Slow Drains? Snake The Drains And Clean The Vents

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If your home is equipped with a septic system and you're having trouble with slow drains, the problem could be caused by backed-up drains or clogged vents. Here, you'll learn how to check and open the vents and drains to get the water draining as it should. Drain Snaking If the slow drains are only happening in a certain area of the house, chances are, the problem is somewhere in a drain leaving that space or somewhere in the drains down the line.

23 September 2018

Take It To The Next Level: Why You Should Have Gas Lines Installed In Your Backyard

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If you love to host summer activities, it's time to take your backyard entertainment area to the next level. It's time to install gas lines in your backyard. You might not think that you need gas lines in your backyard, but if you spend enough time outside, you actually can't afford to be without them. Having them installed will allow you to get the maximum enjoyment during the summer, and the following will show you how.

3 August 2018

Are All Septic Tanks The Same?

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You might think all septic tanks are the same. While the overall function of septic tanks is consistent, a septic tank can be designed in a number of different materials. If you plan to install a new tank for your home, learn about some of the different material options so that you can make the most informed choice.  Concrete In terms of durability, no other septic tank options can compare to concrete.

3 August 2018

This Is Why Your Home Pipe Repair Isn't Working

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Sometimes fixing a leaky or broken pipe at home is straightforward, so homeowners try to take care of the task themselves. This can work well, but there are times when the repair just won't hold, and the problem appears again and again. That doesn't necessarily mean that you or whoever fixed the pipe did a bad job; the repair can fail for a few reasons. You Fixed Only Part of the Problem

11 July 2018

Staying Safe With Your HVAC System

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When most people think of HVAC, they only think of heating and cooling. The variety of safety concerns that are part and parcel of a home's HVAC system can be easily overlooked. Unfortunately, this can be hazardous to your family. The following guide can help you address safety concerns while ensuring your HVAC system is performing correctly. Hazard: Dirty Filter Why? A dirty filter is a hidden hazard. It can contain irritants like pollen and molds, which can make some people very sick.

22 June 2018

How A Commercial Plumber Can Help Your Restaurant

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As a restaurant owner, it is a good idea for you to consider working with a commercial plumber on a regular basis. After all, there are various things that these professionals can help you with. These are just some of the helpful services that a commercial plumber can help you with when it comes to your business. Preventing Clogged Drains For one thing, many restaurant owners and managers find themselves dealing with clogged drains on a regular basis.

7 May 2018

How To Know If It's Time To Have A New Water Heater Installed

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It is extremely important to make sure that you are well aware of whether it is time to have a brand-new water heater installed. If you are not carefully keeping an eye out for the signs, you could very well find yourself in a position of being totally without any hot water. Then, depending on the schedule of the plumbers in your area, you might not be able to get a new one professionally installed right away.

7 May 2018

Are You A New Homeowner? You Should Have These Professionals Contact Information On Hand

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Many people enjoy apartment living because of the convenience. You have your own household without the responsibility of owning a house. Living in an apartment means not worrying about repairs and the lawn. If you just purchase a house, then you have to do certain things to maintain your property. Read on to find out what professionals you should have contact information for on hand. Find A Reputable Licensed Plumber

16 April 2018

What To Know About Water Softeners

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A water softener can be a great way to fix problems in your home that hard water creates. This includes mineral build up, clogged water fixtures, and appliances failing prematurely. However, many homeowners that use a water softening system don't understand how it works. Here is what you should know about your home's water softener. The Problem With Hard Water The purpose of having a water softener is to deal with the issue of having hard water, which is when there is too much calcium or magnesium in the water.

4 April 2018

5 Tips For Lowering Your Water Bill

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One of the things you'll want to do is keep your monthly expenses down. This will help you save money year round and can alleviate a great deal of your financial stress. You'll always need to have water, and an excellent place to start is by lowering this bill. Being aware of tips to help you do so can be beneficial to you. Tip #1: Fix leaks You may be surprised how much faucet leaks are you costing you when it comes to your water bill.

16 March 2018