Winter is coming, and it’s approaching fast! Forgetting about winterizing your home and plumbing system can lead to discomfort and a lot of avoidable costs!
Mold is an ever-present organism outdoors. It plays a vital role in decomposing leaves and other matter. It’s only when it grows indoors that mold becomes a problem. While scientists estimate that there are over 100,000 species of mold microorganisms, only black mold is said to be dangerous. That however, doesn’t mean you should be comfortable living with mold in your house.
It is a bit scary how often we get calls with people inquiring about how their gas water heaters work. The reason it’s scary is because when one is working with boiling hot water and gas the risk of scalding oneself and/or an explosion is present. It is clear to us at times that some of our callers really don’t understand how their heater works and truly requires a licensed professional to pay a visit and explain things for safety reasons.
Hello Ottawa! Mother Nature has been awfully kind to us here in our Nation’s Capital over the 2020 winter season, and many homeowners are already dreaming about getting their pools up and running. Anyone who owns a pool knows there are many factors to consider to keep it running at optimal levels, and a pool heater is one of those factors.
. Here at John THE Plumber we want you to enjoy a long season grilling with your friends and family, but we also want you to do it safely. We decided to blog about the difference between the installation of portable and stationary BBQ’s so you understand their structures from a safety standpoints along with a few other safety tips.
If you have been noticing that your water pressure seems weaker than normal, or that clogs seem to keep recurring in your home, it’s time to call a plumber in to have a peek at your pipes.
Hey Barrhaven, John THE Plumber here! If you have been noticing that clogs are recurring in your home as a constant, or that your water pressure seems weaker than normal, or maybe you’ve flat out incurred a more substantial block in your system, it’s time to call a plumber in to have a look at your pipes.