Insulating your hot water pipes can help you raise the water temperature higher than pipes that are not insulated and reducing heat loss too. As soon as you turn on the showerhead or water faucet, you do not need to wait for a long time for hot water to pour out, thus, it also conserves energy. more »
Do you know, according to a study, indoor water use accounts for nearly 70 percent while outdoor water use makes for 30 percent of the total water usage for most households,! No wonder, with such a high consumption rate in US households today, we may soon run out of water. Indeed, water is worth conserving. more »
Homeowners protect their houses from fires and floods. They utilize warranties for different appliances. Some of them even get their pets health insured. But not all of them protect themselves from costly in-home plumbing emergencies such as sewer line and water line damages. more »
A puddle of water inside the cabinet under your kitchen sink may be caused by a leaking sink drain. When plumbing fittings get old, they are tricky to loosen and it is hard to put them together without strain. more »
There comes a point in time when every homeowner prioritizes a bathroom renovation as their next home improvement project.
Renovating the bathroom might seem simple at first but is very challenging—there are so many different factors that a home owner has to consider. more »
If your faucet is yelling at you, and you have no idea why, here are some tips for you to put an end to all the annoying screeching sounds, once and for all! more »
With soaring temperatures reaching new heights every year, you just want to stay cool for the summer. Here are some ways to keep your body and mind, cool as ice. more »
Minor kitchen plumbing issues can evolve into a nightmare. And the timing couldn’t be worse, with you expecting guests! You need to serve scrumptious food, simultaneously washing dishes and making sure the stations are clean. more »
Not only can undetected leaks shoot up your water bill, but they have the tendency to damage your flooring and furniture as well.
Water can be equally harmful as it is useful. Accumulated water can lead to mold buildup which will cause a lot of health problems for you and your family. Here is a list of common water leaks in the households. more »