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4 Reasons Why Your Faucets Are Leaking And How To Fix It

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Most homeowners do not realize how much water they lose from having a leaky faucet. The few drops of water draining from your plumbing in a day can translate into hundreds of gallons in a year, affecting your water bill. Leaky faucets will also lead to mold or structural damage in the home when left unchecked. Consider these common reasons for leaking fixtures and ways to fix them. When Some Components are Damaged…

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5 Signs You Need Emergency Faucet Repair

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It’s always a good idea to be proactive about your home’s maintenance, and that includes keeping an eye on your faucets. The average homeowner doesn’t think about their faucets until they start to leak. And by that time, it may be too late. A small leak can turn into a big one very quickly, so it’s important to know the signs that you need emergency faucet repair. 1. Leaks  A small leak might not seem like a big deal, but over time, it can cause serious damage to your plumbing and home.…

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Why Your Installer May Want To Move Your Water Heater

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When you have a water heater replaced, you typically expect your installer to pull the old one out and put another water heater in its place. Sometimes, this is how things go. But other times, the installer may put the new water heater in a different location from the old one. Why would they do this? Well, there are a few possible reasons. The new water heater is taller than the old one.…

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What To Do If Your House Is Not Getting Enough Hot Water

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Your lack of hot water can stem from relatively simple or complicated problems. Therefore, you should try to diagnose the simple issues before calling a plumber if you don’t have adequate hot water. Below are the simple diagnoses to try. Confirm Energy Availability Your water heater converts energy into heat that raises your water’s temperature. Therefore, you won’t have any hot water if your water heater doesn’t have the energy it requires.…

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Plumbing: 3 Signs You Should Commission Faucet Replacement

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It’s very easy to forget about the mechanisms that support the functionality of the faucets around your home. When these fixtures have been working correctly for as long as you can remember, it’s hard to imagine that they can sustain damage. But just like other residential plumbing fixtures, faucets can wear out after extensive use. That’s why you should have a plumber’s number on speed dial to ensure you can reach out to a professional when your faucets need fixing.…

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3 Signs You Need A New Heater

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The winter months can get brutal, so it’s crucial for you to have heating services you can depend on. However, thelife expectancy of your heat pump is only about 15 years with furnaces and boilers lasting up to 30 years. When your heating appliance reaches the end of its lifespan, you should remain alert for signs that it’s time to get a new one. Here are 3 signs you need a new heater.…

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A Sewer Line Inspection Uses A Video Camera To Determine The Condition Of Your Home's Sewer

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If you’re curious about the condition of a sewer line in a home you want to buy or if you own a home with a sewer line that keeps clogging, you may want to have a sewer line inspection done with a camera. An inspection shows what the inside of the line looks like, so you don’t have to wonder if the line is cracked or full of roots. Here’s when a sewer line inspection is a good idea and how a plumber can do one.…

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Leak Detection: Frequently Asked Questions

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You rely on the plumbing in your home for several reasons, from drinking water, cooking, cleaning, and doing your laundry. However, what do you do if you suspect there is a leak somewhere in your home, but cannot see the leak in the exposed pipes? A hidden leak can be tricky to find and repair, which is why you need the services of a plumber. If you are scheduling a leak detection appointment, here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions.…

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3 Signs It's Time To Hire Drainfield Restoration Experts

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Most septic sewer systems have drainfields, i.e., shallow excavations that wastewater treatment experts make in unsaturated soil. Typically, property owners cover these excavations with a soil layer and landscape using herbaceous plants like ornamentals grass. Drainfields generally accept, treat, and get rid of wastewater after it’s discharged through perforated pipes and allowed to percolate through the soil in the treatment system. Eventually, the treated water joins the groundwater, ready for use.…

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Benefits Gas Heating Systems Can Offer Your Home

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Gas heating systems are able to provide your home with some important advantages over electric systems. However, you might not have considered these options, and this could put you in a position of being unable to effectively weigh whether a gas heating system is a good option for your home. Gas Heating Can Be Less Prone To Outages For homes that have electric heating systems, a power outage could result in the home completely losing its source of heat.…

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