It may sound odd to advise homeowners to call for leak detection from professional plumbers. Aren’t leaks obvious and easy to notice, and therefore the “detection” part unnecessary? We wish that were the truth, since it would make keeping the plumbing in a home in good shape far easier.
Spring is more than half over, and the summer season start at the end of next month. If you haven’t yet arranged for a professional maintenance inspection and tune-up for your home’s air conditioning system, now is the ideal time to check that off your spring “to do” list.
You probably use the garbage disposal in your kitchen every day. These devices are so useful that it’s easy to take them for granted—and that is part of the reason that a number of misunderstandings about them have arisen. Unfortunately, these misunderstanding often lead to people accidentally damaging their disposals.
Most modern plumbing today is made from copper pipes. This metal replaced galvanized steel as the material of choice for plumbing systems because of its light weight, greater flexibility, and most important of all, resistance to corrosion.