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  • Making The Switch From Septic To Sewer: What To Know

    There are times when you may be able, as a homeowner, to convert from a septic system to a sewer service. If you are considering this as an option, then you may already be in discussions with a plumber to handle the job. Before you move forward, there are a few things you need to know. Here are a few of those key points you should know about switching from your current septic system to a sewer services and how your plumber can help.
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  • Tired Of Broken Toilet Handles? Fix The Problem Now

    As a business owner, it's crucial that you keep your plumbing sound and secure. But if your toilet handles keep breaking, it can quickly disrupt your business and upset your customers. Broken toilet handles aren't just inconveniences; they present safety hazards. Fix your broken toilet handle problem with the information and tips below. How Can Broken Toilet Handles Affect Your Business? Toilet handles, or levers, allow your customers to flush your toilets properly.
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  • Which Septic Tank Should You Install?

    If you want to install a septic system on your property, you should educate yourself on the available septic tank options to help you make an informed decision. Here are some of the things to include in this assessment: The Septic Tank Material Septic tanks come in all manner of materials; the common ones include fiberglass, metal (stainless steel), plastic (both high-density and low-density), and concrete septic tank. Each of these materials has their benefits and drawbacks so you need to explore all those before making a decision.
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  • Need Help With Your Water Heater? Let A Professional Plumber Resolve The Problems

    Are you experiencing an issue with your water heater? If you are not getting enough hot water from the faucet when you are taking a shower and if you have noticed it is making strange, unusual sounds that you have never heard before, you are going to need to have a professional come out to look at the water heater and diagnose the issue before letting you know if you need to have certain repairs performed or if you need to have the equipment replaced.
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  • Here's How A Grungy Sink Drain Can Make Your Dishwasher Stink

    Dishwashers are supposed to clean and sanitize dishes, so it's never a good sign if your dishwasher smells bad. If you're having this problem and there isn't any food caught in the drain of your dishwasher, then the smell might not actually be your dishwasher's fault. Here's a potential reason why your dishwasher is stinking and what you can do about it. Dirty Drain Your sink, whether it has a garbage disposal or not, deals with a lot of food waste.
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  • Do These Before Calling An HVAC Technician

    A malfunctioning HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) is best serviced by a professional technician. However, this doesn't mean you should pick up the phone and call a technician every single time you suspect your unit isn't functioning efficiently. This is because there are simple things that may interfere with your HVAC's operations, and it's best to eliminate these things before calling a technician. Here are a few things to try first the next time your HVAC is acting up:
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  • Why Did the Tap Water Suddenly Change Color?

    It's never a nice sight when you turn on a faucet in the office kitchen and find the tap water has turned brown, red, yellow, speckled, or some other color. Tracing the problem isn't always easy, but most of the time, you can get a pretty good idea of what's going on. Your first step is to check with the facilities department and see if the city has been flushing out the utility lines; that can knock sediment and rust into the water.
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  • 4 Benefits Of Installing A Precast Septic Tank

    A precast septic tank is made of concrete. It is shaped and put together before it is taken to your home and installed. There are specific advantages that come with installing a precast septic tank. #1 Precast Septic Tanks Don't Float Precast septic tanks are made out of concrete, and they are really heavy. They will not float up through the dirt over time like other septic tanks that are made of lighter material.
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  • Have A Well? Know About These 3 Potential Problems

    If your home relies on a well to provide water, you may be well aware that it can have problems. If the pump stops working for any reason, you won't have running water until you get it repaired. It will help to diagnose a well water problem on your own, since it may be simple enough to fix without the help of a plumbing company. Lack of Power A power outage is a common problem that can affect your well pump, and it's more common to happen in rural areas that have blackouts and power surges.
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  • Smell Waste In Your Flooded Basement? What To Do Now

    If heavy rains have become a problem for your area and your basement has flooded with water and sewage, there are some things that you want to do. You have to act fast because sewage in the home is very dangerous. You need to know whether the sewer pipes have backed up, whether the sump pump is pumping sewage into the house, and many other things. A plumber should come to the home to fix the sump pump and find out what is flooding and causing a problem.
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