The Importance of Regular Plumbing Maintenance for Homeowners Maintaining a comfortable and functional home involves more than just aesthetic upgrades and interior design. Behind the walls and beneath the floors lies a crucial aspect of homeownership: the plumbing system. While it often goes unnoticed, the plumbing system plays a vital role in our daily lives. […]
Your water heater is an essential appliance that provides hot water for various household activities, including bathing, cleaning, and cooking. However, dealing with a leaking water heater can quickly turn into a stressful situation. A leaking water heater not only wastes water but can also cause damage to your property if left unattended. Here, we […]
Taking proper care of your in-sink garbage disposal is an important part of maintaining a clean and functional kitchen. Not only does it help you avoid clogs and backups, but it also ensures that your garbage disposal lasts for as long as possible. Here are some tips for taking care of your (in-sink) garbage disposal: […]
Living in the Las Vegas valley has its perks – the bright lights, endless entertainment, and the warm desert climate. However, one drawback of living in the area is the hard water. Hard water is caused by high levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium in the water supply. Consequently, this can cause a number […]
A leaky faucet is a fairly obvious sign that there is something wrong with your plumbing. Signs include soggy floors, foundation cracks, water meter changes, or a mildew smell. One leak in itself doesn’t mean you need new plumbing necessarily but frequent leaks could be a sign of an aging pipe system.
NATURAL GAS SAFETY FOR YOUR HOME Natural gas is the world’s cleanest fossil fuel, producing only carbon dioxide, water vapor, and small amounts of nitrogen oxide when burned. It is used to power a wide range of consumer products you likely have in your home. These appliances include furnaces, fireplaces, stoves/ovens, and clothes dryers. Gas […]
Is your water heater leaking? Here’s what you need to do: First, find the location of the leak. This will be helpful for you and your service technician. Turn off the power supply by switching the water heater circuit breaker to “off” for an electric water heater or by turning the dial to “off” on a gas water heater. Next, turn off the cold water supply to avoid more water being wasted from the leak. Call us today at 702-227-5622 to have your water heater repaired or replaced.