If your water heater isn't providing hot water, read through these possible reasons why.
Drain cleaning is something that should always be done by a professional, at least if you want it done properly. The last thing you want to do is to rely on store bought drain cleaners, for a number of reasons.
Before water is piped into your home from the municipal supply, it goes through extensive testing and treatment. While this treatment removes a lot of the more harmful materials commonly present in water, it doesn’t remove it all.
Water heaters are solid systems, but they’re just as likely to develop problems as any other. As with other systems, it’s also important that you identify problems as early as possible.
Winter brings an awful lot of different demands on your time and attention, especially in December. However, if you want to avoid expensive problems later on you still need to take steps to make sure that your home systems are in good condition.
Water heaters last a long time, but they are not eternal. Sooner or later, you’re going to need to replace your water heater no matter how well you’ve taken care of it. It’s especially important that you evaluate your system now, as strain can increase during the winter.
Winter is one of those seasons where you’re more likely to have problems with flooding, especially in basements and crawl spaces. If you’ve dealt with this problem before, chances are that you already have a sump pump installed in one or more of those vulnerable areas.
As an active part of the Kansas City community, Lutz Plumbing, Inc. is proud to support The Starfish Project in their efforts to benefit the Whittier School. The school has many students who need additional, necessary resources in order to succeed.
You’re probably deep in holiday preparations at the moment, getting everything ready for guests and feasting. That’s all well and good, but it’s important that you don’t neglect some of the other aspects of your home when it comes to the holidays.
Of all the various plumbing pipes that make up your plumbing system, your water line is the most important. The water line is the pipe responsible for transporting all water from your well or water main into the home.
For many years, the only real option when it came to residential water heating was the tank water heater. Now, though, the primary choice that homeowners face for water heaters is whether or not to go tankless.
If your toilet is overflowing, the number one thing you need to remember is: DON’T PANIC! If you know what to do, and act quickly, you can both temporarily halt the crisis while you wait for a plumber to arrive and mitigate a lot of water damage.