The Ins And Outs Of Buying A Hot Water Heater

Your hot water heater is one of the most important home appliances because it is used regularly. Most people use hot water every day, so maintain the hot water heater, which is the central hub of your plumbing system, is a very important matter. This guide will teach you all about hot water heater replacement, including how you can know when to replace it, which types of water heaters you should buy and how much it'll cost. [Read More]

Important Questions To Ask When You Are Determining If You Need An Emergency Plumber

If you have a plumbing crisis on your hands, it is not always easy to know when the situation constitutes a true emergency that necessitates the use of an emergency plumber and when it is something that can be delayed until normal business hours. Given that the cost of an emergency plumber is often a little higher than a similar appointment would be, being able to safely delay that service is often appreciated. [Read More]

How To Fix A Bad Wax Ring On A Toilet

Smelling sewer gases coming from your bathroom is not normal and can be hazardous. If you recently started noticing this odor, it could be due to a number of different issues, including a bad wax ring around your toilet. If you use this bathroom often, this is the most likely cause of the gas smell in the room, and here are a few things to know about this. What Is A Wax Ring? [Read More]

Individual Carbon Monoxide Detectors May Be A Better Choice Than Combo CO/Smoke Detectors

If you have gas appliances in your home, such as a gas heater, a carbon monoxide (CO) detector is a must -- in fact, it's required by law in some states. This has led to the development of many different styles of CO detector, including dual CO/smoke alarms. Those seem really handy, and they can be, but sometimes getting a separate CO detector is better. It really depends on the size of your home and the level of convenience you want. [Read More]