How to use Push Fittings – DIY Plumbing


Learn how to use push fit plumbing fittings – the Coach shows you proper installation technique.

When It Is Time to Call a Plumber

Domestic plumping problems are often easy to fix on your own. However, if the problem is bigger, you might want to call a plumber to provide professional services.

New Mexico Air and Water Presents 11 Tips on How to Winterize Your Home

Every fall and winter, many homeowners face the expense and inconvenience of frozen water pipes. We advise our customers to have irrigation systems turned off and winterized by Halloween. Our lawns will be going dormant as the weather turns from fall to winter, this is a good date to remember as a guide. Monitor the weather and specifically freezing temperatures to be sure you winterize to protect your pipes, In October of each year as this is the best time before the first frost hits.

How to Find Hidden Leaks

With plumbing comes maintenance, to be on top of everything you should be evaluating your home’s plumbing every six months. One thing a home owners doesn’t want in his house is a leak. They tend to cost you money, repair, and service unless it is properly taken care of. If you can identify the leak, then you have solved half your problem. The other half is fixing it, but when you’re running into hidden leak, that’s whole different problem. A hidden leak is something that you cannot detect and find. It is also the worse kind of leak, it can cause you to lose water, money, and add damage to your house, without you even knowing. In this article, we will talk about ways to fix leaks and how to detect hidden ones.

DIY Plumbing or Calling a Professional?

They say when it rains, it pours. There are days in our lives when everything seems to go wrong at the same time. The dish washer ceases to work; the washing machine does not spin when necessary; the children fall sick; you do not feel up to the mark and finally muddy water emerges out of the faucet instead of good clean water.

Understanding Underground Drainage Pipe

When you buy your first home, there are so many different aspects of owning a property that you have to understand, one of these is how your underground drainage pipe works, what it’s made of and why you need it. Getting to grips with everything on and below your property can help you ensure that you provide the right amount of maintenance to reduce the risk of the property costing you a fortune in the long run. If you are in the process of building a home, then it is important that your underground drainage be…

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