Archive for October 2014
How To Increase My Water Pressure
Low water pressure is a problem that is faced by every house now and then. While it may not seem as big a problem as others, it too needs to be addressed quickly and effectively in order to eliminate the problem early on and avoid any problems in the future. Determine the Cause There could…Read More
Why Is My Water Pressure Low?
Low water pressure can be one of the most annoying plumbing issues to deal with. The most frustrating part of the issue is trying to identify just what is causing low water pressure. When the water pressure in your home is functioning at a subpar level, small daily activities become irksome tasks. Mineral Buildup and…Read More
Why Do I Have Water Spots on My Walls and Ceiling?
Water Spots and Leaking Pipes Your ceiling and the walls of your bathroom or kitchen might have water spots because your pipes are leaking. What should you do? Your first priority should be to find every damaged or damp spot on your walls as you search for the source of the leaks. More Signs to Watch Out…Read More
What You Should Do if Water Leaks are Ruining Your Walls
You just bought a new home. Why are your walls damp? It could be that your pipes are leaking. If your freshly painted walls have started to blister after a few weeks, your internal pipes might have sprung leaks or rainwater might have seeped in through the roof. Whatever the case may be, you do…Read More
How to Fix Corroding Pipes
Metal water pipes are usually made of copper which is good at handling extreme hot and cold temperatures, however, at times these pipes may witness corrosion due to the hot and cold water usage. You should take the following steps to fix corroded pipes: Step 1: Find the Corroding pipes The best way is to…Read More
Why is My Tap Water Discolored?
THE ANSWER: Your water lines are corroding. If you are facing the problem of water discoloration it might be due to the fact that your water pipes are corroding. You may wake up every morning to find your water discolored in your water system. This happens because the water has remained stagnant in the system…Read More
How to Reduce Your Water Bill
You can reduce your water bill if you fix any damaged pipes. Leaky pipes waste water that you do not use. However, try telling that to the utility company. Fortunately, the problem is fixable. Here is what you can do. Thaw Frozen Pipes If your pipes have frozen up again, you need to fix them…Read More
Why is my water bill so high?
Your water bill might be going through the roof because your pipes are damaged. It isn’t because vandals broke in your home when you were on vacation and used your bathtub, now is it? Your favorite bath oils are still as full as you left them and the bathroom was dry as a bone. Damaged…Read More