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These Should Never Go Down the Drain

October 3, 2018
Category: Drains

Clogged drains can be a big mess to deal with, and clogged sewage lines can not only be a mess, but very expensive! What types of things can cause major problems when they go down the drain? Let’s look at the top five offenders and why you should never let them get into your pipes. […]

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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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Plumbing Prep for the Fall

September 19, 2018
Category: Sump Pump, Water Heater

Every season there are different home maintenance tasks that should be done to help ensure your home stays in tip top shape throughout the year. Let’s look at some plumbing prep that should be done each fall before the temperature drops. After all, preventative maintenance is often the best way to ensure your plumbing’s longevity. Turn the […]

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Three Signs to Replace Your Water Heater

September 13, 2018
Category: Uncategorized

Whether you’ve just moved into your house or you’ve been there for years it is important to take time to periodically check your water heater for signs of wear and damage. There are some warning signs that can let you know it’s about time to replace the unit, let’s look at a few. Leaking Leaking […]

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How to Handle a Plumbing Emergency

September 4, 2018
Category: General, Tips

Plumbing problems are never something a homeowner looks forward to, but they do happen. Let’s look at what steps should be taken immediately following a plumbing emergency to help minimize the damage. Turn Off the Water First and foremost, turn the water off! If you have a burst pipe, for example, your first step should […]

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Can I Move My Washer and Dryer?

August 30, 2018
Category: General

So, you’re moving, and you just bought a new washer or dryer. You’re probably tempted to move these appliances by yourself, under the impression that you can save a little extra cash. It seems simple enough–after all, it’s just an appliance, right? It should be easy to move, with a little elbow grease. Wrong. Moving […]

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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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Five Tips to Prevent Clogged Drains in Your Home

August 15, 2018
Category: Drains, Tips

Having a clogged drain is never fun, and depending on the extent of the clog, it can be a real pain to get your drain flowing again. But there are several things you can do to help prevent clogs from happening in the first place. The location will have a big impact on the kinds […]

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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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How to Prevent Common Commercial Plumbing Problems

August 1, 2018
Category: Commercial Plumbing, Tips

Running your business smoothly on a daily basis involves a lot of time and effort on your part, and unexpected plumbing problems can add lots of extra stress to your already busy day. The best way to lower your risk of plumbing issues is through prevention! Here are some of the most common commercial plumbing […]

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