The water heater in your home is a device that needs to be operating properly 365 days a year, no matter the weather outside. Every day you must have hot water on demand for cooking, cleaning, showering, and bathing.
Many people don’t realize that plumbing involves installing and fixing pipes that don’t carry water or waste through a home. Plumbing also includes gas piping for houses that have a natural gas connection to a municipal source.
We recently put up a post about the caution you need to take around this time of year about what goes down your garbage disposal. November and December are months when more cooking takes place than usual, not only for Thanksgiving feasts but also for parties and to feed visiting relatives.
If you’re currently looking around for a heating option for a new home, a boiler is probably on your list of possible choices. But how high is it on the list? The fact is that boilers are not as common when it comes to residential heating as forced-air systems (such as furnaces).
We hope you had a happy Halloween season—and we also hope you didn’t have to make an emergency plumbing call to fix a broken disposal. The #1 reason for plumbing calls during Halloween season is because of pumpkin pulp jamming up garbage disposals.