Avoiding the Wet Dog Look

Avoiding the Wet Dog Look

  • Primed To Pump: Well Water Repairs

    The majority of well water pump issues boil down to two types of problems: plumbing or electrical. Making a service call can cost you some serious money. Also, some service providers use inferior parts, which can lead to only temporary fixes. Here's a quick guide to help you tackle the most common well water problems. Where's the Water? When your well water pump fails, your water source will go dry. If you turn on a sink or open a hose valve only to discover that no water flows, your well water pump has likely malfunctioned.

  • To Repair or Replace? That's the Question for Your Broken Water Heater

    Dealing with a broken water heater can be a frustrating experience. The question you're likely faced with right now is whether you should have your trusted plumber make repairs to your water heater or simply replace it with a newer and more reliable unit. Making this choice can be a bit difficult, so here are a few points to consider before settling on your final decision. When to Repair Your Water Heater

  • Important Things to Know About the Purposes of a Sump Pit

    If you have a basement in your home, you probably have a sump pit too. In this pit, you will find a pump, which is used to carry water away from the home and into your yard. Sump pumps are great for keeping water out of basements, but they are often used improperly. Here are several important things you should know to make sure your home is using the sump pit for what it was designed for.

  • Ditch The Tank: Tips For Taking Care Of A Tankless Hot Water System

    If you've decided to replace your cumbersome hot water tank with an on-demand hot water system, you need to be prepared to take proper care of it. It's easy to overlook the needs of a tankless system because it's out of the way. If you want to be sure that you're getting the longest lifespan and the best results from your new tankless heater, here are a few things that you need to think about.

  • Simple Tips For Finding Water Leaks

    Whether you suspect you have a water leak or not, it pays to regularly check for them. Just a leaky toilet alone can drip away up to 200 gallons per day, costing the average homeowner in the neighborhood of $70 per month. But leaks can cost way more than that if you suffer water damage as a result. If you're not sure how to narrow down the culprit, here are tips for finding water leaks in and around your home and what to do about them.

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About Me
Avoiding the Wet Dog Look

During the summer months, I enjoy taking care of my outdoor plants and flowers. Because I live in the southern United States, my vegetation needs water almost daily. Thankfully, I have a convenient outdoor faucet connected to my home. However, I recently endured some problems with this source of water. When I turned on the faucet, I was greeted with a forceful spray of water going in all directions. Before I could gather my senses and turn the water off, I resembled my dog after she jumps into a pool of water. To avoid the wet dog look in the future, I plan to hire a professional plumber to take care of my faulty faucet. On this blog, you will learn about the benefits of securing a reputable plumber to repair your problematic faucets.