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When it comes to home plumbing, the more you learn, the better you will be able to understand plumbing problems. Learning the terminology also will help you communicate better with a professional plumber. Here is a glossary of the top 50 plumbing terms you should know.
Choosing between a local handyman and a professional plumber can be quite tricky. If you have a water pipe that’s been leaking for days, it seems practical to simply call someone from your neighborhood who’s a jack of all trades. But what if the problem takes a turn for the worse and becomes a slab leak? Water damage is not only a physical inconvenience but it can be a very costly blow to your finances as well.
Plumbing problems can happen in any home, at any time. While some are unavoidable due to the wear and tear of different parts in your home plumbing, a lot of the clogging and bursting can be prevented by doing regular maintenance work on your pipes and drains and using common sense.
Plumbing problems are inconvenient, stressful and, in some case, very expensive. It is not uncommon for people to panic and get frustrated once the plumbing stops running smoothly. Here are the top 10 home plumbing repair problems that you are most likely to encounter as a tenant or homeowner (as listed by the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Information Bureau) and tips on what to do to prevent them from happening.
No matter how good you are at fixing minor leaks or burst pipes in your home, at some point you will encounter a plumbing issue that will require repair or parts replacement by a professional. Before hiring a plumbing contractor, ask these 10 important questions to make sure that you get the best value for your money.
With so many video tutorials readily available online, it can be tempting to try to fix your home plumbing problems especially if you love DIY stuff. Most of the time, however, calling a professional plumber is the best option even for seemingly easy projects. Let me tell you why.