Costly New Homeowner Mistakes & How to Avoid Them »

The search is over. The negotiations, worry, and stress are behind you, and closing day has come and gone. You are now a proud new homeowner. As such, you delight in knowing you don’t have to pay rent any longer and now treater your living quarters as your own. You can paint without permission, hammer […]

Upgrades to Help You Cut Water Utility Bills in Half! »

One of the most common problems with the growing age is that of rising water bills. It seems like no matter how hard you try, water utility bills just keep on rising. One of the most common things that people try to do is cut down on their water usage, but more often than not, […]

Thinking About Renovating Your Bathroom? Here’s What You Need To Know »

When you talk about bathroom renovations, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Of course, it’s your bathroom’s theme. Let’s face it, no matter how organized you get, eventually, the main focus will always shift to how artistic you can make it.

Infographic- 4 Things A Plumber Knows About Your Bathroom Habits »

Fall Lawn Care Tips »

Everyone has good lawn care intentions even before the coming of spring – especially if you’ve spent a good part of the winter agonizing the lack of care you gave it the previous spring and summer. Well, here we are, with about a month to go until the official start of fall. Which begs the […]

How to Plunge Your Kitchen Sink »

Kitchen sinks blog. Which is no more profound than saying architects design buildings or street cleaners clean streets. It’s just what they do. So that begs the question: if your kitchen sink were to clog up today, what exactly would you do go break it up? Try to reach down and yank out the culprit? […]

Infographic-4 Things Everyone Should Know About Their Home’s Plumbing »

Read what are the 4 things everyone should know about their home’s plumbing.

How to Maintain Your Sump Pump »

Here in Southern Maryland we get pretty consistent amounts of precipitation all year long. Take Germantown, for example. May (as you might expect) has the highest average monthly rainfall at 4.44 inches. The lowest of the year?  February, with 2.81 inches. That’s the good news. But with average monthly precipitation exceeding 3”, what happens when […]

How to Drain Your Water Heater, and Why! »

Minerals such as manganese and calcium are naturally incurring ingredients inside your city or well water supply. And, in the right amounts, they’re good for you, just as many other vitamin and mineral supplements are. But you’ve heard of too much of a good thing, of course. Well, that applies to calcium and manganese, too, […]

How to Reduce Your Water Heating Costs »

How much do you spend to provide for your family’s hot water needs? About 18% of your total annual energy costs. So what does a family do when every dollar counts? You start looking for ways to cut back, of course. In keeping with that goal, here are several ways to bring about sizeable reductions […]