New Garbage Disposal Owner’s Tip: How To Clear A Garbage Disposal Clogged With Food

Certain summertime foods like corn and watermelon are notorious for clogging up a garbage disposal. Pieces from the corn cobs and watermelon rinds can get stuck between the blade and the wall of the disposal unit and cause it to stop working. Sometimes, the symptom of the clog can mimic an electrical problem and you'll have to do some checking before you can determine if the disposal is clogged. If you are a new garbage disposal owner who has never dealt with a clog caused by summertime fruits and vegetables, here is what you should do. Read More 

3 Tips To Consider For A Problematic Gas Water Heater

Have you grown frustrated with the hot water constantly getting cold in your house? It might be time for your gas water heater to be repaired, as several things can lead to it failing to keep water hot. Investing in a different type of water heater is something that you can consider as well. Take a look at this article for a few helpful tips that might help with getting to the bottom of your hot water problem. Read More 

3 Essential Tools For Recaulking Your Bathtub

Over time, the caulk around a bathroom tub tends to break down and become discolored by mildew, thus necessitating fresh caulk to be applied every few years. Even if you're a caulking amateur, this task should be simple enough for you to perform--so long as you arm yourself with the right tools, that is. This article will introduce three things you might not realize you need.   Plastic Razor The initial task in any recaulking job is to remove that old, worn-out caulk. Read More 

3 Things You Never Want To Put Down Your Drain

Your home is composed of a number of different components that all come together to make everything work properly. One of those components is your septic system. You depend on it to take the waste out of your home and store it in its tank until you have your system cleaned out. While many people think they can put just about anything they want down their drain, that isn't the case. Read More 

Learn Everything You Need To Know About Freezing Pipes Under Your Mobile Home

Mobile homes often serve as great starter homes because they are far more affordable than traditional homes and do not require as much upkeep. If you are considering the purchase of a mobile home in the near future, it is important to realize that the pipes under the home can sometimes freeze when temperatures drop below freezing. The following guide walks you through how to tell if your pipes are frozen this winter and what steps to take to get the problem resolved as soon as possible. Read More