Reasons For Not Putting Off AC Repairs

5 June 2020
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If there are things wrong with your AC, then there are many reasons why you should have it repaired. Even if you don't need to use the air conditioning at the moment, there are reasons for having the problem fixed shortly after determining there is a problem. Here are some of the many reasons why you would want to have the AC fixed, even when not currently in use. You know it's going to work when you need it to work Read More 

Plumbing Services You May Need When Renovating A Bathroom

4 May 2020
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You probably have at least one bathroom in your house that looks bad. It is outdated and ugly, and you are sick of it. The good news is that you can renovate this ugly bathroom and transform it into a beautiful, useful space. If you have remodeling skills, you might be able to handle a lot of the work yourself, but you should always hire a plumber for help with the plumbing work you must complete during the project. Read More 

Double Check Valve Vs. Reduced-Pressure Zone: What’s The Difference Between These Two Backflow Prevention Systems?

27 March 2020
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Backflow prevention is an important part of ensuring that the city's water is safe to drink. Whenever pressure in the water supply line drops, it's possible that water from the building's plumbing can begin to reverse direction and flow right back into the supply line. Pressure drops can happen during extreme water usageā€”for example, when fire hydrants are in use. Unfortunately, sometimes water inside a building's plumbing system or in an irrigation system can contain harmful contaminants. Read More 

Drain Services Can Help Protect Homeowners From The Risk Of Sewage In A Slowly Draining Bathtub

27 February 2020
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A shower or a bath should be a relaxing situation that takes a person's mind off their difficulties. However, a slowly draining bathtub could end up backing up with sewage, which can be dangerous to a person's health. As a result, drain repair may be necessary in the future. Slow Drains May Be a Sign of Something Serious When you're taking a shower, the water may pool slightly around your feet, but it should quickly roll down the drain without filling the tub up too much. Read More 

Stop Ignoring Your Water Heater Sediment Problem!

2 February 2020
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Did you know that your water heater requires routine maintenance? If not, then you may be in for a costly surprise. A common source of water heater failures is sediment build-up, a problem that you can easily prevent with some necessary maintenance steps. Unfortunately, many homeowners wait too long and are shocked when their water heater fails several years earlier than expected. If you've been leaving your water heater to fend for itself, then learning a bit about the repairs you can potentially face may convince you to spend a little time on some annual TLC. Read More