Think You Have A Broken Water Main? Here's What To Look For

Posted on: 26 July 2017

The water main is practically the starting point for your water service, as it provides water from the municipal water pipe to your home. It's not unusual for this crucial pipeline to fall victim to corrosion and breakages, resulting in leaks that could do more than just rob your home of its water supply. The following takes a look at some of the more common signs that your water main is in need of immediate attention.
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Three Tips On Caring For Your Grease Trap

Posted on: 18 July 2017

If you run a restaurant or own a large kitchen and need to be sure that you are taking care of safety and restaurant quality, you'll want to maintain the grease trap. This grease trap is the part that lets you keep the oven clean of oils and animal fat so that it doesn't clog the system and create a fire hazard. If you want to take care of your grease trap in this way, follow these tips.
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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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