Whether you’ve lived in your current home for years or you’ve just moved in to your first house ever, there are some things about a home’s plumbing system that every homeowner should know.
It should come as no surprise that the plumbing trade remains a popular career choice. Here's how to become a plumber in Georgia.
When the water pipes in your home are quiet and working normally, you probably don’t give them much thought. As long as the water goes down the drain when you use the sink and the toilet flushes without spilling water out onto the floor, it’s all good. Right?
It might seem rather obvious, but a tankless water heater is – you guessed it, a water heater that has no tank. Also known as an on-demand water heater or instantaneous water heater, the tankless water heater has become quite popular in recent years and with good reason.
Not all garbage is created equally and while some items are well-suited for the garbage disposal, other items are not. Here's a list of what should and shouldn't be in your kitchen disposal.
All plumbing systems develop clogs over time, there’s really just no way around it. One of the most common plumbing problems we get calls on is when there is a slow-moving or clogged drain in the bathroom sink. Fortunately, a bathroom sink clog is usually a simple fix and all you need to get the sink draining properly again is a little time and the right tools.