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4 Reasons for Your Leaky Faucet

September 26, 2018
Category: General

Having a leaking faucet in your home is more than just a nuisance, it’s likely also costing you money. Leaking faucets are a major cause of water waste in the home, but what causes a faucet to leak? Let’s look at some of the most common reasons we see leaky faucets. Worn Washers A worn […]

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When Should You Replace Your Kitchen Sink?

August 22, 2018
Category: Drains, General

Unless you are in the midst of a kitchen renovation, replacing your kitchen sink probably isn’t at the forefront of your mind. However, sometimes unseen issues with the sink may force homeowners to replace it before they have a major, leaking mess on their hands. Let’s look at some reasons why you may want to […]

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Stay on Top of Plumbing Leaks this Summer

July 24, 2018
Category: Tips

Is your water bill suspiciously high? Are you finding water damage on some of your walls? You might have a few plumbing leaks. However, not all leaks are equal. Some will be simple fixes and others could become major disasters. Let’s take a look at the types of possible leaks that you may have and […]

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Bathtub is leaking through the hole near the faucet?

June 5, 2018
Category: Drains

Have you ever noticed the small hole near the rim of your bathtub, just slightly under the faucet? This is an overflow hole, and it has a specific and important purpose when it comes to preventing water damage in your home. The Problem: A lot of us have adapted to a more fast-paced lifestyle and […]

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Who Do I Call About a Leaking Water Main?

May 30, 2018
Category: General

If you’ve noticed a problem with a leaking water main leading into your home, you may not know where to start or who to call. Who is responsible for repairing a water line going into your home? Is it your responsibility? The water companies? Who can fix it? These are all questions you may have, […]

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5 Common Issues with Household Plumbing

April 3, 2018
Category: Tips

Plumbing issues are inevitable for most homeowners, and they usually seem to come at the most inconvenient times! There are many plumbing issues that could arise in your home, but some are much more common than others. Let’s look at the top five plumbing complaints, what causes them, and how to resolve them. Leaking Pipes […]

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Common Commercial Plumbing Issues

March 14, 2018
Category: Commercial Plumbing

Commercial buildings typically see more traffic than residential homes, and therefore have plumbing systems which see a lot more use. With more frequent use comes more frequent malfunctions, most of which can be easily fixed by your local commercial plumbing professional. Here are some of the most common issues we see with our new commercial […]

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Shut Off your Water Before a Vacation

August 11, 2017
Category: General, Tips

A lot of planning goes into preparing for a vacation. You’re likely extra cautious and make numerous checks to ensure you haven’t forgotten anything, whether it be a toothbrush or turning off the coffee maker. You probably also set your thermostat to a schedule, or make sure it is off or on an appropriate setting […]

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What to Do if your House Springs a Leak

July 27, 2017
Category: General, Tips

You may not be able to see it, but beneath your walls and floors lies an intricate system of piping that carries water throughout your home. When one of these pipes fails, you’ll likely find yourself with a water leak. Tending to a leak as soon as symptoms appear may be the difference between a […]

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Do You Know Where Your Shut-Off Valves Are?

April 17, 2017
Category: Tips, Water Heater

A shut-off valve is an important part of your plumbing system and it’s definitely something you should know the location of. If you’re scratching your head and wondering what a shut-off valve is or where a shut-off valve is located, than be sure to tune in. We’ll walk you through all you need to know […]

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