Clean Team Plumbing’s Home Maintenance Blog
One of the most obnoxious things that can happen in your home is a clogged toilet. While this may not seem like a big deal, it can cause flooding that will ultimately result in costly damages. Knowing how to fix a toilet on your own can be essential when you have an overflowing toilet.
If you’re like most people, the pipes in your home are somewhat of a mystery to you. You know what their function is (or at least you’re pretty sure you do), and you know that sometimes they can leak and cause a problem. If this describes you accurately, then get ready for your knowledge to expand.
There’s more than one way to tell if your home’s plumbing pipes are need of a partial or full replacement, and the clues aren’t always as obvious as visible rust or corrosion. Here are five key indicators that your home is probably in need or repiping.
The springtime could be a beautiful time of the year for rebirth and regrowth in nature. The birds begin to chirp happily as they bathe out in the last few puddles of winter rain. This peaceful time of the year could feel us rejuvenated as life begins to come back out after the winter and inspire us to get some spring cleaning...
In August, Texas was hit with a natural disaster leaving tens of thousands of local residences without electricity, food, water or a place to call home. Hurricane Harvey swept through Texas leaving behind more than 40 inches of rain across more all of Texas; resulting in flooding hundreds of thousands of homes, displacing more than 30,000 people, prompting more than 17,000 rescues and causing an estimated $70 billion with of total damages.