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Minimizing the Need for Plumbing Repairs

Hiring a plumber to make repairs tends to be a common occurrence for most homeowners as the years pass. While it’s virtually impossible to completely avoid the need for a professional plumber’s services, there are some things you can do to minimize wear and tear on your plumbing system so it doesn’t succumb to the need for repairs often. Using low-flow aerators on your sink faucets and shower heads as well as insulating your exposed pipes before winter can make a big difference in your plumbing’s performance. On this website you’ll find many tips and tricks that can be used to keep your plumbing in good shape, and even to save yourself some money on water costs throughout the year.

Why It’s a Good Idea for Homeowners to Buy Water Softeners

27 May 2020
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You might not realize it, but your home produces hard water, which isn't ideal for a lot of reasons. Fortunately, water softeners exist. Buying one of these systems will give rise to these rewards in your household.  1. Save Money  Even though some water softeners can range into the hundreds, you'll still be saving a lot of money over the years by having one of these systems in your home. That's because they help soften water, which alleviates mineral ions that can cause buildup in water-oriented appliances and pipes. Read More …

4 Tips For Installing A Tankless Water Heater In Your New Tiny Home

23 April 2020
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When building your tiny home, you have to make all of the decisions and handle all of the small details. For example, one thing that you have to think about is installing a water heater so that you can your family will have access to hot water. A tankless water heater can be a great decision for tiny house builders and owners. These are a few tips for installing a tankless water heater in your new tiny home. Read More …

How Can You Tell If The Galvanized Steel Pipes In Your Home Are Corroded?

22 March 2020
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If your home was built in the 1950s or 1960s, there's a good chance that galvanized steel pipes were used for its plumbing. You may even have them if your home was built in the 1980s, since they were still in use in some areas at that time. Galvanized steel pipes are actually quite durable and can last for upwards of sixty or seventy years. The problem is that they haven't been common in new home construction for sixty or seventy years, either. Read More …

Why You Should Choose Hydro Jetting For Your Plumbing Clog

19 February 2020
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Suddenly realizing there's a clog in your plumbing system that won't go away can create chaos in your household or within your commercial building. People might not be able to use the bathroom, take a shower, or use water while cooking, depending on where the clog is located. If you want to get the clog removed immediately, you will want to find an emergency plumbing contractor. Furthermore, one additional option you might want to consider is a contractor who can offer hydro jetting services. Read More …

Is Your Septic System In Need Of Inspection? Signs That It Is

23 January 2020
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Your home's septic system is one of the most vital things about home ownership. From flushing the toilet to operating the washing machine, it's important that you keep your septic system in great working order. Your septic system should work well the entire time you own your home, but you may need to have the unit looked at now and again. Whether you have a new septic system you have never had looked at or you have an older system that may need a touch-up, use this guide to help you recognize signs you need to have a septic inspection before it's too late. Read More …