Issues With Your Water Softener? 4 Tips For A Clear View Of The Problem

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If you have a water softener installed in your home, you want to make sure that it's functioning properly, especially if the water in your community is on the hard side. You don't want all those harsh minerals in your drinking water. Not only that, but hard water will destroy your plumbing, which leads to costly repairs. To make sure your water softener doesn't fail, you need to watch for the warning signs.

19 November 2018

Three Signs You Need To Replace A Faucet

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Faucets are the most common plumbing fixture in your home, and as a result they also see the most day to day use. Just like every other appliance in your home, over time this constant use combined with the general passage of time can lead to degradation, reducing how well your faucets work and also developing some nasty side effects. Understanding some of the warning signs associated with a faucet that isn't working properly anymore can help you identify when you should talk to a plumbing contractor about installing new faucets within your home.

26 September 2018

3 Smart Ways To Control & Stop Plumbing Leaks

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No one really wants to deal with a plumbing leak. A leaking pipe can cause a lot of damage and be a pain to fix, which is why you need to know what you can do to reduce the chance of a leaking pipe developing in the first place. #1 Install a Flow Sensor Flow sensors are relatively new devices that can be installed and attached to specific points in your plumbing, such as to the pipes that run to your kitchen sink or to your washing machine.

27 August 2018

Why The Life Cycle Of Your A/C System Matters

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As with almost any system in your home, knowing where an air conditioning unit is at in its life cycle makes a difference in how you'll deal with. The age of a system tells you a lot about its level of efficiency, expectations for long-term survival and need for maintenance. These are the concerns you should have at each stage. New You'll likely never be happier with a unit than just after the air conditioning installation contractor has fired it up for the first time.

21 July 2018

Don't Let Your Fourth Of July Festivities Ruin Your Drains

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Anytime you get families or friends together, it'll be a good time. However, if you're having a Fourth of July barbecue at your place, you'll also have to take care that nothing in the house is ruined by the party atmosphere. You're likely to have an eye on the food, your glasses, and your furniture, but it's also wise to think about the bathroom and kitchen drains that will get a lot of action.

18 July 2018

Does Your Commercial Property Flood? What To Do Right Now To Stay Above Water

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If you have substantial drainage problems at your commercial property and the sump pump in the crawl or basement of the property can't keep up with heavy rainfalls or melting snow,  you want to call commercial plumbing specialists. You want to make sure that you don't have to stress every time that it rains or whenever the snow starts to melt. Talk with the plumbers and land contractors about these different things to ensure that this doesn't continue to be a problem.

25 June 2018

3 Helpful Resources To Utilize For Clogged Drains

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Having a clogged drain in the house can prevent you from doing some pretty important activities, including cleaning the dishes and washes your hands. If one or a couple of drains in your home are in fact clogged, you can utilize these resources for effective removal. Hot Water If your drains are not too clogged up, then you may not even need to use special equipment. Sometimes the only thing required for minor clogs is some hot water from the bathroom or kitchen sink.

4 June 2018