Plumbing Tips for Winter

Frozen pipes are not just an inconvenience; they are extremely expensive.  As reported by the plumbing professionals, here are some plumbing tips to help you avoid frozen pipes this winter.

– Avoid frozen pipes. Keep an eye on your water pressure during this time of the year since restricted water flow is the first sign that a pipe might be frozen. If you happen to notice this occurring, make sure you act quickly and contact a Rescue Rooter/ARS immediately .

– Allow cold water to trick from the faucets in your house, at the rate of slightly less than the width of a pencil, in the evening at a time … continue reading

Why You Should Take a Photo of Your Plumbing Installations

Plumbing Installations

Even before you break out the tools to use in plumbing, it can be tricky. According to the professionals, the first thing you should consider before making any major plumbing work is how the pipes are located and laid out behind the walls and underneath of floorboards. Unless you’ve gifted with X-ray vision, it may be very challenging to determine how these pipes and duct work lie. To save yourself time, trouble and a headache, make a few simple additions to your work and take the time to take pictures before you begin to make changes.

The Practicality of Photos

Typically, photos are taken of the outsides of homes or … continue reading

Tips for Installing a New Washing Machine

Upgrading your old washing machine to a newer model make sense for a number of different reasons. Not only will it most likely do a better job of cleaning your clothes, but it may also help you save energy and reduce your overall water usage. Whichever type of washing machine you buy, the first thing you need to do is figure out how to connect it to your home’s water supply. In most cases, depending on how the plumbing of your home is set up, you should be able to do this on your own rather than having to call in a professional plumber. Here are some valuable tips on … continue reading

You Could Save $100 a Year by Fixing Your Plumbing System

Is there a leak in your home? You need to take care of this issue as quickly as possible. The smallest leak can become worse over time and could end up costing $100 a year simply because of the water you are wasting by letting a faucet or a plumbing line constantly drip. A leak can also lead to more serious problems, including mildew or mold growing in your home. Here is how you can put a stop to wasting water.

It Is Estimated That 90 Gallons Of Water Are Wasted Everyday

Old and decaying pipes are one of the most common reasons for plumbing leaks. Frozen pipes, cracked seals … continue reading