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Posted on: 28 November 2017
You may notice that your water has a red hue. This is a sign that your water is rusty. The rust can come from anywhere in your plumbing system, from the water main to your pipes. While it may be safe to drink water with rust, this is a problem that should not

Posted on: 22 November 2017
One of the more challenging parts of any day could involve dealing with a plumbing issue. This may cause you a great deal of stress, and the first thing you will want to do is to repair it. Unfortunately, there are all types of problems that can occur and know

Posted on: 19 November 2017
There's just no avoiding a clogged drain. You might be tempted to let the issue go unresolved, especially if it's only a minor inconvenience, but a clogged drain can be a huge problem. Not only could it lead to damaged pipes which will cost you big later on, b

Posted on: 15 November 2017
If you constantly see water on the floor by your toilet or hear your toilet running when it should not be, there is a good chance the toilet has a leak. A leaky toilet can damage your home and cost you extra money in water bills, but finding the leak on the to

Posted on: 13 November 2017
You may not give it much thought, but the shower in your home can be a source of hidden plumbing leaks. The pipes and drains of a shower are usually blocked from view, so you may not see any water leaking. A small leak that goes on for years could cause mold t

Posted on: 10 November 2017
Do you own the home that you live in? Have you ever considered what you would do in the event of a plumbing emergency? Obviously, your best course of action is going to be to call in a professional as soon as you can. But the things that you do between calling