Get to the “Root” of Your Plumbing Problem

26 March 2021
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When most homeowners think about their plumbing system, they think about the fixtures and pipes located inside their homes. The fact of the matter is that there outdoor components that play a central role in determining how well your home's plumbing system functions over time. The main drain pipe, which is responsible for funneling anything put down the drains in your home to a municipal sewer system, is typically located underneath your home's landscaping. Read More 

Seven Possible Reasons Why The Pipes In Your Plumbing System Need Repairs

22 February 2021
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Pipe damage is one of the most common reasons why a home would be in need of plumbing repairs. Damaged pipes can cause leaks in a home that can lead to costly water damage issues.  If you need to have plumbing repairs done because of issues with broken pipes, you may be wondering how your pipes were damaged. This may help you to prevent future plumbing repair needs due to damaged pipes. Read More 

Five Bad Habits That Necessitate Toilet Repairs

13 January 2021
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If your toilet is malfunctioning, you need to schedule a prompt repair. Knowing the cause of the malfunction is also important so you don't repeat the problem. 1. Flushing the Wrong Things A clogged toilet must be repaired, but you will then need to take steps to avoid subsequent clogs. The toilet is not a garbage can. Nothing should go down the toilet other than human waste and toilet paper. Wet wipes, diapers, hygiene products, and floss must all go in the garbage, even if the packaging declares that these items are flushable. Read More 

What Can You Do About Lateral Foundation Problems?

9 December 2020
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Homeowners typically expect foundation failures to occur downward. As soil shifts, portions of the foundation can begin to sink. This movement can lead to noticeable cracks and a weaker structure. If the problem becomes severe enough, a sinking foundation can even leave your home dangerously uninhabitable. Sinking isn't the only potential threat your foundation faces, however. Lateral movement can be just as damaging. This type of failure occurs when pressure from the surrounding soil pushes inward on your foundation walls, leading to leaning, bowing, or horizontal cracks. Read More 

Plumbing Improvements To Consider Having Done Before You Put Your Home Up For Sale

10 November 2020
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If you're planning to put your home on the market, you may be thinking of home improvements you can make that don't cost a lot but will make your home more enticing to buyers. Simple plumbing upgrades could fall into this category. Here are some plumbing upgrades and repairs you may want to do before you put your home up for sale. Have New Faucets Installed New faucets could make a big difference in the appeal of your bathrooms and kitchen, especially if you have basic chrome faucets now. Read More