Hard Water And Your Appliances

10 February 2021
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Hard water is a term that describes the mineral content in the water. Certain minerals, like calcium, lime, and magnesium, can be dissolved in the municipal water supply. Although not harmful to your health, these minerals can cause damage to your home's water-using appliances. Signs of Hard Water The most obvious sign of hard water in the home is the presence of chalky buildup around faucets, on shower walls, or on glassware. Read More 

Need A New Water Heater? 4 Mistakes You Can Avoid With Professional Installation

11 January 2021
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If you need a new water heater and you've decided to install the unit by yourself, rethink that decision. Water heater installation may look simple enough, but that's not actually the case. Before you try to install your own water heater, read the information provided here. Below, you'll find four common mistakes you can avoid by choosing professional installation.  Forgetting the Drain Pan When it comes to do-it-yourself water heater installations, it's easy to make mistakes. Read More 

3 Reasons You Might Need Emergency Plumbing Services When You Have House Guests

16 December 2020
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When you have house guests for the holiday, a plumbing mishap can turn into an emergency. You don't want your guests to be without a toilet, and if they forget and flush a toilet that isn't working, sewage could back up in your house. Even something as minor as a clogged drain could turn into an emergency when you're in the middle of a big dinner party. Fortunately, no matter what kind of plumbing problem you run into, you can usually find an emergency plumbing contractor who is ready to help. Read More 

3 Plumbing Reasons Your Sump Pump Might Fail And Plumber’s Tips On How To Prevent It

23 November 2020
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The sump pump plays a critical role in curbing basement flooding and the water damage it causes. Since the pump is mechanical equipment, it will fail because of continuous wear and tear. Your responsibility is to minimize the wear and tear so that the pump can serve you for many years before it will need to be replaced.  Here are four of the most common reasons behind sump pump failure and plumber's tips on how you can protect your basement from water damage caused by the pump's collapse. Read More 

How To Prevent Common Fall And Winter Plumbing Problems

19 October 2020
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Fall is just around the corner, which means colder temperatures. When fall arrives, you need to make sure that you are paying close attention to home maintenance tasks since there are a number of plumbing-related issues that can take place during this time of year. Keep reading to learn what a few of these are and what steps you can take to prevent them. Uninvited House Guests When it comes to unwanted house guests, the last thing that you want is annoying pests in gaining access to your home through the plumbing system. Read More