This past weekend the lovely wife announced it’s time to upgrade the plumbing fixtures in the bathrooms and kitchen. OK, she didn’t actually say “plumbing fixtures,” but more like the faucets and shower thingys.
Already my mind was spinning.
How much is this going to cost?
Can I do some of the work?
Do I need to hire a plumber or, gasp, a plumbing contractor?
As we continue to discuss clogs in residential plumbing, we look at unclogging kitchen sink and bathtub drains and other clog types.
This information is presented to give homeowners a basic understanding of what’s involved and what they can do working alongside a plumber.
You walk into the kitchen or a bathroom and notice an odor. You check the trash, but that’s not the culprit. What then is causing that smell?
In this post, and the next, we examine clogs. This information is presented to give homeowners a basic understanding of what’s involved and what they can do working alongside a plumber.