Clogged up drains are one of the hassles in life that most of us simply accept. They are going to happen and you just might as well get used them.
Clogged drains are a part of everyday life, and they are one of the more common household nuisances that can bring your day to brief halt until fixed. But even given that clogging is something that can easily occur, they shouldn't occur regularly.
Ice sometimes appears on the indoor evaporator coil of an air conditioner—and that’s not something that you want to happen. An AC doesn’t use ice at any point in its operation, and development of frost along the components indicates that the system needs to have repair work done right away.
You currently don’t have any plumbing repairs—emergency or otherwise—that need the assistance of a professional. Nor are you planning new home construction that requires plumbers to install new pipes and fixtures. So you must not need a plumber, right?
Nobody wants to have foul, sewer-like odors wafting through their house. When you detect these kinds of smells emanating from your home’s drains, you’ll definitely want to do something about it. But to know what needs to be done, you need to first understand what is causing these smells in the first place. There are a number of possible sources for this problem, each with different solutions. Here are three of the most common ones: (more…)