There are a lot of things about which you must become an expert when you own a home or business. You probably have researched and learned all about HVAC, roofing, appliances, and plumbing. You have probably mastered many of the ongoing maintenance needs for these parts of your property. You may even be able to diagnose your neighbor's issues. 

The last year or so has been challenging in Statesville, but people here are resilient. Parents have learned how to manage remote learning while navigating the difficulties of working from home. Restaurants and small businesses figured out how to serve customers while maintaining social distancing and sanitation. Of course, health workers have put themselves in harm's way to ensure we are as safe as possible. In other words, Iredell County residents never stop being the great neighbors and people they have always been.

For many of us, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s where we entertain, where we sip our morning coffee or an evening glass of wine, where we make more than food for our family - we make memories. In terms of updates, the kitchen is a great place on which to focus. You’ll get a great return on your investment and make this space even more functional, practical, convenient, and beautiful. Some changes are easy enough to DIY (e.g., replacing a faucet if you are comfortable doing so). Other more complex jobs require a plumbing professional, so you get the best results.

Do it yourself projects are tremendously rewarding; they help infuse you with pride that you’re able to take care of your home. But sometimes the best move you can make is knowing when to call in a pro so you don’t inadvertently cause more extensive damage - or hurt yourself! How do you know when it’s time to call in a professional plumber?

What To Do During a Plumbing Emergency

Thursday, 01 October 2020 20:26

Owning a home is a wonderful endeavor. Your house is something you can truly make your own. Your family can personalize every nook and cranny. You have the pleasure of filling it with memories, getting to know your neighbors, and enjoying the good ol' days with the people about whom you care most. Of course, owning a home comes with challenges as well. When things go wrong, you are the one responsible for managing repairs and problems. There is no property owner to call when things go wrong. So, when the appliances break or there is a plumbing problem, you may have to scramble to take care of the issue.  

At some point, almost every homeowner will experience a plumbing emergency. Some emergencies can result in significant damage to your home and property. It is vital to have a plan in case of a plumbing emergency. In this article, we are discussing potential types of plumbing emergencies, what you need to know to mitigate damage, and who to call when it happens.