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Common Summer Plumbing Problems

August 8, 2018
Category: Tips

Plumbing problems can happen anytime during the year, but there are a few problems that tend to happen more during the warm summer months. Plumbing issues are never fun to deal with, but by knowing what issues might arise you can be better prepared and know how to deal with them. Here are some plumbing […]

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Why is my Water Heater Leaking?

July 2, 2018
Category: Water Heater

If you’ve noticed a leak coming from your water heater, then it’s time to call a plumber. Whether the problem is small or more serious, ignoring leaks coming from your water heater will inevitably lead to bigger problems down the line. Let’s look at the most common reasons that hot water heaters leak. Loose Connections […]

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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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Is PEX a Good Choice Over Copper?

May 23, 2018
Category: Plumbing Systems

Are you repairing your pipes all the time? Are you building a new house to call your own? Piping usually comes in two different materials: copper and PEX. Both of these materials make for solid pipes, but one certainly outshines the other. If you’re wondering about the difference between copper and PEX, or you have […]

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Should I Hire a Commercial Plumber for a Small Office?

May 16, 2018
Category: Commercial Plumbing

Even if your office is small with only a few employees, it’s best to call a commercial plumber as opposed to a residential one. Let’s take a look at why! Commercial plumbers… …specialize in plumbing for businesses. Sewer systems in business parks or commercial areas differ from those in residential neighborhoods. The plumbing in the […]

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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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What to Know About Your Water Main

March 30, 2018
Category: Plumbing Systems

Are you familiar with the ins and outs of your water main? Not many homeowners understand the importance of a water main, and not many understand their responsibilities. While it’s a simple enough concept, the water main is not treated as well as it should be, considering what it does. When there is a problem […]

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7 Tips for Selecting an Eldersburg, MD Plumber

January 31, 2018
Category: General

Need a plumber, but not sure which one is right for you? Check out these helpful tips for hiring an Eldersburg, MD plumber! Tip #1 – Make sure they’re licensed Licensure is a must when hiring a plumber to perform work in your home. It gives you peace of mind that you chose a company […]

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Why is my Faucet Leaking?

December 4, 2017
Category: Plumbing Systems

A leaky faucet can start as a small inconvenience, but left unrepaired can cause major water damage to your home. Let’s take a look at some of the main sources of faucet leaks, and how to fix them. Corroded Plumbing Valve Seat – Your plumbing has many different parts below the surface. A buildup of […]

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