Three Tips For Deciding What Material To Use For A Clean-Out Plug

It's necessary to have one or more clean-out plugs in your home if you want to periodically clean and otherwise maintain your pipes. The right choice of clean-out plug for you depends on both the circumstances of your home and your own individual preferences. When it's time to decide what clean-out plug material to use in one area of your home, these three tips will assist you. Consider How Close The Clean-out Plug Will Be To A Toilet Read More 

Why An Air Conditioner Tune-Up Is Worth It

Everyone has seen commercials on television or heard them on the radio that talks about an air conditioner tune-up. Getting your air conditioner ready for the hot summer months is important so that you can make sure that the cold air is blowing and that it does not break down when you most need it. But what does a tune-up actually consist of and is it actually worth doing every year? Read More 

3 Quick Furnace Troubleshooting Tips That Require No Expertise

Furnace problems can leave you feeling chilly during the coldest months of the year. If your heater doesn't seem to be working to its full capacity, there are a few quick troubleshooting tricks you can try. Problems that persist are likely bigger issues that should be left in the capable hands of a heating repair technician. Here are a few quick furnace troubleshooting ideas that are appropriate for nearly any adult homeowner. Read More 

Poop! 5 Signs Your Toilet Needs To Be Replaced

Toilets do not last forever, sadly. They work one day, and have a problem that needs to be repaired the next. There are signs that they put off to show that maybe a replacement is necessary, instead of just another repair. As a homeowner, it is important to recognize when your toilet is trying to tell you it needs to be replaced instead of repaired. 1. Excessive Leaking If your toilet is excessively leaking into the floor boards of your home, it may be time for a replacement. Read More 

How To Repair A Tub Trip Lever

If the water level in your tub drops or drains slowly, you may need to repair the trip lever. A trip lever is the mechanism connected to the wall that opens and closes the drain stopper. A trip lever drain can operate with a spring or stay hidden in the drain until you raise the lever. Both types are repaired the same way. Here are some tips to help you fix the trip lever in a tub drain. Read More