What You Can Do to Keep Your Drains from Clogging Up

Posted on: 19 January 2017

If you've ever dealt with a clogged drain, you know just how truly frustrating it can be. Standing in front of the sink hoping that the standing water will evacuate through the drain only to find that hours later the situation hasn't changed can really take the wind out of your sails. You may use over-the-counter plumbing treatments to no avail and then scramble to find the money to pay for a plumber.
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6 New Plumbing Additions That Can Add Value To Your Home

Posted on: 18 January 2017

When you buy a home, you are always considering the future on the horizon. This means that you are always thinking about how you can invest in your home before you even decide that you want to sell it. When you are looking for the best ways to increase the value of your home, plumbing should be near the top of your list. If you are not sure what to do, these suggestions may help you improve the value of your home.
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4 Common Signs Of A Damaged Water Main

Posted on: 19 December 2016

A water main is a large underground pipe that supplies water from a municipal supply to a single home. When a water main cracks or begins leaking, a lot of damage can occur. But detecting a damaged water main can be tricky since the pipe is buried underground. Luckily, there are several signs of a water main leak that an observant homeowner can detect so the necessary repairs can be made.
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3 Things You Should Always Hire A Plumber To Do

Posted on: 16 December 2016

While there are some plumbing-related chores you can handle on your own, such as cleaning the trap under your sink or wrapping your exposed pipes with insulation for winter, there are other tasks that are best left to the pros. Here are 3 things that commonly happen in the home that you should consult with a plumber about instead of trying a DIY project. Drain cleaning or debris removal
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