Don't Let Your Pipes Burst: 4 Tips To Protect Your Pipes From Freezing

Posted on: 14 July 2017

There's nothing worse than a broken water pipe. Your home fills with water, your personal property is destroyed, and you're left facing the bills for cleanup. Unfortunately, there's no real way to tell when your pipes are about to burst. That's why it's important for you to know what to do when it does happen. Having some advance planning in place will allow you to act fast to mitigate the damages.
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Having A New Water Heater Installed? Here What You Need To Do To Get Ready

Posted on: 9 July 2017

Replacing your home's hot water heater is a fairly straightforward process, but is one that you really should hire a professional plumber to do. Even though this task should be a quick one, it is best to get ready in advance so you know what to expect and see the process go as smoothly as possible. Once you have made the call to the plumbing service to schedule an appointment, mark the date on your calendar so you know how long you got to get ready.
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What Is A Backflow Preventer?

Posted on: 29 June 2017

You never want to hear your plumber say that you have problems with backflow. That means that you have a problem with things coming back up into your potable water system and contaminating it. To fix it, you need to have a new backflow preventer installed.  Backflow Preventer Generally, your water system has enough pressure to be able to run water through your various fixtures with no problems or no risk of anything flowing back into your system.
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Why Your Toilet Tank Doesn't Fill And How To Repair It

Posted on: 24 June 2017

Toilets are pretty simple things. They don't have complex parts, so repairs are often simple to do. However, while they may be simple, they might not be easy. It can be difficult to replace a toilet due to a bad wax ring or cracked tank just because it's heavy and you have to move it in a tight space. That's why some repairs are best left to a plumber. One problem you may encounter with your toilet is a tank that won't fill all the way.
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