3 Signs You Need To Call A Plumbing Professional Now

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Plumbers handle an assortment of different tasks around the home. While you might not always think about the different services that these professionals can provide, they are definitely someone you want to have on call in case you do need their help. Check out a few of the common signs that signal you need to turn to a plumbing professional right away. Plumbing leak. If you notice a leak in one of your pipes, you might want to have a plumber come in and take a look at it for you.

24 March 2016

Protect Yourself & Learn How To Detect A Toilet Leak

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One of the systems in your house that uses the most water is your toilet. If your toilet ever gets a leak, it can significantly increase your water usage. A leaky toilet can cost you a lot of money and can waste a lot of water. You can prevent this by being aware of what causes toilet leaks and knowing how to detect a leak. Ineffective Flush Valve Systems One of the most common causes behind a leaky toilet is an ineffective flush valve system.

23 February 2016

4 Reasons Why You Might Have Low Water Pressure

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Having low water pressure can be frustrating when you are trying to wash your hand or dishes and it takes a lot longer than usual. Here are some reasons you might have low water pressure so you can troubleshoot the problem. There is Debris in the Pipes This is a very common cause of having low water pressure in your home. If the pipes are old, it is not unusual to have mineral deposits, debris, and even sand and dirt building up in the pipes.

15 February 2016

How To Install A Backup Battery In Your Sump Pump

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If you have a sump pump in your house, it is important to install a battery backup system to your primary pump. If your power ever goes out, you can switch from your primary sump pump to your battery backup. With a battery backup, you will always be covered. Here is what you need to know in order to install a battery backup sump pump system. Purchase A Backup System

10 February 2016

Are Wi-Fi Thermostats A Good Choice?

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Gone are the days of simple thermostats where you have to squint your eyes to see what temperature it's set at and you have to manually adjust it. Now there are wi-fi thermostats that can do much more than you ever imagined a thermostat can do. How They Work Wi-Fi thermostats are like regular thermostats, but they have the extra capability of being connected to your home's internet network. This gives you the freedom to control the temperature of your home even when you're not there.

4 February 2016

Comparing Fiberglass And Rock Wool Plumbing Insulation

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Plumbing insulation is designed to keep your pipes sufficiently heated during the winter months, reducing the risk of the water within them freezing and causing the pipes to burst. Burst pipes can result in a great deal of water damage to your home, an expensive plumbing repair bill, and the possibility of mold and mildew growth, a major health concern. There are two main types of plumbing insulation available on the market, both of which perform the same function but offer a distinct set of advantages.

27 January 2016

Portable Toilet Rental 101: A Guide For Residential Customers

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If you are a homeowner who is unfortunately having to undergo a major plumbing project on your home, it can put you and your family in a difficult position. You will either have to leave your home during the project due to no available facilities or stick around and take frequent trips to visit the neighbor for a toilet visit, which may get fairly awkward. One solution that many residential plumbing customers don't give consideration at times like this is the fact that even a residential homeowner can rent a portable toilet.

19 January 2016