Plumber’s take on Low Water Flow

Slow Flow https://www.flickr.com/photos/infinity_studio/34870487656/ The problem with weak water pressure is a low flow of water in the house. (Photo Credits) Low water flow from faucets and showers can be frustrating especially when one is in a hurry. Shower time can double, washing can get affected, and even simple chores can take up time – like [...]

What to do when water leaks from HVAC

Guide to HVAC leakages https://www.flickr.com/photos/cryptik/302984491/ Water leakages can be a common HVAC Issue. (Photo Credits)  Water dripping from an HVAC Unit is not an uncoomon issue for homes with HVAC systems. However, it is definitely a concern that should be addressed immediately, lest it can cause more damage to the HVAC system itself. So what [...]

Plumber’s Guide on Avoiding Kitchen Clogs

Ways to Keep a Good Working Kitchen Sink https://www.flickr.com/photos/d00d/55456750/ Kitchen clogs can be a stressor in the kitchen, learn how to avoid it in this blog post. (Photo Credits) A clogged kitchen sink drain is not an uncommon problem in a household. Again, not uncommon but entirely avoidable, given that the owner uses the sink [...]

How to deal with malfunctioning HVAC Thermostat

What to do when the thermostat is not working https://www.flickr.com/photos/mightyohm/2634944513/ A problematic thermostat can be a hassle. (Photo Credits) A malfunctioning thermostat can be an issue in a household especially during hot summer months, or the dreary cold of the winter. Apart from the inconvenience of having to guess what temperature to set it to [...]

What to do when the HVAC fails to cool a room

HVAC Issues https://www.flickr.com/photos/jmrodri/8050925993/ What to do when the HVAC is not blowing cool air? (Photo Credits) It can be quite frustrating to have one’s HVAC system running, but is not producing cool air. This is especially true during summer months, when being inside an air conditioned home can bring a lot of comfort. Angie’s List [...]

Plumber’s advice on dealing with dirty water

What to do when faucet water is brown and murky https://www.flickr.com/photos/lchunt/4984735844/ What to do when brown water comes out of the faucet? (Photo Credits) Seeing brown and murky water flowing through one’s faucet can be troublesome for some homeowners. For one, it may mean that there is a need for piping replacement creating another expense, [...]

How to dispose old HVAC Units

Safely get rid of your worn out heating or air conditioning system https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcgrayjr/2459918284/ How to properly dispose an old air conditioning unit. (Photo Credits) Like any home appliance, HVAC Units also have a lifespan. It gets worn-out with being used day in and day out so there really would come a time when it has [...]

Plumber’s Advice on Water Efficiency in the Bathroom

Conserving Water in the Bathroom https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5769885108/ The bathroom consumes a huge chunk of a household’s water usage. (Photo Credits) Conserving water in the bathroom can do a lot in terms of saving on water bills, and being friendlier to the environment. More and more households are getting conscious about this because water does not only [...]

HVAC Expert’s Advice on Reducing Heating Bills in the Bedroom

Lowering heating costs https://www.flickr.com/photos/dmitri1946/8380027045/ Efficient heating in the bedroom. (Photo Credits) Sleeping cold in the winter will never be a good idea. Apart from it being uncomfortable, it can lead to sickness for some individuals who may be sensitive about drops in temperature. The website This Old House says there are various ways to cut [...]

Plumber’s guide on water conservation in the kitchen

Saving water in the kitchen https://www.flickr.com/photos/infinity_studio/34870487656/ A lot of water can be saved in the kitchen. (Photo Credits) Being mindful of water use in the kitchen can help a lot in terms of lowering water bills at home. Apart from cutting down costs, conserving water helps the environment as water is a valuable resource. Apart [...]

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