6 Steps For Removing An Old Water Heater From Your Home

Posted on: 8 August 2018

If you have recently ordered a new water heater, on installation day, you are going to need to remove the old water heater from your home. 1. Turn off the Power Supply The first thing that you need to do is turn off the power supply to your water heater. If your water heater is gas-powered, that means you need to use the cut-off valve to turn off the gas. If your gas is electric powered, you need to turn off the circuit breaker for where your unit is plugged in and then unplug the unit.
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Battling A Wet Basement: Tips For Waterproofing Your Home

Posted on: 20 July 2018

Keeping water out of your home is essential when it comes to preventing erosion, mold growth, and structural damage. Since a basement is located below the surface of the ground, it's an area within your home that is particularly vulnerable to water infiltration. Invest some time and effort into ensuring that your basement is waterproofed properly to avoid the headache associated with water damage in the future. Fill in the cracks.
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Common Water Heater Problems You May Encounter

Posted on: 26 June 2018

Your home's water heater is one of the most important plumbing fixtures that you have, but it is also one of the components that you may know the least about. Sadly, there are some common problems that water heaters will experience, and homeowners may be unaware of what they should do to combat or otherwise address these issues. Inconsistent Water Temperature When the water heater is functioning normally, you should find that the temperature of the water coming from the faucet stays relatively stable once you set it.
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Tips For Preventing Dangerous Septic System Floods

Posted on: 6 June 2018

If you are new to living in a home with a septic system, then you need to know that flooding the system can permanently damage it and lead to thousands of dollars in repair bills. Thankfully, by following each of these important tips you can prevent unnecessary septic tank flooding and keep the system healthy for many years to come: Tip: Mitigate Exterior Sources of Additional Water While you probably already realize that your septic system can flood if you use too much water all at once in your home, you may not realize that exterior sources of water can be just as bad.
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