Everybody knows how essential water is for our everyday lives. People who work throughout the day in warm climates can even drink up to about 16 liters on a daily basis. They do so to keep hydrated and control their body temperature.
While all of the above is obvious, did you know that about 95% of the American population tends to drink only about 1 liter of water on a daily basis. If you think that’s alright, we’re here to tell you that they should be drinking a minimum of 2 or 3 liters.
Did you that about 40 deaths are caused per year because of gas leaks? This is why gas safety should be taken seriously by every household. That being said, we are going to be discussing what causes carbon monoxide and natural gas leaks and how one can detect leaks.
Mesa Plumbing Company keeps getting asked questions about backflow, foul odors and slow drainage issues. These issues (and a few more) are common because of a couple of reasons. This can be because of materials used to make plumbing systems such as softer metal or plastic. These materials are more affordable and lighter and can be easily built into homes.
In the past few years the water heater industry has experienced a few shakeups. All of which are thanks to the mandates in higher water heater efficiencies, new technologies and consumers making a shift towards tank-type water heaters.
All of these shakeups have left homeowners really confused about what kind of water heater to purchase and what to consider before purchasing one. So if you’re planning to enter this chaos and get yourself a new water heater, then you should definitely go over the following considerations.
The desert of Phoenix, Arizona has been providing residents with drinking water and its common to see people asking, “Is this water healthy to drink? Where does it come from?” These questions are common because of the quality and taste of the water which is delivered into people’s homes from the desert.
Problems with your plumbing can lead to some of the most disastrous issues in your home and the most expensive repairs that you will need to make as a homeowner. A plumbing system that’s working properly in your home won’t attract a lot of attention. You can go about your life easily without a worry in the world. It’s only when your home’s plumbing system becomes problematic that you notice how big of a deal it is. Plumbing leaks and the subsequent property damages can easily grab your attention.
At the Mesa Plumbing Company, we highly recommend that you hire the services of expertly trained and experienced technicians when it comes to dealing with plumbing issues. As much as we like getting more business, we also believe that homeowners should save their money where they can.
While most of the common plumbing problems require the use of expertise, there are some issues which homeowners can deal with themselves. We are going to take a look at some of the common plumbing problems you can deal with yourself. Anything even slightly more complicated than what we’re going to tell you is something you should call us in to deal with.
Finding a gas leak in your home is not as easy as you might think. There are several appliances in your home which make use of gas. Your dryer, fireplace and your kitchen stove are some of the prime examples of such appliances. Now, to make sure that all of the appliances in your home get adequate gas supply, gas lines are installed throughout the house. These pipelines carry gas to a range of household appliances so that they can work properly.