The Best Way to Avoid a Leak in Your Pool

The Best Way to Avoid a Leak in Your Pool

If you are a pool owner, you know how important it is to keep your pool in good condition. Doing so can help you avoid costly professional services, like cleaning your pool after you allow algae to get out of control, or repairing leaks that could have been prevented....
Here Are 5 Common Signs of a Leaking Pool

Here Are 5 Common Signs of a Leaking Pool

When you have a pool in your backyard, you’re bound to deal with some moisture on the deck and in other areas close to the pool—especially if you have kids who like to see how large of a splash they can make when jumping in the water. Of course, splashing and natural...
How to Prevent Slab Leaks When Temperatures Drop

How to Prevent Slab Leaks When Temperatures Drop

A frozen pipe can be a homeowner’s worst nightmare. The nightmare gets significantly worse if that frozen, burst pipe is buried under a concrete slab. Repairing a slab leak will mean breaking apart your concrete and digging up the buried line before repairs...
Will My Homeowners Insurance Cover My Leaky Pipes?

Will My Homeowners Insurance Cover My Leaky Pipes?

Plumbing leaks can be a source of major water damage for some homeowners, and the resulting repair costs are never cheap. If you’ve discovered water damage from a leaky pipe, you’ll likely be wondering just how much of that damage will be covered by your...
What to Do If Moisture Is Found in Your Home

What to Do If Moisture Is Found in Your Home

A little moisture is bound to occur in your home from time to time. The bathroom will get humid when you take a hot bath or shower. The kitchen may get a bit more humid while you’re cooking. But if you have a persistent issue of high humidity in a certain area of your...
How to Fix a Leaky Pipe in Your Wall

How to Fix a Leaky Pipe in Your Wall

Having basic plumbing skills is a good trait for a homeowner. It can allow you to fix many common household leaks so that you don’t always have to contact a plumber. This can include fixes like dripping sink faucets, leaky garbage disposals, toilets that won’t stop...
What Are the Signs That You Should Call a Plumber?

What Are the Signs That You Should Call a Plumber?

Not every plumbing problem requires the immediate attention of a professional plumber. Sometimes, you might be able to fix the problem yourself, and you can save yourself the cost of calling a plumber. But how do you know when to call a plumber and when it’s something...