Any type of oil or grease should never be put in a garbage disposal as it can crystallize as it cools down, thus causing your pipes to clog. Celery should never be put in your disposal as the fibers can wrap themselves are the blades. Other items such as egg shells, pits from fruit, and coffee grounds should never be put in your garbage disposal.
Depending on the faucet itself and how it was originally installed will determine when it should be replaced. Most faucets can have a lifespan up to 20 years, but there are many reasons they may need replaced sooner, one of which is the quality of your water. If you have hard water, your faucets will corrode quicker than that of soft water.
The average water heater can last up to ten years, however if you notice that it is leaking, it is time to change it immediately. Many people will choose to replace a large tank that takes up a lot of room to a tankless water heater. It’s not only about age and replacing your water heater, but it’s about convenience and having more room in the area where your water heater is stored.
Low water pressure in a home can be caused by various factors, including municipal supply issues, water leaks in the plumbing system, blockages or corrosion in pipes, malfunctioning pressure regulators, clogged aerators or showerheads, high water demand, or inadequate plumbing system design.
Installing a water softener offers the benefits of softer water, resulting in smoother skin, shinier hair, and reduced soap scum. It can also help prolong the lifespan of appliances and plumbing by minimizing scale and mineral deposits, leading to improved efficiency and lower maintenance costs.
Depending on the age of your home, sometimes it is best to re-pipe the entire house rather than taking the chance of repairing multiple pipes. Depending on the size of your home will determine how long the re-pipe will take. We will consult with our customer and give you a fair and accurate price, along with a guarantee on your re-pipe project.