If a foul sewer odor overwhelms your home, and you can't locate the source of the smell, check the unused or barely used bathrooms in your house. Unused sink traps (p-traps) and drains can dry out and release odors into the house. Sewer odors can be toxic or dangerous, so it's essential that you find the source of the odors and repair it. With this information and tips, you can eliminate the smell in your home now.
If you have a kitchen sink that has suddenly lost water pressure, then you may be confused if pressure seems consistent throughout the rest of your home. However, sink pressure problems are common and they are often caused by one of two inexpensive parts attached to the sink. You can usually fix the issue on your own. Keep reading to find out how. Clean the Aerator Almost all kitchen sinks have an aerator attachment screwed onto the end of the faucet.
When it comes to dealing with home repairs, plumbing issues can be incredibly overwhelming. In addition to being messy, plumbing problems can also cost a lot of money and take a lot of time. I realized that I wasn't qualified or mentally prepared to handle plumbing issues on my own, so I turned to a few professional plumbers to help me to make things right. They were easy to work with, competitively priced, and very quick. Within a few short months, they were able to completely overhaul our home, and I felt really great about what they were able to accomplish. Check out this blog for more information.