Why Is Water Puddling Beneath Your Water Heater?

Posted on: 4 March 2018

If you find small puddles of water beneath and around your hot water heater, you may think that the tank has a leak. Although it's possible for water heater tanks to leak, the real source behind the puddling water might not be as bad as you think. If condensation forms on your water heater's housing, it can drip to the flooring beneath the appliance. You can see if condensation is the cause of the puddles with the tips below.
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Signs Of Signal A Possible Water Leak Under The Foundation Of Your Home

Posted on: 25 January 2018

A slab leak is a serious plumbing problem. One of the worst things about it is that water can be leaking under the slab for a long time and you may become so accustomed to the higher water bills that you don't suspect you have a problem. It's not until you suddenly have a huge water bill when the pipe begins to gush that you realize something serious is wrong.
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The Pluses And Minuses Of Different Types Of Water Treatment Systems

Posted on: 11 January 2018

Each type of water treatment system has its good and bad points, but if your water supply is loaded with minerals, hard metals, or biological contaminants, any improvement is a good one. Here are a few examples of water treatment systems and the specific water quality issues that they address. Water Softening Systems These systems use the introduction of sodium ions into a water supply that is plagued with mineral deposits such as calcium and magnesium.
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Five Things To Know About Septic Tank Pumping

Posted on: 11 December 2017

The issue of septic tank pumping is one that many homeowners wonder about. You certainly don't want your tank to overflow or become unhealthy in any way. Here are five things to know about septic tank pumping.  1. Pumping the Tank Too Infrequently Could Lead to Failure One of the worst things that could happen is having your septic system get backed up because of an overflowing tank. Be sure that you keep a regular maintenance schedule on your tank.
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