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Do-it-yourself videos have a knack for making everything look easy, but if you've ever tackled a project as a first-timer, you know it doesn't go the way they show it on YouTube. While it is possible to overcome unexpected difficulties, doing so as a first-timer is typically a long and frustrating process. Do you really want to go through all of this just to put in a new faucet?
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The drains in your home carry used water out of your home and to your septic system or the sewer drain line. If you don’t properly care for and maintain your drains, they can fail, which can cause nasty water backups. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of how to properly care for their drains. Here are a few tips you can follow for proper drain maintenance:
A failed sewer line is already bad enough, but with traditional repair methods, the repair process can make the situation seem even worse. Normally, a line that is broken or suffers from drips and leaks has to be dug up out of the ground, and anything in the way has to be destroyed in the process. Your lawn, shrubs, and possibly even your driveway could be torn up by the merciless jaws of a backhoe. Wouldn't you rather use a method that doesn't require any of this destruction?
Typically, when you need a sewer line repaired, the sewer line needs to be exposed in order to make the repair. This can involve cutting through a concrete slab or tearing up your yard. Accessing the sewer line can be one of the most laborious and expensive parts of the repair. Fortunately, there is now an alternative to regular sewer repair called trenchless sewer repair. Read on to learn everything you need to know about trenchless sewer repair, including the benefits.
The estimated lifespan of a toilet is 50 years. However, many toilets need to be replaced sooner because the parts that make up the toilet fail before the porcelain fixture itself. Many homeowners are unsure when they need to or should replace their toilets. Here are a few signs you may need to replace your toilet.
When the outdoor temperatures skyrocket, you expect your air conditioner to keep your home cool. To do this, you need to ensure your air conditioner is prepared for these summer months. Here are a few tips to help you get your air conditioner ready.
When the summer heat arrives, there's nothing worse than flipping on your air conditioning and finding out it doesn't work. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to avoid such a scenario and make sure your air conditioning works. Here's a look at why your air conditioning needs to work this summer.
A sink disposal is great if you generate a lot of kitchen scraps. You never have to worry about the garbage can starting to smell as it awaits trash day, and you don't have to worry about clogging your drain, either. This makes getting a disposal a simple decision. The only question is how to go about getting it installed.
A water heater is one of the big workhorses of your home, but it's also one of the easiest to ignore. When it's well-maintained and running properly, it is almost silent. It's also typically stationed in a basement or utility room, so you don't see it every day. Despite all of this, it does require some maintenance.
After your heating and cooling unit heats or cools air, it blows that air through ductwork into your home where it exits through vents. Ducts are flexible, thin metal tubes, which can rip or break due to age, pests, or the natural contraction and expansion they undergo as hot and cold air travels through them. When there is a hole, rip or tear in the ductwork, heated or cooled air can escape, rather than properly traveling through to your vents. This is why it is so important to have them repaired if needed. Here are two of the most common signs that your ductwork may have a rip or tear and need to be repaired or replaced.
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