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Plumbing For Sanitation Purposes

Do you remember the last time you started paying more attention to your home plumbing? It isn't always easy to tackle plumbing problems on your own, which is why I started focusing more and more on working with someone who knew what they were doing. It was really interesting to see how much of a difference it made to me to have a pro come in and take care of the job, and within a few short weeks, things had been completely taken care of. This blog is all about plumbing for sanitation purposes to streamline your life. Check it out!


Water Heater Repair: 3 Warning Signs Every Homeowner Needs To Keep In Mind

2 March 2021
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From taking a hot shower to washing dishes and laundry, there are numerous ways that water heaters come in handy. Unfortunately, many homeowners don't realize something is wrong with their water heater until it produces cold water. Under such circumstances, the best thing to do is contact a water heater repair service. Considering that this is an appliance that runs on electric power, you should refrain from attempting to carry out repairs by yourself. Read More …

Three Types of Damage That Occur When You Don’t Pump Your Septic System

18 February 2021
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If you are on a private septic system, it is vital that you have it serviced and pumped regularly. Failure to do so can lead to devastating consequences. 1. Your Home The greatest concern is likely to your home. When sludge builds up in the septic tank, one of the first side effects is that the raw sewage begins to back up the lines and into your home. It may start as slow drains that take a long time to empty. Read More …

Three Plumbing Issues That Can Affect Your Washing Machine’s Water Supply Lines

28 January 2021
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Your washing machine may be a free-standing appliance, but it depends upon your plumbing system for proper operation. Issues with the water supply lines are problems for a plumber to address, not an appliance repair technician. 1. Stuck Taps Most washing machines are fed by two taps or water valves -- a hot water valve and a cold water valve. In most cases, these taps are left open at all times so that water can freely flow into the washing machine during normal operation. Read More …

Four Sounds That Mean You Need To Call A Plumber Immediately

21 January 2021
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Noisy plumbing can indicate issues that can lead to major damage or even be dangerous. There are four noises, in particular, that should put you on high alert and indicate that you should call an emergency plumber. 1. Dripping or Rushing Water You should never hear the sound of water dripping in the walls, in the ceiling or floorboards, or beneath a cabinet. The sound of rushing water in these locations is also a bad sign if you don't have water actually running somewhere in the home, as this can be indicative of a burst water supply line or water main. Read More …

How To Determine A Drain Clog Location

13 January 2021
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A clogged drain will cause sewage and water backups in your home, which in turn can lead to major biological hazards and water damage. It's important to locate a clog quickly so that the drain can be cleaned out and repaired. Single Fixture Examples of a single-affected fixture include toilet backups or single sinks that are slow to drain.  When only one fixture is affected, you can rest assured that the clog is likely somewhere in the drain line just below the fixture. Read More …