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4 Reasons To Keep Up With Tankless Water Heater Repairs

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If you have a tankless water heater in your home, it is important to make sure that you have it maintained and repaired when needed. Hopefully, you will not have too many problems with your tankless water heater. However, in the event that you do have a repair issue, you should hire a professional to repair your unit as soon as possible for these four reasons. 1. Make Sure Your Family Has Access to Hot Water Read More»

Be Prepared This Winter: 3 Signs You're Facing A Sewer Emergency

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With winter on the way, it’s time to start planning for the safety of your sewer lines. You know that the pipes inside your home can freeze; however, you might not realize that your sewer lines run the same risk. Frozen sewer lines aren’t always easy to identify, which increases the potential for problems. Unfortunately, if your sewer lines freeze, you could end up in the middle of a plumbing emergency before you realize there is a problem, especially if you don’t know what to look for. Read More»

3 Reasons To Contact An Emergency Plumber

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As a homeowner, it’s very important to have the number of an emergency 24-hour plumbing service on your phone’s speed dial just in case you run into a problem with your plumbing that requires immediate assistance. If you can’t imagine a scenario that would require such a speedy turnaround, here are some possible situations that you may find yourself in. Pipe Burst The most drastic problem that will require a plumber is dealing with a burst pipe. Read More»

Knowing When To Service Your Septic System

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Living with a septic system instead of being connected to the public sewer system means being a little more aware of the maintenance of the septic system. The septic system on your property is pretty resilient to most things, but keeping an eye out for signs of trouble is a good way to stay ahead of any issues.  Septic Tank Pumping The most common thing people have to deal with when they have a septic system is pumping the tank out. Read More»

Why You Need A Plumber To Install A Basement Bathroom

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If you have turned your basement into extra living space, you may want to consider adding a bathroom to the area. This will save everyone from having to stop what they are doing and go upstairs when the need hits. Besides, an extra bathroom is always handy and can increase your property value. However, even if you are experienced and skilled at home improvements, there are going to be special considerations when dealing with plumbing underground. Read More»

How To Spot Drain Clogs Early And Clear Them

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When you flush something down the drain that blocks the pipe, then you have an immediate emergency. However, it’s also common that a drain clog builds up over time and gives you warning signs before water starts backing up. When you notice the signs, you should call for a plumber rather than wait for an emergency. That ensures your drains flow freely when you have guests or when you’re cooking a meal. Read More»

3 Solutions To Help You Quickly Solve The Problem Of Clogged Sewer Lines

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Problems with the drainage of sewer lines can lead to costly plumbing issues in your home. It can sometimes be difficult to locate the cause of clogged sewer lines, which you will want to have the help of a plumbing professional to help locate the problem. They may use different techniques to locate a problem and decide on what to do to repair the problem. Here are some solutions to help you quickly solve plumbing problems. Read More»

Three Common Reasons For Low Water Pressure

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The water pressure of your plumbing system is an extremely important, if often overlooked, factor in its efficiency. Low water pressure makes it much harder for you to take a shower or wash dishes and can also negatively affect the performance of water using appliances like your laundry machine. There are a variety of different reasons why your home may be suffering from low water pressure, each with different solutions. Understanding what some of the most common reasons are and how to troubleshoot them can help you get your plumbing back to normal again. Read More»

Reasons To Use A Sewer Camera

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There are many creative uses for cameras, but one you may not have thought of is fishing one into your drains. As odd as it may seem, a sewer camera can be a very helpful tool in diagnosing plumbing problems.  Here are a few reasons why your plumber may choose to use a sewer camera. Determine The Type Of Pipes You Have Those pipes leading out to your sewer were buried underground well before you bought your house. Read More»

How To Prevent Hair From Going Down The Drains

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One problem that can easily cause clogs in your home is hair. Once it finds its way down your drains, it becomes tangled and causes water-stopping clogs. By taking action to prevent this from happening, your drains will remain clear and you won’t have to hire a plumber to unclog them Use Drain Filters The easiest thing you can do is head to your local home improvement store and purchase drain filters. Read More»