Homeowners and renters alike have heard numerous tips and “advice” on how to take care of their plumbing systems. Some of it was passed down from family, and other times it may have been advice from online. And most of it-wrong. We have compiled a list of common plumbing myths and the correct advice to go with each. Myth #
There are a few scenarios that are our top calls for air conditioning and HVAC problems, especially in the spring or wintertime. Before your air conditioner gives out, before you really need it this summer, call us to schedule a regular maintenance check-up. If your air conditioning system is having serious problems, contact a professional HVAC repair company for help.
We’ve all done it – dropped something in the toilet or down a sink drain. Sometimes it’s our cell phone and relatively easy to retrieve (if not sometimes gross). Other times it is a favorite necklace or a wedding band. In stranger cases, it’s usually a child playing “hide” the keys or favorite toy. However it happened, our sinks, tubs,
So, you’ve finally had the chance to remodel your kitchen, and you can’t wait to pick out the new cabinets and countertops! So much happens during a renovation, especially if you choose to do some or all of the upgrades yourself. While giving your kitchen a facelift, keep in mind that in order to avoid an expensive gaffe, there are
Hard water can be problematic and it is usually a regional issue, unluckily for us Floridians, we fall into the affected region. Hard water is caused by minerals like calcium, aluminum, magnesium, and iron in tap water sources. These minerals come from water passing through layers of limestone in the ground. The high concentration of minerals in the water can
Dust is a constant battle. It always seems to be in your home no matter how often you dust. Dust comes from somewhere, so rest assured you may be able to manage it. Dust is primarily made up from dirt pollen, dead skin cells, pet or people hair, pet dander, and other small particles. Pets When pets come back in
There are times when you may need to make a quick fix yourself on your pipes, so it’s important to have the right tools in your toolbox. Use this helpful guide to stock your tool box and understand what each is best used for. Flashlight You will be dealing in small, dark spaces when working on most of your pipes.
This week we are concluding our Dirty Sock Syndrome with information on how to treat and prevent falling victim to Dirty Sock Syndrome. Preventing Dirty Sock Syndrome The best treatment is always taking the right steps to prevent Dirty Sock Syndrome from happening to your air conditioning system in the first place. The best way to do this is with
Have you turned on your air conditioning unit recently and noticed a foul, rotten, or moldy smell flow through the vents? If so, you may have fallen victim to Dirty Sock Syndrome. Dirty Sock Syndrome is a real problem, albeit with a silly sounding name, that can affect anyone with an air conditioning unit. What is Dirty Sock Syndrome and
Water heaters make up a large part of your plumbing system. They connect to all of the pipes going to sinks, showers, tubs, dishwashers, and other appliances. They provide us with the hot showers we enjoy at the end of a long day. They allow us to wash our clothes and dishes. Without one, we would be living in the