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  • Be Nice to Your Garbage Disposal This Thanksgiving

    Plumbers frequently prepare themselves for a number of emergency calls both on and immediately following Thanksgiving, many of which involve a garbage disposal. In fact, these two days are some of the busiest of the entire year for our industry. Because pushing plate after plate of leftover food down the disposal can result in clogged drains or jammed motors, there are a few important extra steps ...
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  • Avoid Using Store-Bought Drain Cleaners

    When your sink or shower drain clogs up, you may be tempted to take what is commonly perceived as the “easy” repair solution: a chemical-based solvent that you can easily purchase at a home-improvement store. While these solutions usually can get the job done, they can also create an even worse situation later. Normally, these chemical solutions are extremely corrosive; they get rid of the clog by ...
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  • Tips for Quieting Loud Pipes

    One of the most common causes of loud pipes is water hammer. When the water pressure in your home is high, turning off the tap can result in the pressure to back up and jolt the pipe, similar to slamming on your car brakes. The jolt can be frighteningly loud when a solenoid-controlled appliance, such as a dishwasher or a washer, shuts the tap. Furthermore, plumbing that isn’t properly anchored to ...
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  • Advantages of a Camera Inspection

    When a drain or toilet clogs in your home, it can be frustrating experience. On one hand the particular device that clogs up becomes inoperable without the risk of possibly flooding the basin. On the other hand, repairing the clog and freeing the pipes from blockages can be a difficult and potentially dangerous task if you are not properly trained. Professional plumbers have the tools and ...
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  • How to Check for Low Water Pressure

    Having low water pressure can really disrupt the comfort of your home. While some causes of this issue are minor, there are others that require extensive work. The first thing you must do is contact your neighbors to see if they are experiencing a similar problem with their water pressure. If so, the city’s municipal water system might be the blame. You can even check the city water pressure by ...
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  • Three Ways to Reduce Water Consumption

    We are constantly being encouraged to be smart with our water consumption. Water is a precious resource and wasting it not only hurts everyone in the long run, but can also run up a pretty hefty utility bill at the end of each month. We frequently are contacted by customers looking for ways to help reduce their water consumption, particularly those with older homes and aging plumbing systems. On ...
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  • Colored Water - A Sign of Plumbing Problems

    Your home’s plumbing system is no stranger to breakdowns and issues over time. Water can cause parts to wear out, which can cause leaks, bursts, and a number of other issues. However, one issue that serves as a good early indicator of other serious problems is the color of your water. If you find that your water is coming out of the tap and has a strange hue to it, you may wish to have a plumber ...
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  • How to Check for Low Water Pressure

    Having low water pressure can really disrupt the comfort of your home. While some causes of this issue are minor, there are others that require extensive work. The first thing you must do is contact your neighbors to see if they are experiencing a similar problem with their water pressure. If so, the city’s municipal water system might be the blame. You can even check the city water pressure by ...
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  • Tips for Quieting Loud Pipes

    One of the most common causes of loud pipes is water hammer. When the water pressure in your home is high, turning off the tap can result in the pressure to back up and jolt the pipe, similar to slamming on your car brakes. The jolt can be frighteningly loud when a solenoid-controlled appliance, such as a dishwasher or a washer, shuts the tap. Furthermore, plumbing that isn’t properly anchored to ...
    Continue Reading
  • Three Ways to Reduce Water Consumption

    We are constantly being encouraged to be smart with our water consumption. Water is a precious resource and wasting it not only hurts everyone in the long run, but can also run up a pretty hefty utility bill at the end of each month. We frequently are contacted by customers looking for ways to help reduce their water consumption, particularly those with older homes and aging plumbing systems. On ...
    Continue Reading
  • Three Ways to Reduce Water Consumption

    We are constantly being encouraged to be smart with our water consumption. Water is a precious resource and wasting it not only hurts everyone in the long run, but can also run up a pretty hefty utility bill at the end of each month. We frequently are contacted by customers looking for ways to help reduce their water consumption, particularly those with older homes and aging plumbing systems. On ...
    Continue Reading
  • Should I Repair or Replace My Water Heater?

    Water heaters are one of the most important appliances in your home, and like all of your other appliances they will eventually wear out and break. When it does, you will need to make a decision as to whether you want to repair your water heater or replace it completely. Our latest blog examines a few common malfunctions and advises you on whether you should repair or replace your unit. Your Water ...
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