Reasons You Need to Have a Plumber Check Your System

Eight Strategies For Protecting Your Plumbing Pipes From Winter Damage

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Those who have recently relocated to areas where cold temperatures are a normal part of life during winter often don’t realize that plumbing pipes are frequently damaged when temperatures get below freezing. Burst pipes are costly and inconvenient, but fortunately, they can be avoided using a combination of strategies. Following are eight things you need to know about protecting your plumbing pipes from winter damage.  Leave Cabinet Doors Open During Cold Weather Spells  Read More»

Benefits Of Having A New Sewer Line Installed with Trenching

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If you have a broken sewer pipe on your properly, then you have a wide variety of options available to you for repair. In some cases, repairs can be completed with the installation of a new internal liner. In this case, a new section of sewer line can also be installed through the old pipe. A traditional replacement can also be completed and it may be a good option if the sewer line is old or if it contains a large break. Read More»

Plumbing Repair: 3 Tips for Soldering Off Pipes When You Can't Cut Them Off

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If you’ve tried cutting the plumbing to no success due to the cut needing to be made at an awkward angle or other conditions and circumstances, you can consider soldering off the pipes with a propane torch instead. Although it’s wise to leave this type of work to professionals, you can actually easily attempt and get the job done yourself if you have the right type of equipment at home, like a propane torch. Read More»

Is Your Water Heater to Blame for Low Water Pressure?

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Dealing with a sudden drop in water pressure is no fun, especially when you have no idea what the cause is. Fortunately, zeroing in on the culprit isn’t hard when you know what to look for. If you’re worried that your water heater is to blame, here are some questions to ask that will let you know for sure and tell you what you need to do about the issue. Read More»

Spring And Fall Maintenance To Help Keep Your Air Conditioner Unit In Good Repair

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Whether it is spring or fall, it is important to complete the necessary maintenance to keep your air conditioner running well and using power efficiently. Here are some season maintenance tasks you can complete to ready your AC unit for winter or summer. Fall Maintenance Take Care of the Filter At the end of the summer as you are preparing to winterize your air conditioner’s outside unit, take a few minutes to clean or replace the filter. Read More»