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Breathe New Life Into Your Drainfield With A Restoration

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Homeowners know that a well-functioning septic system is vital for maintaining a healthy and safe living environment. However, many people only realize the importance of regular maintenance once it is too late, and their drainfields have developed irreversible issues.  Drainfield Restoration Is Necessary When Your Septic System Suffers A Catastrophic Clog A failing septic system can wreak havoc on your property if left unaddressed. Some common signs that indicate issues with your drain field include puddles or soggy areas in your yard, foul odors emanating from drains or near the drain field, and slow-draining sinks or bathtubs.…

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Why You Should Never Delay Sewer Line Cleaning With Older Plumbing

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Sewer clogs inevitably top any list of potentially damaging sewer events. While a burst pipe can cause substantial water damage, a backed-up sewer line can allow raw wastewater to return to your home. Not only will this leave you with a mess of water damage, but it can also lead to a serious health hazard requiring costly clean-up.  The longer you wait to address sewer issues, the more likely a clog will cause sewage to back up and return to your home.…

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What You Should (And Shouldn't) Do About Foreign Objects In Your Drains

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Large foreign objects can end up in drains for any number of reasons. If you have children, you know they can often throw everything from toys to large pieces of food into places they don’t belong. Unfortunately, a large object in your home’s plumbing system can potentially cause numerous expensive problems. First and foremost, don’t panic when something goes down the drain. In many cases, the situation isn’t critical and won’t result in any expensive repairs.…

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Are You Getting Low Water Pressure From The City Water System? Here's How A Pressure Tank And Booster Pump Can Fix The Problem

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Low water pressure across your entire home is a major hassle. It can make it difficult to wash off soap when you take a shower, and you’ll also have trouble scrubbing grime off of dishes. In addition, appliances like your dishwasher and washing machine can take a long time to fill when the water pressure in your home is low. When your home is connected to the city water system and low water pressure affects every appliance and plumbing fixture in your home, it’s often because the water coming from the city has low pressure.…

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The Basics Of Backflow Prevention

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Plumbing systems are intricate structures of pipes, joints, intersections, and valves. Under ideal conditions, plumbing systems flow properly and supply fresh, clean water consistently and reliably. Unfortunately, sometimes those systems falter. Whether a crack in a water supply line interferes with the proper flow or a failed joint causes a significant leak, sometimes interference can cause backflow in the system. When that happens, contaminated water could be drawn back into the clean supply.…

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New Technologies That Help Minimize Water Heater Repairs

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Water heaters are an essential part of any household, providing hot water for various purposes. However, over time, they can experience issues that require repair. Fortunately, new technologies have emerged that make water heater repair easier, faster, and more efficient. These technologies may even minimize the need for major repairs. Here are three new technologies for water heater repair that every homeowner should know about. Leak Detection Systems Leaking water heaters can cause extensive damage to your home, from water damage to mold growth.…

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Bathroom Remodeling: 4 Tile Designs You Should Consider For Your Bathroom Walls

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Bathrooms are often one of the most overlooked spaces in the home. You can consider them as a blank canvas that needs no more than a fresh coat of paint or a few stylish accessories to make it look beautiful. However, with a few strategic changes and help from a bathroom remodeling professional, you can greatly impact your bathroom’s overall look and feel. For instance, you can replace traditional paints with more modern and stylish designs to completely transform your bathroom into a new space.…

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Water Softener Installation: What To Expect During The Process

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Water softeners are essential systems that help improve the quality of water by removing hard minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Installing a water softener in the home can provide a lot of advantages for you in many ways, from improving the taste and smell of your water to increasing the lifespan of your appliances. It can also help reduce irritated skin and cracking hair if you have a high level of sensitivity to the minerals present in harder water.…

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3 Ways To Create A Cohesive Kitchen On A Shoestring Remodeling Budget

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Remodeling can be a splurge, but it can also be a practical necessity. If your home has an old, outdated kitchen, remodeling likely doesn’t feel like an unnecessary expense. Your kitchen is a functional work area, and many people spend a lot of time in their kitchen daily. Remodeling an old kitchen can be a great way to improve your cooking workflow and make a meaningful improvement to your daily life.…

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Why Is Your Air Conditioner So Loud?

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While it’s normal for your air conditioner to make some noise, excessively loud noises are usually a sign of a problem. The problem is often due to something as simple as dirt and debris caught in the unit, but it could also signal a more serious issue. This article highlights a few of the most common reasons why your air conditioner might suddenly start making more noise than usual. Your Fan Motor Could Be Worn Out…

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