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General Plumbing Maintenance Tips

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Your plumbing system requires careful maintenance to prolong its lifespan, maintain efficiency, prevent breakdowns, and ensure its safety. Most maintenance services require professionals. Below are some general tips for plumbing maintenance. Schedule Maintenance  Professional maintenance of your plumbing system is necessary, even if nothing is wrong with your plumbing system. Below are some of the tasks your plumbing contractor will do during the maintenance: Water pressure check Water leak check Safety checks (for example, the contractor will check the condition of the water heater’s pressure release valve) Schedule plumbing maintenance so that you don’t forget about it and risk plumbing malfunctions.…

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Avoiding Mistakes When Upgrading The Water Heater

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A hot water heater upgrade can substantially increase the amount of hot water that is available to your home while also improving overall performance and efficiency. Yet, there are many mistakes that can compromise the results of this investment or even contribute to problems with the new water heater. Mistake: Failing To Leave Enough Space For The Hot Water Heater It is understandable that a homeowner will want to install the water heater in an area where it will be out of the way.…

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2 Reasons You Should Not Attempt To Replace A Busted Pipe In Your Home Yourself

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After a deep freeze in your area, your pipes may have frozen solid. Once the temperatures rose, the pressure from the ice and water may have busted one of the pipes, making it necessary to shut off the water until it can be fixed. If only one section of pipe was damaged, you may be considering just buying the supplies listed on a how-to video you viewed and trying to fix it yourself.…

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How A Plumber Might Proceed With Residential Slab Water Leak Detection

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Plumbing leaks are fairly common, but a leak that’s under the slab can be frustrating and difficult to notice. Even if you suspect you have a plumbing leak somewhere, you may not figure out it’s under the slab until you call in a plumber. Slab leaks are hard to discover since the pipes are out of sight and there aren’t always clear signs you have a slab leak. Here are some possible signs you might see if you have a slab leak and methods used for residential slab water leak detection.…

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5 Reasons To Entrust Your Hotel Faucets Repair To Professional Plumbers

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When it comes to hotel faucet repairs, leaving the job to professional plumbers is always the best option. Whether you’re dealing with a broken, outdated, or faulty faucet, professional plumbers have the expertise and experience needed to ensure your fixtures are repaired quickly and correctly. Here are five reasons why you should entrust a professional plumbing business for all of your hotel faucet repair needs:  1. Experience and Expertise Professional plumbers have extensive knowledge and experience in identifying problems, diagnosing issues, and finding solutions for various types of fixtures in hotels.…

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Factors To Consider When Choosing A Well Pump

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If you live outside of town, your home probably gets its water from a well. In the United States, many homes rely on private wells to provide drinking water. If you recently moved into a house that relies on well water, consider buying a pump. Here are factors to consider when choosing a well pump. Well Depth One of the factors to consider when choosing a pump is the well depth.…

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Cleaning Your Home's Drain Lines

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When it comes to maintaining a property, homeowners may not fully appreciate the needs that the plumbing system will require. Cleaning the drains is one responsibility that is often routinely neglected by well-meaning homeowners. Drain Cleaning Can Be An Important Maintenance Task That You May Be Overlooking Cleaning the drains in a home may not seem like it is a particularly important part of maintaining the house. However, it can be essential in a number of different ways.…

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3 Factors That Affect Your Well Pump Performance

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You will notice certain issues when your well pump malfunctions. The pump may produce weird sounds due to a worn-out bearing or moving part. You may also experience reduced water flow due to restricted flow. This issue can be triggered by rust build-up in the well pump as a result of corrosion. Other malfunctioning well pump signs include air bubbles from the faucets and discolored water. Here are factors that will affect your well pump performance.…

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Three Reasons Why Your Septic System Might Fail

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One of the reasons why septic systems have been around for so long is how simplistic they are. However, even with the simplicity of the septic system, there are some common problems that will need to be addressed to make sure that your septic system lasts a long time. There are three things in particular that can break your septic system.  1. Clogged Septic Systems Clogs are a very common problem that can emerge with a septic system.…

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3 Risks You'll Avoid When You Invest In Drain Cleaning

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If you are like many homeowners, you want your drains to function properly every day. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Your drains may develop several issues that make it difficult for them to operate optimally. These issues can be caused by many factors, such as grease, hair, soap scum, and even tree roots. If these problems aren’t eliminated, they may become worse. Thankfully, drain cleaning can help. If you invest in this service, you’ll avoid several risks.…

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