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Update These Plumbing Fixtures When Remodeling Your Home
October 18, 2017

Update These Plumbing Fixtures When Remodeling Your Home

When remodeling your home, it is important to remember to address all of the details, both large and small.  Without doing so, it would be like putting on a gorgeous new dress but wearing it to a party with old, worn out shoes – the shoes will take away from the overall look of the…

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Plumbing Fixes to Know Before You Call a Plumber
October 18, 2017

Plumbing Fixes to Know Before You Call a Plumber

Almost everyone will encounter a plumbing problem that needs attention at one point or another.  Some plumbing projects and plumbing problems can be completed or repaired easily by a homeowner, while others cannot.  The last thing anyone wants is to try to fix a plumbing problem only to wind up making the problem far worse…

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How to Tell If It Is Time for a New Water Heater
October 6, 2017

How to Tell If It Is Time for a New Water Heater

We may not give much thought to it but we all rely on our home’s water heater to provide hot water for things like bathing or washing clothes. In fact, it will probably slip anyone’s mind until there is a problem.

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Install Low GPF Toilets to Save Water and Money
October 6, 2017

Install Low GPF Toilets to Save Water and Money

If you ask homeowners if they want to be more energy efficient, eco-friendly, and save money on utilities it would be pretty surprising to find one that says ‘no.’ There are many easy and relatively inexpensive home upgrades a homeowner can make to do just that.

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3 Reasons a Plumber Should Handle Your Tub Installation
August 17, 2017

3 Reasons a Plumber Should Handle Your Tub Installation

As a homeowner, you know that there is seemingly no end to the number of potential repair and renovation projects in your house. At any given time, you may have needs in any number of rooms—whether you’re looking to update a drab style or you have something in disrepair.

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Don’t put if off: Have a pro Inspect Your Plumbing Regularly
August 17, 2017

Don’t put if off: Have a pro Inspect Your Plumbing Regularly

Owning a home is a tremendous responsibility that should come with consideration and concerted effort. After all, this is likely the biggest purchase and investment you’ll ever make. It’s also the place that will protect your loved ones and valuable possessions, so you want to ensure it’s a sound, safe place to live.

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Leak Detection Can Save You Time and Money When Think You Might Need Plumbing Repairs
July 15, 2017

Leak Detection Can Save You Time and Money When Think You Might Need Plumbing Repairs

Leaky pipes happen all the time. While a single leak may not seem like a big deal, it can quickly add up if it is not addressed. Your home’s foundation may become excessively damaged, which means you will need to spend a ton of money getting it fixed. Save yourself some hassle by investing in professional leak detection.

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Save Money and Water by Installing New Toilets in Your Home
July 15, 2017

Save Money and Water by Installing New Toilets in Your Home

There are various plumbing services you need to get when an actual problem arises. However, a toilet installation may be prudent even when nothing is actively wrong with your current toilet. The one you have now may be working perfectly fine, but it could be costing you a lot more money than you realize.

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Upgrading to a Tankless Water Heater Will Benefit Your Home
July 5, 2017

Upgrading to a Tankless Water Heater Will Benefit Your Home

When you go into the market for a new water heater, you do not have to automatically get what you had last time. In fact, you can upgrade your property by installing a tankless water heater. There are many benefits to be gained, and you will be enjoying warm water for many years to come.

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5 Indications That You Might Need a New Sewer Line
June 29, 2017

5 Indications That You Might Need a New Sewer Line

The sewer line is located beneath your home. For the most part, these structures are built to last for a while. However, you may one day discover that yours is no longer operating as it needs to. A sewer line replacement should be sought if that is the case.

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