Indoor Plumbing Issues: Common Culprits Responsible for Blocked Drains

Posted on: 17 December 2015

Having drains or pipes that won't flow freely inside your house is a big nuisance; clogged pipes will allow wastewater to stay in your house, making your house look unhygienic and sometimes even smell awful. Very few homeowners are yet to face or will never face the issue of blocked drains. This is because it is virtually impossible to avoid encountering the problem of clogged drains when you are using the drainage system in your house.
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How to Find a Leak in Your House

Posted on: 7 December 2015

Of all the plumbing issues to have, leaking pipes can be among the most frustrating. From water damage, to flooded basements, to burst pipes, leaks can cause major damage, but they are often times difficult to locate if signs aren't obvious. Use some of the helpful hints below to see if your house could be suffering from a leaky pipe. 1. Check Your Water Pressure If you have noticed that the water coming out of your shower or faucet has diminished in force recently, you probably have a leak somewhere along the system.
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Special Considerations When Adding a Bathroom to Your Basement

Posted on: 3 November 2015

For people who have turned their basements into game rooms, exercise rooms or even an extra bedroom, adding a bathroom is the last piece of installation that ultimately transforms this space. Adding a bathroom in the basement makes life easier for the users of this space as well as increasing the value of your home. This project, however, does not fit the conventional DIY jobs. Adding a bathroom to your basement requires special assistance from both plumbers and construction contractors.
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Water Purification Systems to Purify Your Tap Water

Posted on: 26 October 2015

Thousands of dollars are spent annually in buying bottled water, especially for people living in areas with contaminated tap water. For such people, home water treatment systems provide a sustainable alternative to give clean water for drinking and cooking, and they come in a variety of setups. In order to determine which system best suites your home, it's important to understand the different systems available in the market. Do not simply choose one purification system over another simply because it's cheaper; rather, save for some time to buy a high-performing, durable system that will give you bottle-quality water for years to come.
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