Shower & Tub Maintenance
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Tips from the Plumbing Company
Laundry: Many people neglect their washer and dryer hose hookups, but you should
check them once in a while. When you've got protruding hoses, you
should replace them to increase energy efficiency.
Laundry Room: A great way to save energy costs and water as a side effect of improving
your house is to upgrade your washer and dryer. Updating your washing
machines can cut your energy bill considerably and you may be subject
to a tax write-off too.
Outdoor Commercial Plumbing: Victim of a commercial plumbing emergency or major leak? If you can’t
find a shutoff device on the damaged water line, it is easy to find the
shut off valve to the whole house; it's often a hand-turnable valve
within a few feet from your water meter.
Laundry Area: Try to only run the washer and dryer if you have complete loads. This
will save lots of water and energy- especially in older models of washer/dryers.
Kitchen: Run water through your garbage disposal before and after use...10 or
15 seconds should be sufficient.
Bath and Shower: If you find your shower head nozzle is spraying slightly funky, try cleaning
it by soaking in vinegar to wash out the mineral deposit accumulation.
The Plumber's Calendar: Plumbing Tips By Season
Avoid grease in your drains and pipes, whether it's from a Thanksgiving
Day feast or simply from making some bacon at breakfast. Why you ask?
Grease solidifies inside your pipes, making them smaller and smaller until
they're fully clogged.
Go ahead and clean up that shower head! You can soak it in vinegar to
remove clogging mineral deposits and reestablish it's full water pressure.
Or, consider an upgrade to a more water-efficient model. New shower heads
have some clever features these days that save a great deal of water.
The Summer Time:
Soft floors or dead spots in the bathroom can suggest the wood may actually
be rotting from water damage. Did you know toilets actually use about
40 percent of your home's water? Making sure they’re efficient
and sealed is important.
The Autumn Months:
Make sure the temp doesn’t drop too cold where your sump pump is
located. Chilly temperatures can freeze them, causing them to stop working