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Is It An Plumbing Emergency? Ask Yourself These Questions

7 July 2020
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Plumbing problems happen, and yes, they can occur in the middle of the night or on off-hours. When a plumbing problem occurs during off-hours, how do you determine if you should call a 24/7 emergency plumber? Here are some tips to help you decide if it can wait or if you need to shell out the extra money for an emergency plumber visit. Can You Shut Off The Water?              Read More …

Mistakes That Will Have You Calling Your Plumber Eventually

11 June 2020
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There is nothing wrong with having to call the plumber. When you have a big plumbing leak or a clog, a plumber is the best person to fix the problem. However, if you can possibly prevent plumbing problems, that's an even better approach. So what mistakes do homeowners make that eventually lead to plumber calls? Take a look. Misusing the garbage disposal. Garbage disposals come in really handy. But keep in mind that they are really only intended to grind up a little bit of food waste on plates at the end of a meal. Read More …

Five Common Areas For Plumbing Leaks

10 June 2020
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Higher water bills or a meter that keeps running even when there is no water flowing in the home are both signs that you have a hidden water leak. The following are five common locations where these leaks can hide. 1. Outdoor Faucets Outdoor faucets are more likely to develop leaks than indoor faucets, particularly if the water is not shut off to these taps during the winter months. The leak can occur at the faucet and hose bib itself, or a water line running underground can spring a leak. Read More …

Homeowner’s Guide To Sewer Line Cleanouts

3 June 2020
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A sewer line clog can be a major issue. Fortunately, your sewer line is equipped with cleanout ports that make clearing out the problem much easier. When Does a Sewer Line Require a Cleanout? Sewer line clogs tend to affect every drain in your home. Sinks may drain slowly or backup, toilets may back up each time you flush, or sewage may actually come up tub or floor drains. If more than one drain, particularly in different areas of the home, are backing up, then the issue is likely in the sewer line and not in the individual drain. Read More …

5 Signs You Need Water Heater Repair

21 May 2020
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A water heater is one of the most important appliances in your home. You rely on it to take a warm shower, do a load of laundry, and wash the dishes. The last thing you want is for it to break down one day with no warning. That is why it is important to know when your water heater may need repairs. Here are a few signs your water heater should be checked out by a professional. Read More …

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Turn Your Bathroom Into a Spa-Like Retreat

Could your bathroom benefit from a little updating? A few years ago, I grew tired of my outdated bathroom. I decided to tackle my own remodel, which consisted of re-painting my vanity cabinets, updating the lighting fixtures and hardware, and giving my bathroom a fresh coat of paint in a modern grey color. I spent very little, but my bathroom now looks modernized, and is a space I can actually enjoy spending time in! I put together this blog to help like-minded homeowners update their own bathroom spaces in a budget-friendly way. I hope you find some great ideas here to try out for yourself!