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When to Call a Professional: Sump Pump Issues
November 13, 2018

When to Call a Professional: Sump Pump Issues

Sometimes the most important thing a homeowner needs to know is when to throw in the towel. While everyone loves a good DIY project for the weekend, some issues can easily get out-of-hand and potentially dangerous. If you’re working on your sump pump and experience some of these issues, it’s time to call a professional….

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How to Maintain a Hot Water Heater in Cold Weather
November 5, 2018

How to Maintain a Hot Water Heater in Cold Weather

No one wants a cold shower. The uncomfortable shock of cool water is particularly inconvenient in cold weather. Whether you’ve been working outside all day or feeling cozy in a warm office, the last thing you want is to run out of hot water.

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How Hydro Jetting Will Keep Your Plumbing Clean & Free From Debris
October 15, 2018

How Hydro Jetting Will Keep Your Plumbing Clean & Free From Debris

Almost every homeowner will experience a clogged drain or pipe at some point. Dirt, debris, food, and other things that shouldn’t be put down drains get rinsed down all the time.

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Differences Between Hard & Soft Water
October 8, 2018

Differences Between Hard & Soft Water

Most people have heard the terms ‘hard water’ or ‘soft water’ before. But, while most people know that hard water isn’t exactly desirable, they often have little-to-no idea why.

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If You Are Experiencing These 3 Things – You May Need Your Gas Line Serviced
August 20, 2018

If You Are Experiencing These 3 Things – You May Need Your Gas Line Serviced

Many homes have gas lines that power things like their home’s heating or cooking range.  And, while gas is a great option and, when functioning as it should, is completely safe, there are times when you may need to have your gas line serviced. Gas leaks are incredibly dangerous so signs of a leak should…

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Remove Clogs, Debris, and Buildup in Your Plumbing with Hydro Jetting
August 13, 2018

Remove Clogs, Debris, and Buildup in Your Plumbing with Hydro Jetting

Every home has probably experienced a slow drain, clog, or debris buildup in their plumbing. There are many different ways to clear a drain, some that are more effective than others. Some methods are all natural, relatively non-invasive and may remove some small buildup happening in your drain while other methods may be necessary to tackle larger clogs or plumbing problems.

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New Main Service Line Installation [Videos]
July 24, 2018

New Main Service Line Installation [Videos]

New meter nipple ran 2.5 feet of copper tied into PEX tubing sleeved in 2” abs ran 45 feet to main service valve in 3/4” copper to feed home back filled and leveled yard.

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3 Common Plumbing Problems You Shouldn’t Try to Fix Yourself
July 24, 2018

3 Common Plumbing Problems You Shouldn’t Try to Fix Yourself

There is a whole television network dedicated to the DIY lifestyle.  And, while there are certainly many things around your home that you can do yourself, and even plumbing maintenance and minor repairs you can handle, there are certainly plumbing problems you just shouldn’t try to fix yourself.  Not only will it take you far…

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Avoid These 3 Drain Clogging Culprits
July 17, 2018

Avoid These 3 Drain Clogging Culprits

We have all experienced a clogged drain before and know how frustrating it can be.  And, not only frustrating but costly as well!  But, there are many ways to avoid common drain clogs and thus avoid the frustration and expense.  Below are 3 common drain clogging culprits and how to avoid them.  If you do…

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Installing a New Toilet Is More Complicated Than You Might Think
June 20, 2018

Installing a New Toilet Is More Complicated Than You Might Think

When it comes to all things home repair, renovation, and maintenance, the DIY (do it yourself) craze is alive and well.  And, while there are certainly many things homeowners can do themselves, there are others that are just best left to trained professionals.  There is a tutorial on Youtube for just about any home project…

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