Best Techniques For Winterizing Your Water Pipes
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Best Techniques For Winterizing Your Water Pipes

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.

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Best Techniques For Winterizing Your Water Pipes

  • Fixing Sink Leaks On Your Own

    11 November 2015

    If you have a leak underneath your kitchen sink then you may be able to fix it yourself. This article will walk you through the process of determining where the leak is coming from and explain how to fix the leak on your own. Prepare the work area As soon as you know you have a leak under your sink, remove everything from under it and set a bowl down there to catch the drips.

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Why You Need to Get Your Heater Repaired

    2 November 2015

    If you've been putting off having your heater serviced, you should know that you may be putting yourself in danger of carbon monoxide poisoning. Heaters that are not functioning properly can emit high levels of carbon monoxide gas into your home. More than 200 people diefrom carbon monoxide poisoning in the United States each year. Here are some things you need to know about carbon monoxide and your heater. What Carbon Monoxide Does

  • Time For A New Water Heater? A Tankless System Might Be The Way To Go

    27 October 2015

    If the heating element in your water heater goes bad, you can probably have it repaired. If your tank starts leaking because it's rusted and corroded, you won't have any choice but to replace it. If you've had your water heater for many years, you may be surprised at all the options available today. You don't necessarily have to switch your unit out with one of the same kind. Instead, you may want a tankless heater or a solar water heater.

  • Tips For Making Your Bathroom A Safer Place As You Age

    19 October 2015

    If you are finding your bathroom to be a more difficult place to navigate as you age, then you want to do what you can to make it both more comfortable and safer. Not only can the bathroom be an unpleasant place to be if it's not set up with your best interest in mind, but it can also pose a variety of safety risks. The advice below will help you to turn your bathroom into a safer and more comfortable room for you.

  • Plumbing Problems In Your Apartment: Common Issues And What You Can Do

    13 October 2015

    When you move into your first rental apartment on your own, you likely do not have experience with home maintenance issues that may arise when you have an entire apartment all to yourself. Plumbing issues are among the most common home maintenance issues that an apartment renter may experience. However, you may not know which plumbing problems you can handle yourself and which require you to contact your landlord for professional plumbing services and assistance.