• QHow do I find out if my toilet is leaking?
  • AYou can check the leakage in your toilet by putting dye or food coloring in the tank. Wait for a few minutes to check if you can see colored water in toilet. Remember not to flush during this process. Sounds coming from toilet, even when it is not used, may be because of a leak.
  • QMy Dishwasher does not drain completely. How do I fix this?
  • AIf your dishwasher is not draining completely, you must check for any blockage caused by food particles. You should clean the drain basket to get rid of debris. Also, check for any kind of twist in drain hose. Cleaning of the drain hose might be required.
  • QMy water heater is producing rust colored water. What should I do?
  • AIn this situation, sacrificial anode rod might need to be replaced. This rod can fail and lead to rust colored water. You must use an appropriate sacrificial anode that suits your water heater. Make sure to turn off the water heater along with water supply first. You should also drain the tank before replacing anode.
  • QHow can I fix the leaking faucet in my house?
  • AFirst, you need to make sure that water supply is off. Then you can open the faucet with appropriate tools to identify the reason behind leak. Check it for damages and replace damaged parts with apposite replacement parts. Usually, O-ring and washer are the parts that are damaged.
  • QMy garbage disposal is producing a foul odor? What can I do to fix this?
  • AYou should use dish washing detergent and lots of water to clean any debris buildup in garbage disposal, while it is running. You can also use vinegar for this purpose as it is a natural deodorizer. But, do not forget to remove the rubber parts first to avoid damaging them.
  • QI have low water pressure in my bathroom. How do fix this?
  • AIf you have low pressure in your bathroom only, the source of the problem is likely a clogged faucet or aerator. Clean debris or buildup in aerator, soak it in a water-vinegar solution, and see if it resolves the problem. You should also look for a water leak that could be the cause of problem.
  • QCan a leaking toilet increase my water bill?
  • AYes, definitely it can. A leaking toilet can draw plenty of water that could be anything from a few gallons of water to hundreds of gallons depending on the leakage. Water loss due to leakage should be addressed immediately.
  • QWhy Should I hire a licensed Plumber?
  • AYou should always hire licensed and insured plumbers only to ensure that they are legitimate. Hiring unlicensed plumbers can cost you lot of money and you might end up regretting. Wrong selection can cause significant damage to your property and may pose health risks to your family.
  • QWhat should I do about my water bill that just went up?
  • AUsually water rates are consistent, but if you notice that your water has increased more than 20% for no valid reasons, you must start looking for the causes. Possibilities are that there is a leak of some kind that you must find. If you are not able to find the cause, call a qualified plumber.
  • QHow do I keep my pipes from freezing?
  • ATo make sure that your pipes do not freeze in winter, you need to keep the pipes well insulated. For inside pipes, it would not be a problem, but outside pipes may need more coverings for extra insulation.