Water Heater Installation Mistakes to Avoid

In this DIY age, some people try to install water heaters on their own and mess things up. But water heater installation requires extensive plumbing and electrical knowledge. So, you should leave the job to professionals with the requisite skills. Without proper installation, a water heater will not work efficiently, which will translate to high energy costs.  Check out common mistakes you should avoid when installing or replacing your water heater.

Why You Should Buy Your Submersible Pump From an Authorized Dealer

If you need to purchase a submersible pump, either for your own use or for commercial or industrial use, then you should look for a pump dealer that is authorized and certified by the pump manufacturer to sell their pumps. It might not really seem like it matters where you purchase your submersible pump from, and you may be able to find a good-quality submersible pump that suits your needs without going through a dealer.

When is it Time to Call for Plumbing Services?

No home is exempted from plumbing issues given the constant use of the system. There are some problems that you can repair through simple DIY repairs. For example, you can clean the showerhead or adjust the meter if the water pressure is low. However, not all issues are this simple to repair. Some problems may be too complex not to involve an expert. Below are some situations that require a plumber to intervene.

3 Potential Causes of Low Water Pressure in Your Shallow Bore Jet Pump

Jet pumps are the most popular pumps for shallow bores. Jet pumps are mounted above the borehole, and they draw water through a suction mechanism. During operation, a jet pump should maintain optimal water pressure. Thus, the water you receive at the various access points should have a high flow rate. If you are suddenly receiving low-pressure water at the access points, something is wrong. Below are three potential causes of low water pressure in a jet pump.

Gas Leak Detectors: A Plumber's Guide to Finding the Best

Gas leaks are among the most dangerous plumbing issues in many homes. Many gases are odourless and combustible, which can be quite catastrophic in case of leaks. Dizziness, explosions, high gas bills, property damages, dead houseplants and vegetation and even death (in case of explosion or inhalation of toxic gases) are a few of the common dangers that come with gas leaks. Detecting the source of a gas leak often requires the use of gas detectors.