Choosing A Great Plumber

How To Landscape Your Septic System

When it comes to your septic system, you should carry out routine maintenance on the tank and your drain field to keep them functioning properly.  Of course, even a sound septic tank system is not a particularly attractive feature in your yard. Fortunately, you can landscape your drain field effectively and safely if you carefully […]

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3 Ways To Lower Humidity In Your Southern Home

Living in the South often means coping with high levels of humidity. While you might expect to battle humid air when you go outdoors, you want your home to remain comfortable. If you find that indoor humidity levels inside your home are climbing, it’s time to address the problem. Here are three simple things you […]

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Signs Of Septic System Problems For Rural Real Estate Purchasers

If you are interested in buying a rural home that uses a septic system instead of connecting to a community sewer line, then there are many things you should watch for when touring properties you are considering for purchase. Septic tanks were not always professionally and correctly installed back in the days before inspections and […]

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Plumbing Problems And Household Pests: There Could Be A Connection

Plumbing leaks can wreak havoc in your home, costing you money in wasted water and repairs. What some homeowners don’t realize is that a sudden influx of household pests can be indicative of a plumbing leak. Insects and other household pests rely on water for survival, and a good leak in your home can be […]

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4 Plumbing Mistakes To Avoid In A Bathroom Renovation

A bathroom renovation usually adds value to a home. For the homeowner, the trick is to make the right remodeling decisions while avoiding too many mistakes. To help you stay on track with your bathroom renovation, here are some common plumbing mistakes to avoid.  Adding Too Many Fixtures The more fixtures you have in your […]

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Water, Water Everywhere: 3 Steps To Dealing With Watery Plumbing Messes

When your home has been flooded, you will want to begin the process of restoration quickly. This often means that you need to start bailing the water out ahead of time. The sooner you start dealing with the watery mess in your home caused by plumbing problems, the less likely you are to have additional […]

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Five Simple Ways To Reduce Your Home’s Water Consumption

Water is a precious resource. It takes a lot of energy to clean water and deliver it to your home. For this reason, reducing your water consumption is good for the planet. It’s also good for your wallet! Use these five simple tips to reduce your home’s water consumption. Switch to low-volume faucets. Low-volume faucets […]

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Flushing: Even Your Water Heater Needs It

Did you know that your water heater can fill up with more than just water? It’s true. Over time, your water heater will fill up with contaminants such as silt, rust and scale deposits. Once the deposits get too deep, they can solidify and cause an interruption in the way your water heater works. The […]

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Grease Problems And Your Plumbing And Sewer Line

Grease can not only wreak havoc on the drains and sinks in your home, but it can cause a lot of problems with your sewer lines. If you’re not careful about how you dispose of grease in your home, then you may require more sewer line cleaning and repair and increase the likelihood of possible […]

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The Signs Of A Failing Water Heater

Your water heater will give you some subtle signs that it needs attention. If you ignore the signs, the problems can get worse until you have an expensive and messy problem. Here are some of the ways that your water heater tells you it needs some maintenance to continue working effectively for you.  Sediment in […]

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