Getting Your Plumbing Repaired

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Getting Your Plumbing Repaired

A few months ago, I realized that our home had some serious plumbing issues. It seemed like our sinks were constantly clogged, and it was really frustrating to deal with. I didn't want to have to unplug a drain every single time I wanted to take a shower, so I decided to call in a few professional plumbers to make things right. They were amazing to work with. They were able to quickly identify the cause of the problem and flush out the drains in a jiffy. After our plumbing was finally fixed, I felt like I could start focusing my attention on other home issues. Check out this blog to find out how plumbers could help you.

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3 Reasons Your Plumber Might Not Be Able To Give You An Exact Quote

18 March 2016
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As a homeowner, hiring an expert can be an expensive necessity. When you need the emergency services of a plumber for a clogged drain, you will likely want to shop around for the best price but still get a service call within a reasonable amount of time. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to figure out exactly what a plumber will charge to repair your current situation, especially through a phone or email inquiry. Read More …

Check Out These Solder-Free Methods for Patching Leaky Pipes

17 February 2016
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When a copper water pipe leaks or breaks, a quick phone call to your local plumber is usually in order. But until your plumber arrives on the scene, you'll want to know how to temporarily take care of your plumbing woes. As a homeowner, there's a good chance you may not be comfortable with performing your own copper pipe repairs with solder. The following offers several ways you can patch up your copper pipes without having to solder your pipes. Read More …

Three Types Of Piping To Consider For Your Repiping Project

27 January 2016
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If you suspect that the plumbing in your home is beginning to deteriorate, it may be time to undertake a repiping project. Depending on the type of piping you are currently using, and the signs of failure your home is exhibiting, your project may only involve certain lines, or may involve your whole house. No matter how small or how large your project is, you must first decide which type of piping you are going to replace your lines with. Read More …

Buying a New Home? Learn How a Plumber Conducts an Inspection of the Plumbing

25 January 2016
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A home inspector does not conduct a thorough review of the plumbing in your home. This is because they can't see the pipes behind the walls or underground. However, there are some indicators that they use to determine whether something may be wrong with the system, including slow draining, low water pressure, brown or rust-colored water coming out of the faucet, or the age of the pipes. If they suspect there may be something amiss with the system or that you will need to make repairs to it, they may recommend that you get the plumbing inspected further by a plumber. Read More …

What You Need To Know About Replacing Kitchen Pipes In Older Homes

17 December 2015
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Kitchen pipes are among the household fixtures that are easy to forget about until they malfunction. If you live in an older home with pipes that have not been serviced for decades, it may be time call a plumber to inspect the fixtures. Furthermore, if you notice that the plywood in your kitchen sink cabinet is warped or see signs of moisture and mold growth, you probably have a tiny pipe leak that is slowly but surely causing major damage. Read More …