2 Reasons To Hire A Plumbing Service For Clogged Pipes

Posted on: 11 November 2016

One of the most irritating and common plumbing issues that you will run into is a clogged pipe, mostly because clogged pipes can do everything from causing your sinks to drain slowly to preventing your toilet from removing waste from your home. Listed below are two reasons to hire a plumbing service for clogged pipes. Your Clog May Be Hard To Reach One of the primary reasons to hire a plumbing service for clogged pipes is that the blockage may not always be in an easy to reach location.
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Building A Treehouse For Grownups? Include A Plumber On Your Design Team

Posted on: 6 April 2016

Treehouses aren't just for kids anymore. Grownups with big yards and big trees are building luxury treehouses to serve as home offices, mini-retreats, meditation spaces, guest houses, and even summer homes. If you're going to invest in a luxury treehouse, however, make sure that you discuss the following issues with a plumber while building in order to make it the sort of place that appeals best to grownups. 1.) Aesthetics  Your plumber needs to be involved in the building process because that's the only way to make sure that the pipes can deliver water where you need it in the treehouse and carry the water away again without having a big, ugly mess of pipes visible from the ground.
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Winter Is Almost Here: 4 Tips To Get Your Heater Ready For The Cold

Posted on: 16 November 2015

Winter is just around the corner, which means you're going to be firing up your heater soon. Since your heater has been sitting dormant during the summer, there are a few things you should do before you start using it again. Here are four tips that will help ensure your heater is prepared for the cold weather. Vacuum the Filter Compartment Dust has been accumulating during the summer. Before you turn your heater on for the first time this winter, you need to remove the dust and debris from the filter compartment.
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An Amateur's Guide To Fixing A Leaking Toilet Flange

Posted on: 4 November 2015

When toilet flanges develop leaks, the consequences can be both costly and time-consuming to fix, especially if the problem is allowed to flourish too long. The good news is that you may be capable of handling this problem on their own. If you would like to increase your home plumbing skills, read on. This article will explain how to fix a leaky toilet flange.   Understand the flange. The toilet flange is located on the bottom side of the throne, meaning that you cannot directly see it when the toilet is put together.
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