One of the most annoying things that can happen during a shower is running out of hot water and needing to finish your shower in icy water. Not having enough hot water is a big problem, and there are multiple things that can cause it. Here are three possible reasons why you don't have enough hot water for your showers. Your water heater is too small Water heaters are available in multiple sizes, and if yours is too small for your household's needs, you'll find yourself running out of hot water.
During cold Canadian winters, you probably rely on your heat pump to keep you and your family members safe and warm. If your heat pump is not working properly, you probably want to get to the bottom of the problem as quickly as possible so that you can keep your home at a safe and comfortable temperature. Unfortunately, there are a few reasons why a heat pump might be turning on but not providing warm air.
Did you know that every septic system has a "soakaway." The soakaway is a part of the drainage system. It is made up of pipes that break down the sewage before sending it back into the earth. As you can see, soakaways have an important job to do so when they're starting to fail or do fail, it's very important to get them repaired as soon as possible. The sooner you catch and fix soakaway problems, the less likely they are to cause serious damage to your septic system.
Many people think that a plumber is there to be called to unclog toilets and drain pipes, but they don't understand that there are a number of other tasks that a plumber can do around the home. As the wife of a plumber, I know very well how much my husband does when he is out working. He comes home and tells me his fun stories about the superhero that was flushed down the toilet or the hot water heater that nearly exploded. My blog is filled with all sorts of tips, stories and information that can help you get a better idea of everything that a plumber can do for you.