Imagine my surprise when I came home from work one freezing cold evening and found water flooding my basement. I ran to turn off the water and then I called the plumber. Even though it was late in the evening, the plumber immediately came to my house and fixed the busted water line. The plumber told me that I could have prevented my water line from freezing and busting if I had winterized the pipes. After researching various methods, I insulated the pipes so they won't freeze again. My name is Joel Hampton and this blog is about the different ways to winterize your plumbing pipes to keep them from freezing. Coming home to a basement filled with water is a nightmare and I hope that after reading the information in my blog, it won't happen to you.
4 March 2015
If your water heater is nearing the end of its useful life and you're debating whether to replace or repair, you may be interested in new federal standards governing water heater efficiency. Although water heaters have become much more efficient and sleek over the past couple of decades, the next few years may have even bigger changes in store. Read on to learn more about these standards and how they may impact your water heater purchase.
2 March 2015
There are several reasons to replace your home's old plumbing, even if it's currently working correctly. Taking these steps now can prevent problems in the future. No More Pressure Problems: Leaks and Air in Your Pipes If you're tired of half-powered showers with no water pressure, then you may want to look into replacing your plumbing. Any kind of stress fracture, crack, or hole can lead to water leaking, which can reduce your water pressure.