Your bathroom sink is a workhorse – toothpaste, makeup, soap scum, mineral deposits – it’s seen it all. Once a week, it’s a good idea to deep clean your bathroom sink to keep it extra clean, shiny, and free ... Read More
Before you consider making one more call to your favorite HVAC contractor for another repair on your older furnace, read these 5 common signs that you need a new furnace.
Your utility bill has increased. A sudden increase ... Read More
Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service
February 4, 2015
The Waterworks has earned the service industry's coveted Angie's List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services ... Read More
When you’re remodeling your bathroom and you’re searching for great design ideas, selecting the ideal flooring will be high on your list of priorities. There are so many choices available and so many considerations. Here are some pros and ... Read More
In the winter, many people like to keep their thermostat set a little lower and use space heaters to stay warm and cozy. Space heaters are great for this purpose as long as you observe some rules of safety.
It’s ... Read More
Trying to stay warm this winter? Here are some winter heating tips that will keep your family cozy and warm throughout the cold spell.
Have your furnace tuned up each fall to make sure it’s ... Read More
The most common water treatment problem found in homes is hard water. What is hard water exactly? It’s water that has a high mineral content such as calcium and magnesium. Hard water can dilute soap and detergent so they don’t ... Read More
All in all, we've been very lucky so far this winter – the weather has been relatively mild. It’s definitely a welcome change to what we experienced here in Central Ohio last year. This week, however, things are going to ... Read More
Did you know that the number one source of fire in your home is your clothes dryer? Did you also know that 15,000 house fires a year are caused by dryer lint? These fires originate most frequently from the two places that lint builds up the most: the dryer venting ... Read More