Sometimes you have some warning that your drain is going to be clogged soon. Your sink will fill up even without the drain stopper in place, and it will take forever for all of the water to go back down. Other clogs sneak up on you. You flush the toilet and instead of going down, the water in the bowl unexpectedly goes up – and if you're unlucky, it doesn't stop until it hits the floor.
- White houses are meant to look pure and pristine, but moss, algae, and mildew on your siding can make them look dingy and sick instead. If you're tired of plant matter accumulating on the outside of your home, here are a few tips for permanently getting rid of it. Removing The Algae And Moss Before you get started, cover up any nearby desirable plants with a light tarp or some plastic grocery bags.
- Moving into a brand new home can be an exciting day in your life, but getting through the building process of the home can be stressful. If you want to make it through this process without feeling stressed out, here are three important things to do as you prepare for the process of building a house. Make Sure You Choose a House You Can Afford One cause of stress during the housebuilding process is money, but this is something you can avoid with proper planning and evaluating.
- Automatic garage door openers are one of the most convenient parts of any modern home. However, like any other machine with moving parts, your garage door opener will wear out over time and need to be replaced. Here are four tips to help you when you are shopping for a new garage door opener. Drive Type There are many different mechanisms that form the basis of garage door openers, each with their own pros and cons.
- The sewage ejector pump is a key component of your home's plumbing system. Its job is to grind waste and pump it into the main sewer line. Occasionally, the pump will become blocked or stop running, but these problems are easy to fix for DIY-oriented homeowners. Here is a step-by-step guide for repairing your sewage ejector pump. Make Sure the Pump is Getting Power If your pump is humming but not ejecting sewage, or isn't running at all, it may simply not be getting the electricity it needs to run.