2019

  • Options For Fixing A Clogged Drain

    When you have a drain that is not moving at all no matter what you do, you could consider this a stubborn clog. A stubborn clog might be a clog that has been forming for many months or even years and it might be the result of a large pile of debris that is trapped in a pipe somewhere. If you are facing this problem right now, there are several things you could try if you are hoping to free the clog yourself; however, you will likely need the help of a plumber.
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  • 2 Tips to Get Your Plumbing Ready for Winter

    The winter season is quickly approaching, which means it is time to get your residential property ready for the bitter cold. There is a lot of things you need to do to make sure the house is insulated enough to keep out the chilly weather. Windows should be inspected and replaced if necessary. Make sure your heat source is in working order before the cold season. And lastly, you need to protect the plumbing in your home.
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  • Expecting A Baby? Test Your Home's Water Supply To Prevent Lead Poisoning & Blue Baby Syndrome

    If you are expecting a baby, you're probably scrambling to get your home ready. While you do have time to baby-proof electrical outlets and install baby gates, there is one thing that should not wait until your baby is mobile: making sure your home's plumbing is safe. The reason for this is because there are medical conditions in newborns and children that can be caused by unsafe water in the home.
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  • An Overview Of What's Involved With A New Tankless Water Heater Installation

    If you've converted your basement into a spare bedroom with a bath or put an apartment in your garage, you'll need a way to get hot water for the faucets and shower. Your current hot water heater may not be large enough for the added demand. Your choices would be to get a larger tank heater, switch to a tankless heater, or add a tankless heater to the plumbing for the new addition.
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