Tips to keep your electric, heating and plumbing working after massive snowstorm
If you want your electric, heating and plumbing systems to continue working after this weekend's historic snowfall, these experts have some tips to help.
Plumbing Tip: Signs of a Backed Up Sewer Line
See the World Through These Amazing Swimming Pools
Marieke van der Velden’s photography has taken her all over the world. In 2008, she started an unusual sort of travel diary, when she began taking imag ...
8 Lifesaving Septic Tank Safety Tips
Working on or near a septic tank can be dangerous, especially if you don't have the right equipment. Follow these septic tank tips to keep your family safe.
How to Achieve Better Yard Drainage
Wet spots in your yard are a nuisance and an eyesore. Grass will die if it’s underwater for too long. You can’t mow over wet areas, and everyone tracks mud into the house. If the soggy area is close to your house, it can cause your basement to leak, or worse. So what’s the answer? In this article we’ll review the options.
What Size Water Heater Do I Need? Simple Concepts Will Answer
The question, “ What size water heater do I need?” can be answered by some simple concepts to get you a fairly accurate answer.
5 DIY plumbing tricks (including how to recover items from the toilet!)
These plumbing hacks are the next best thing to having family in the business — and you can do them yourself.
A Hot Summer Can Put Your Home at Risk for Costly Plumbing Damage
Summer is here, which means hot, dry weather will be here, too. Did you know summer months put your plumbing and pipelines at risk for root invasion? Grounds care expert Rachelle Kemp, technical services specialist for The Grounds Guys, and plumbing expert Trent Dawson, owner of Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Mid-Ohio, help explain how this invasion occurs, the damage it can cause, and what you can do to prevent costly repairs.
How to Repair a Rotted Porch Post
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to permanently patch a decaying porch post