2 Things To Try If Your Kitchen Sink Isn't Draining

Posted on: 19 March 2018

If you are having problems with your kitchen sink not draining the way that it should, it can make it really difficult for you to do anything in your kitchen. If you have to hand wash dishes, you can end up with dirty water sitting in your sink for a while. Luckily, there are some things that you can do that can help you with getting your kitchen sink draining the way that you should. [Read More]

How To Replace A Sink Shutoff Valve With A Compression Valve

Posted on: 4 March 2018

Shutoff valves may stick or otherwise become inoperable over time, leading to either low water pressure on the inability to shut off the water to the supply line in case of emergency. Each scenario can be avoided through the installation of a compression valve, which requires no soldering. Compression fittings are also referred to as "push-in" fittings because you can simply push the end of a piece of copper, CPVC, or PEX pipe into a compatible compression fitting for a permanent leak-free seal. [Read More]

Plumbing Protection Tips For New Homeowners

Posted on: 25 January 2018

As a new homeowner, taking on the responsibility for maintaining your home's plumbing is important. You need to know how to avoid pipe damage in your home, because problems in your home's plumbing can cause a domino effect and may ultimately lead to damage to the water main and other plumbing infrastructure. Here are a few things that you should know to help you avoid plumbing problems in your home and the pipes that lead up to it. [Read More]

A Clear Picture Of Your Home's Plumbing System

Posted on: 10 January 2018

The more you understand the ins and outs of your plumbing system, the better position you are in when it comes to both preventing and repairing issues. This article will teach you how your plumbing system works and point out some possible weaknesses that it may have. How water enters your home Water will enter your home from the main water line. As it comes onto your property via underground pipes, it will be divided and steered to all the different areas of your home that need water such as the kitchen, laundry room, bathrooms, water heater, sprinkler system, etc. [Read More]