Water may be the source of all life, but it can also be a nemesis to the frustrated homeowner dealing with plumbing problems. There is not a lot besides a natural disaster that can damage a house more than a huge plumbing problem. Luckily, there are many things people can do to stave off plumbing disasters and make sure the damage is minimal when unexpected events do happen.
If you have pipes that sound as if they’re squeaking or hammering, it’s an easy fix. Anchor exposed pipes to get rid of noises. If pipes are located in the floors, ceiling or walls, a professional might be needed for the job.
To deal with a frozen pipe, turn on the faucet closest to the pipe. This gives the water a place to exit as the pipe defrosts. Letting the water drain out will relieve pressure in the frozen pipe, which will reduce the chances