Your Home And Its Water Pressure

13 December 2017
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Many homeowners don't quite understand the importance of making sure their water pressure is just right in their home. Having your home's water pressure up too high can cause different types of plumbing issues you will have to deal with. High water pressure can lead to leaking pipes, cracked pipes, other pipe damages, wasted water and even more wear and tear on certain appliances. This is why it's so important for you to learn how you can detect high water pressure, as well as how to prevent and correct it. Read More 

Beyond Hard Water Stains: Often Unconsidered Reasons To Install A Water Softener

9 August 2017
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If you have problems with hard water, there is no question that the scale and build up can be a nuisance on your shower doors, appliances, and sinks. In fact, this is the primary reason why homeowners install a water softening system in their home to start with. However, hard water causes far more problems than most homeowners realize. If you are certain you have hard water and are tired of dealing with the scaly deposits that are left behind on your fixtures and appliances, you may already be considering a unit for your home. Read More 

4 Reasons You Should Never Skip An Annual Plumbing Inspection

2 August 2017
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Many homeowners only call a plumber when they have an obvious plumbing issue that needs repaired, such as a burst pipe or broken water heater. However, just as you should schedule annual heating and cooling inspections at your home, it's also a good idea to schedule an annual plumbing inspection. There are dozens of reasons to have this preventative maintenance done at your home, though a few reasons are the most compelling. Read More 

When Good Sewer Lines Go Bad

28 July 2017
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Unfortunately, that's not crude oil bubbling up from your sink or tub drains. When your sewer line becomes clogged, raw sewage has nowhere to go but up, and it backs into your home.  This may be disorienting, because you may be running water or flushing the toilet in one location, but the sewage will flow from a different drain. You may be able to clear the sewer line, or you may need a section or the entire sewer line replaced, depending on the severity of the situation. Read More 

2 Step Guide For Removing The Candle Wax Clogging Your Garbage Disposal’s Drain

26 July 2017
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If one of your children decided it would be a good idea to pour hot candle wax down your garbage disposal's drain, you may find that you are stuck with a massive wax clog. If so, use the following guide for removing the candle wax that is clogging up your garbage disposal's drain. Step 1:  Freeze It Out The first thing you can try when attempting to clear the wax out of your garbage disposal's drain is to freeze it out with ice. Read More