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Even though most water heaters last 10 to 15 years according to manufacturers, it is best to start shopping for a new one after 7 years, as they often need early replacement. It is wise to do some research before your heater fails, as it will enable you to select a new one that most appropriately meets your needs, when the time comes to replace the old one.
If you don't have a plumbing snake, you could always use a wire hanger from your closet. To do so, unwind the hanger and straighten it, except for the hook. From there, wrap a small cloth or rag around the hook so that it wont scratch or damage the porcelain. Then, while wearing rubber gloves, angle the hanger gently down the drain until you reach the clog. When water starts to drain, give your toilet a few flushes to clear it out.
Be sure to lower the thermostat on your water heater after installation, the units often come from the factory with dangerously high temperature settings. Be sure to lower the thermostat on your water heater after installation, the units often come from the factory with dangerously high temperature settings. A setting of around 115°F is more than enough for most users.
The best way to end your two-week vacation on a sour note is to come home and find your house has flooded. Turning off the main water valve before you leave can save you a lot of money and a big headache. When you shut the valve, also open a couple of bathtub or sink faucets to let the water pressure dissipate from the lines. It might sound like work, but trust us, it is less work than a huge cleanup and it's easier on the bank!
Sometimes damage from termites isn't covered by homeowners insurance, unfortunately. In fact, termites cost property owners in excess of $5 billion per year. A wide spread termite infestation can't be remedied by store-bought products. A professional exterminator is necessary for this, as they have access to the most potent products which are unavailable to the public. If you call Dr. Pipes, we can get the right contractor for you.
75% of homes built prior to 1978 may have been painted with lead-based paint, which is a dangerous issue for even the most experienced contractors. Lead is very deadly, don't ever try to remove it yourself. Call a licensed specialist to deal with the problem, it is not worth risking your life to save a few dollars. You can call Dr. Pipes for this. We will be happy to forward you to somebody licensed and trusted.
When renovating, there are countless scenarios where you might find yourself wanting to remove a wall. Rethink it, as it could have devastating consequences like damage to the integrity of your house, and some cities and municipalities actually require you to have a permit to do it if the wall in question is structural. Always consult a professional before picking up the sledgehammer yourself. If you call us, we will happily refer someone certified and trusted.
When looking to add or replace light fixtures, it is best to call in an electrician than to have a go at it yourself. If proper permits aren't obtained or the work is not done by a certified professional, an insurance company may find legal grounds to deny your claim in the event of a fire. Faulty wiring is one of the leading causes of residential fires. If you call Dr. Pipes, we will be happy to refer a trusted electrician.