How To Fix Your Annoying Bathroom Faucet Leak And Stop Your Money From Dripping Down The Drain

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A leaking bathroom faucet is not only annoying — it can significantly increase your monthly water bill if left to drip constantly. The leak will also get worse over time until it's fixed due to the way compression faucets work. Common in older bathrooms, compression faucets use a washer to prevent water from leaking into the faucet head. Over time, all the shearing force from rotating the rubber washer against metal will degrade it, causing it to wear away.

5 April 2018

3 Signs You Need To Call A Plumber

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There are certain situations regarding the plumbing of your home when you need the professionals services of a plumber. Here are three signs to look out for that may warrant a call to your local plumber.  A Pipe Bursts  If you notice flooding under your sink, in your basement, in your ceiling, or some other area where you know one of your water pipes are, it is crucial that you call a plumber immediately.

20 March 2018

Factors To Think About Before You Rent A Porta Potty For Your Job Site

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If your company undertakes a construction job, then you're required to have portable toilets on the site. This not only makes things convenient for your crew it also limits disruption to nearby businesses that your crew would visit to use the toilet. It's even better for your business because it cuts down on the time a worker needs for a bathroom break when one is in close proximity. Here are some things to consider when you rent a portable toilet for your construction site.

6 March 2018

3 Tips To Save On Plumbing For Your Tiny House

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Building a tiny house can be a more affordable alternative to some other types of housing, but this doesn't mean that it's necessarily cheap. For example, you could be concerned about how much you are going to have to spend on plumbing for your tiny home. Luckily, it is possible to save money on plumbing. These are a few that can help you do so. 1. Think About Plumbing When Designing Your Floor Plan

11 February 2018

3 Tips For Maintaining Your Residential Well

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Buying a home with well water is a learning experience, especially if you've spent your lifetime relying on municipal water. Having a free, healthy, and reliable source of water right in your own backyard is great, but it also comes with new responsibilities. Here are a few tips for maintaining your residential well, keeping your water clean and ensuring the well continues to work properly for years to come: Know When to Have the Pump Repaired

14 January 2018

Avoiding Plumbing Issues By Caring For Things Correctly

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The more you learn about your home's plumbing system, the better your chances will be of avoiding repair issues and other problems. This article will cover a few points you should brush up on that will help you to keep everything working as it should. Your homes water pressure Your home's water pressure may be set higher than it should be, and you may not even know it. This can put more wear and tear on your plumbing and leave your pipes at risk of damage.

11 December 2017

Is Mold Present? Warning Signs That Plumbers Are On The Lookout For When Making Your Plumbing Repairs

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Plumbers work with water and moisture on a daily basis. As such, they have seen their fair share of mold that is caused by plumbing leaks and sitting water. When a plumber handles any plumbing issues you may have, they are always on the lookout for signs that mold may be present. If they suspect mold is present, or if they see mold, they may recommend that you call in a mold remediation company to deal with the mold after they repair the leak that is providing this substance with moisture.

6 December 2017