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The Pros and Cons of Drain Cleaners

Clogs are a reality of life, which is unfortunate because they can slow down your mornings, make washing, bathing, and cleaning a hassle, and cause messes in your sinks and tubs. One of the most common solutions people turn to when they have a clog is a chemical drain cleaner, but there are both pros and cons to using these products.  Read more

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Important Questions to Ask  When You Call a New Plumber

When people find a plumber they like, they tend to continue calling that same company for service. There are many reasons for this, including that inviting somebody into your home requires a lot of trust, and it’s much easier to call a company you’ve already dealt with. However, if you’re in the market for a reliable and trustworthy plumber, Read more

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Why You Should Get a Plumbing Inspection Before You Buy a House

Anybody who has ever bought a home before or gone through the house hunting process will know that you don’t buy a house without a home inspection. But even though they are equally important, people do not often talk about the necessity of a plumbing inspection before purchasing a house. In our article we will discuss this,  Read more

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5 Plumbing Services You May Not Know About

Most people know that when they have a clog or leak, the professional to contact is a plumber. These companies offer a wide range of plumbing services beyond the basics, including things like inspections, preventative work and maintenance, cleanup services, and more. To give you an idea of how comprehensive your local plumber’s services may be, here are five services they offer that you may not have known about. Read more

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How To Tell When It’s Time To Replace Your Water Heater

The water heater is one of those components that’s easy to forget is in the home, but you really feel its absence when it’s not working! No more hot showers or baths? No more dish washing? No more warm water for the laundry? This can be a major inconvenience.

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The Basics Of Preventive Drain Care

Under ordinary circumstances, the way the drain in your sinks work is pretty simple. You pull out the plug and gravity does the rest. The water flows down into the drainpipe itself, and eventually out of your home and into the sewage line. But even a process as simple as water going down the drain can go wrong.

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