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End-Of-Summer Plumbing Checklist

When you think of seasonal maintenance checks around your home, plumbing may not come to mind. However, did you know that the plumbing in and around your home should be inspected? If you have never taken the time to inspect your plumbing, consider the following end-of-the-summer plumbing checklist. Read more »

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How To Find A Water Leak In The Wall

Aside from apparent puddles of water on the floor, how can you know that there's a leak behind your walls? In this article, we discuss some of the telltale signs for water leaks. This way, you'll be able to address the problem before it becomes a major and more costly issue. Read more »

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Signs That You Have Tree Roots In Your Sewer Line

If tree roots manage to find their way into your sewer line, this situation is inconvenient. It needs to be addressed immediately. In this article, we will share some signs that indicate that you have tree roots in your sewer. Read more »

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Why Hire A Licensed Professional Plumber?

A few plumbing problems are simple enough to be fixed without the help of a plumber. However, there are also plumbing problems that many homeowners try to fix that end up making the problem worse. The plumbing system of a home should never be left in the hands of an untrained DIY-er. Plumbing systems are far more complex than most people believe. Read more »

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What To Consider When Upgrading The Plumbing In An Older House

Some aspects of older construction used methods and materials that have become antiquated and are problematic today, including the indoor plumbing  Underneath the surface of a solid structure could be a ticking time bomb in the form of old, leaky, and rusted pipes. Read more »

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Steps To Take To Make Your Water Heater Last Longer

Most homeowners forget about their water heater until they don't have any hot water in their home. In this article, you will find some helpful tips to get the most out of your investment and to keep your water heater functioning properly for many years to come. Read more »