My DIY Plumbing Experience

3 Signs That A Main Sewer Line Should Be Cleaned

Does your water take a long time to completely drain out of the tub each time that you bathe? If the problem is not caused from something clogging up the drain, it might be time to invest in getting the main sewer line cleaned in case it is filled with debris. Take a look at the article below to learn a few things that might happen when a sewer line is clogged up with debris. Read More 

3 Items That Should Never Go Down Your Drains

Your drainage system is crucial to the operation of your home. It takes the waste water out of your home and into the drain field until you have it pumped out. Oftentimes, people think that they can throw just about anything they want down their drains. However, that isn't the case. To make sure you don't end up with a drainage problem down the line, here are a few things that you should never put down your drains. Read More 

4 Ways To Save Money On Plumbing

Plumbing problems can be a major inconvenience since they can disrupt your daily routine, such as showering, washing your hands, and using the bathroom. On top of this, plumbing issues can cause other problems, such as water damage to your flooring, countertops, walls, and more if there is any water building up or leaking. In order to prevent these issues and save money, you will want to consider the following four tips for saving money on plumbing: Read More 

Fix That Leaking Shower Yourself

If you're tired of jiggling the shower handle to get it to stop dripping, it's time to fix the problem once and for all. If you have a single-handled shower control, you can easily do the repair yourself. Here are the steps to stop that annoying dripping from your shower. Supplies You'll Need for This Project flat-blade screwdriver Phillips screwdriver channel lock pliers an old rag for cleanup From the plumbing supplies shop: Read More 

3 Potential Reasons Your Jet Well Pump Isn’t Delivering Water Inside

Rural homes often receive water from a private well rather than a city- or town-run water supply system. A mechanical well pump takes the water out of the well and pushes it into the home for convenient usage. If your area has a high water table—meaning, you find water pretty close to the surface when you dig – the well pump is likely a jet pump. If you have started to experience problems with your jet pump running but not delivering any water, there are a few potential causes. Read More