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Posted on: 7 October 2020
Dealing with plumbing leaks as a homeowner can be a stressful process because if you don't respond carefully, you could cause major damage in a short period of time. Fortunately, plumbers can help out during these more serious plumbing situations. For leaks, t

Posted on: 1 October 2020
Hard water can be a nuisance for a wide variety of reasons. Not only does it stain your fixtures and make shower time frustrating, but it can also cause a variety of plumbing issues. Hard water gets its hardness from dissolved minerals, which can dissolve in y

Posted on: 22 September 2020
Getting a new water heater can actually save you money, even though the original investment may seem like a big investment at first. Here are several ways you save money when you get a new water heater, even if the original water heater installation costs seem

Posted on: 1 September 2020
Foundation leaks can be the beginning of the end for your home unless you act promptly to have them repaired. Even better than repairs, though, is taking steps to recognize and fix potential foundation problem causers before the damage occurs. 1. Main Drain Le

Posted on: 31 August 2020
Paying a professional sewer line cleaner to visit your home or business might seem like a big expense. However, it can solve a lot of problems early and serve as a much cheaper investment than repairs or even repeated non-professional cleaning. You might wonde

Posted on: 21 August 2020
If you manage an apartment complex, you need to make sure you stay on top of its condition in order to keep it in great shape for many years to come and to prevent the need to put out a lot of money for repairs and remodels. The plumbing in the apartment compl

Posted on: 17 August 2020
If you are in an area where a septic system is a necessity, you are not unusual. Around one out of five homes in the US use a septic system to deal with their household wastewater. Using a septic system is not that much different than using a system that is co

Posted on: 7 August 2020
Of all the things that could happen in your home, the sewer backing up into your bathroom is probably the most disgusting. It's different than a standard clog, where a simple plunger and maybe some rubber gloves are usually enough to get the job done; a f

Posted on: 5 August 2020
The signs of a malfunctioning air conditioner may be subtle at first. Initially, you may only notice that your AC unit isn't cooling your home as well as it used to. Over time, these problems can become more severe until your AC stops functioning at all. Have

Posted on: 10 July 2020
By learning more about your water heater and why it may be doing some of the things it is, you will be in a better position of knowing when the best thing you can do is to call someone to come out to your home on a repair call. Here are some questions you may