the right type of hot water heater for your home.
Published by Daniel Snyder 72 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
One of the more frightening sights you will see is the rising water in your toilet bowl after you flush. A clogged and overflowing toilet can cause a lot of damage if it is not fixed quickly and plumbers can be an expensive solution when it’s an emergency. This article will provide useful imformation concerning toilet clogs and resources that you can use to make an educate choice.
Published by Daniel Snyder 72 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Bathtubs and bathroom sinks have had overflow protection since the very beginning, but not the toilet. If you are like most people, you have probably wondered why that was so, especially after an overflow that left you tip toeing through human waste to retrieve your Plumber's Helper from the garage. My son, with seven children who were constantly trying to flush toys, partially eaten apples, or some other toilet clogging object found himself in this situation more often than he cares to remember...
Published by Jerry Walch 73 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
Clogged drains can be a major headache for any homeowner, especially when they could be easily prevented. Your homeÂ’s plumbing system has numerous components that need to be maintained properly to prevent clogs, blockages, and leaks. If the only thing that went down a drain line was water, there would never be a problem. Keeping drains clear does not also require special tools and drain cleaners, but mostly common sense.
Published by Daniel Snyder 74 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
The design of tankless water heaters increases the maintenance requirements over traditional hot water heaters, especially when it comes to the build up of scale inside the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is where the water is heated by the hot gases inside the unit. Depending on the water quality in your area, mineral deposits can form on the interior surface of the heat exchanger and reduce its efficiency. Descaling is a procedure used to remove this build up which can be performed by the h...
Published by Daniel Snyder 74 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +0 votes | 0 comments
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