Are you ready for your next appliance service visit? Do you have a service contract or need paperwork done? Be prepared when your appliance technician arrives with these five appliance service and repair tips.
Tips for dealing with contractors may be few and far between when it comes to appliance service and repairs. Not to worry! We have the inside scoop! With our list of repair tips, the next time you have an appliance contractor scheduled to fix your appliance or replace a part, these five tips will prepare you and make the visit go as smoothly and efficiently as … read full article
It’s inevitable to experience clogged drains in your home. And when you encounter one, you can attempt to fix the plumbing problem yourself. The common solutions are pouring hot water into the drain, using a plunger, pouring in a mixture of baking soda and vinegar, or pouring chemicals. However, tough clogged drains may call for a professional to get it fixed especially when plungers and mixture of baking soda and vinegar do not work. But a do-it-yourselfer can go as far as using a drain snake. Why not? Having a plumber fix the drain can cost you hundreds of … read full article
Homeowners deal with plumbing problems every now and then. And although there are plumbing needs that require a call to the professionals, there are also those that can be handled by just about any homeowner without the need to spend extra for service repairs. Here is a compilation of helpful plumbing tips to help you bring down your water bills and at the same time save some money on plumbing repairs.
Dishwashers, Washing Machines, and Ice Makers
The best time to run your dishwasher and washing machine is during off peak hours and night time. Using these appliances during certain… read full article
If we lived in an ideal world, we would call a plumber and not think twice about it. Unfortunately, a few bad apples ruin the plumbing pie, so to speak. It should be clear to all of us by now that nothing is perfect in this world, which also applies to companies selling plumbing materials. To your misfortune, you might encounter plumbing scam artists who’ll provide substandard work and leave you more frustrated than ever. They’ll even charge you a preposterous amount for something they did not do, or even try to make you believe that you need other unnecessary … read full article
When faced with an obstructed sink, the adage “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure” rings true. There are a lot of things that you must not let go down your drains, especially if your home has a septic system. For starters, you can avoid dealing with obstructed sinks by not letting grease, various food particles, and even hair go down your drain. A tiny piece of wire mesh comes in handy since it can effectively catch food particles and other items from going down. If you have … read full article