Nothing ruins a relaxing bathtub soak or shower than the prospect of seeing drain worms or drain flies. They can also be found in sink drains or even the toilet. Most homeowners resort to pouring down drain cleaners in hopes of killing the drain worms once and for all. But this tactic is not only damaging to the pipes, but it may also not be effective in the long run. Read More
The toilet is one of the most important seats in a home. It’s also one of the most long lasting fixtures in the home - so replacements are usually few and far between. Homeowners can be faced with numerous small repairs through the lifetime of a toilet before the need for replacement arises. Read More
A leaking toilet is one of the most inconvenient and costly plumbing problems that homeowners face. A common tell-tale sign of a leaking toilet is the formation of a puddle near the toilet or moisture spontaneously forming on the toilet’s tank. Another tell-tale sign is a toilet that keeps running or flushing even when it isn’t used. Read More
For homeowners all over the world, one of the most worrisome and inconvenient problems that they can encounter is a leaking toilet. Additionally, the signs of a leaky toilet usually only become pronounced and noticeable when the leak has gotten bad - meaning that the moment you notice a leakage, repair needs to be done ASAP. Read More
Whether you’ve recently dealt with indoor flooding or something more minor like a pipe leak, the moisture or direct contact with the water can impact wooden items in your home like your furniture, floorboards, and other structural parts of your home.
In this article, we will shed some light on what water damage looks like on wood, what damages you can fix, and what you can do to fix them. Read More