Monthly Archives: September 2010

Bathroom Mold Problems

September 30th, 2010|

“You’ve got mold,” is the last thing you want to hear from a professional. Unfortunately, bathroom mold problems are serious in many homes. Mold can lead to various health problems, including sinus infections, dizzy spells and asthma. Left untreated, mold will quickly spread, requiring rooms to be gutted down to the studs and rebuilt. There […]

Is It Time to Replace My Water Heater?

September 24th, 2010|

Knowing when to replace your water heater is a somewhat difficult task. There are usually little to no signs that a water heater is at the end of its days, and while there are guidelines as to the life of a water heater, it’s always variable and dependent on use and care.

If the tank breaks […]

Outdoor Room Ideas to Keep You Outside This Fall

September 23rd, 2010|

If you haven’t set up an outdoor room yet, now is the time to get started! The fall is a beautiful time of year in most areas, and having a comfortable space to enjoy it will encourage your entire family to spend time outside. The fresh air, crisp fall weather, and lovely colors of changing […]

Home Plumbing Myths

September 17th, 2010|

There is nothing quite as annoying as having home plumbing problems. It does not matter if it is a sink that refuses to drain or a toilet that refuses to flush; plumbing problems are a huge headache. Many people have mistaken beliefs about the simplicity of plumbing. The truth is if you do not know […]

Hire a Plumber for Your Handyman Projects

September 16th, 2010|

Everybody likes to make their house their own. From decorating to even building and customizing as much as possible, adding your own touch into your investment is what makes a house a home.

While its fun to create an entirely different look in a room, the work itself isn’t always what you expected. A simple coat […]

Make Sewer Line Inspection a Part of Your New Home Inspection Process

September 10th, 2010|

A sewer line inspection sounds like the most boring aspect of buying a new home. However it could possibly be one of the most important things you do prior to closing the deal. The reality is that the sewer is a detrimental part of your home, without a functioning sewer line your new house can […]

Tips For Choosing Bathroom Plumbing Fixtures

September 9th, 2010|

Whether you have a leaky faucet that needs replacing, or you’re looking at updating one of your bathrooms, choosing new bathroom plumbing fixtures can be an overwhelming experience. Head to your local hardware store and you’re likely to find hundreds of different fixtures on display. Head online and you’ll quickly find access to thousands of […]

What’s Really in Your Drain Cleaner?

September 4th, 2010|

Want a simple way to go green? Start by looking at what’s really in your drain cleaner.

When you experience a clog in your bathroom or kitchen sink, it’s easy to reach into the cabinet for a trusted bottle of drain cleaner. Or head to the store and select one from many on the shelves. Because […]

Searching For A Greener Plumber

September 2nd, 2010|

When you have a plumbing emergency, the only thing that crosses your mind is to get the problem fixed as quickly as possible. When a water heater bursts, the only thought is to get the water cleaned up to avoid more problems, and to restore the ability to use hot water within your home.

But even […]