With the freezing temperatures of winter finally shifting to the summer thaw, it's the perfect time to start thinking about how to maximize your heating for next year. If you've been thinking about making the switch from traditional heating oil to an alternative fuel source, making the switch now gives you time to sort it all out before the weather cools off for the next winter season. The good news is that you don't even have to replace your furnace. [Read More]
Did The Lower Heating Element In Your Electric Hot Water Heater Fail? Tips For Replacing It
If the hot water in your home has suddenly turned cold, it could be an issue with your electric hot water heater's heating element. With there being a upper and lower element, all it takes is one of them to break for the unit to start putting out cold water, since only half of the water is being heated. Thankfully, replacing your tank's heating element along the bottom does not require that you have knowledge of electrical work or have special tools. [Read More]
Signs You Need To Replace Your Plumbing
Your home's plumbing is an integral part of your everyday life, providing water to your washing machine, your shower, your sinks, and a variety of other water fixtures and appliances. If there is an issue with your plumbing, it can have wide reaching effects throughout the rest of your home. Thankfully, there are a couple of warning signs that you can watch out for to help determine when you need to contact a professional to have your plumbing replaced. [Read More]
Bathroom Sinks—Should You Repair Or Replace Your Sink?
You should examine the needs of your household when choosing a bathroom sink. It is easy to want to go with the decorating trends, but a durable sink is always in style. You must understand that a sink that is in constant use requires occasional maintenance. For these reasons, you may have to call in a plumber to make sink repairs from time to time. However, it can become pointless to just constantly make repairs, so instead you may want to upgrade your sink. [Read More]