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5 Plumbing Myths That Are Burning A Hole In Your Pocket

There are many beliefs out there where a homeowner may even be contributing to a plumbing problem even more. Unfortunately, some of these plumbing myths can cost a homeowner a lot of money. In this article, we debunk five of the most persistent myths and offer better solutions. Read more »

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What’s An Automatic Shut-Off Valve?

If you have experienced a plumbing leak before, you know that it can be inconvenient and messy. If left unattended for some time, water leaks can lead to damage, including the growth of harmful microorganisms such as mold and mildew. This article discusses the benefits of an automatic shut-off valve. Read more »

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Sewage Back-Up Prevention: What To Do

Indoor floods are every homeowner's nightmare, mainly when caused by sewage back-up. It's a dangerous situation, given all of the microorganisms involved. The best solution to avoid these risks in the first place. In this article, we share some tips on how to prevent a sewer back-up in your home. Read more »

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Plumbing Issues: DIY Or Call A Pro?

When faced with a plumbing problem, you could be forced to decide between getting an expensive bill for plumbing services and having water all over the floors or attempt to do it yourself. A number of homeowners are willing to save money and use the wealth of information available online to tackle their own plumbing problems. While this is admirable, plumbing repairs can be tricky. There is very little margin for error. Read more »

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Tips On How To Find A Good Plumber

At some point, there is bound to be a problem with the plumbing in your home. If there are numerous plumbers listed in your local directory, choosing one can be a daunting prospect -- especially if you are in the midst of a plumbing emergency. How do you know what to look for in a good plumber? Read more »