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The most common plumbing problems are clogged drains and toilets, leaky faucets and pipes, water heater issues, low water pressure, and a running toilet. Each of these issues requires a different solution that we will cover below. You don’t realize how much you rely on plumbing until you start having issues. A dripping faucet here, […]

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Tankless water heaters provide a more technologically-advanced service than their traditional counterparts. We can prove it, too. If you’ve noticed any of the following four signs, then it’s probably time to upgrade to a tankless water heater. There’s nothing worse than a shower going ice cold while you’re in it. If that sounds overdramatic, it […]

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Drain functionality is essential to the smooth operation of your home. Every time you turn on a faucet, run the washing machine, or flush the toilet, your drainage system should quickly remove wastewater without a second thought from you. But like any area of your home—especially one that sees so much use—drains can fall into […]

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Is there water on the floor around the base of your toilet? If so, that’s not a good sign. This means there’s a leak in your toilet — most likely around the base of the fixture. Instead of allowing your bathroom to become an indoor swimming pool, whip out your trusty tool belt and start […]

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1. Insulate Pipes The best way to keep your pipes from freezing is to purchase specifically designed pipe insulation. Pipe insulation is often remarkably inexpensive, and it is a small investment compared to the repair costs of a burst water pipe. When insulating your water system, pay particular attention to pipes in unheated, interior spaces […]

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  It only takes one sewer line backup to cause homeowners major problems and big headaches. But, when sewer lines keep backing up, these problems and headaches can snowball into a full-blown crisis! If you’re frequently dealing with sewer line backups, here’s a look at what may be going wrong—and what you can do to […]

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