What Causes My Water Heater To Fail?

September 27, 2017

A water heater failing and leaking can be the result of poor conditions, and while it may sound like a rare occurrence, the Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS) lists it as one of the top five sources of residential water damage. IBHS has found that after the deductible, damages resulting from a burst […]

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The Value of a Quality Repipe Job

August 10, 2017

The Value of a Quality Repipe Job Over time through common wear and tear or the unfortunate circumstance of inferior plumbing equipment, your pipes will eventually take on some damage, resulting in your home requiring a repiping. Due to the extensive nature of a repiping job, it only makes sense to seek the best deal […]

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Why Are My Copper Pipes Leaking?

July 7, 2017

Copper pipes are inferior, and due to their high potential to experience disastrous corrosion are not recommended to use in your home. Florida, in particular, is an awful place to have copper piping because of the shortened lifespan of the pipe system. Unfortunately, leaking is quite common in copper pipes, and understanding the root of […]

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Checking Your Pipes Before You Buy Your Home

May 12, 2017

Anyone in the market for a new home knows that you should be as informed as possible of as many aspects to the home as you can. Between square footage, prior damage, and structural concerns, there is a lot to consider. One of the most important systems in your new home to inquire about is […]

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How Much Does It Cost to Replace the Pipes in My House?

April 13, 2017

How Much Does It Cost to Replace the Pipes in My House? Your home requires upkeep and care over the years, and in doing so, it can get costly. An issue which many people encounter is replacing the pipes within the home. It is a big task which raises the question of price. Unfortunately, there […]

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4 Signs Your Bathtub or Shower Plumbing Needs Repair

March 7, 2017

Your plumbing should never be taken lightly and often the smallest inconvenience can lead to the biggest problems. Usually the signs go unnoticed so here are 4 signs that your bathtub or shower plumbing need repair. Low Water pressure If you are experiencing low water pressure it can lead to many problems with your pipes. […]

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How Do You Know if Your Home Needs to be Re-Piped?

February 8, 2017

There are a number of visible signs that the pipes in your home may need to be replaced. Damage from leaking water or sewage pipes can potentially lead to thousands of dollars of costly repairs and replacements. Knowing the early warning signs can help homeowners know when it’s time to re-pipe. Regardless of the materials […]

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Signs You Need a New Garbage Disposal

January 31, 2017

Is your garbage disposal acting strange? You’re not the first person to grapple with a malfunctioning unit. Luckily, we’ve got some surefire hints that it’s time to seek help. Check out these reasons that it might be time to replace your kitchen accessory. No Rotation, No Sounds- This is probably one of the scariest symptoms […]

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How To Know When You Need To Repair Your Faucet VS Replacing It

January 31, 2017

Is It Better to Repair or Replace a Leaky Faucet We often take our plumbing fixtures for granted until there is a problem. Sometimes these problems can be solved with minor repairs, but sometimes a complete overhaul is required. As a homeowner, without calling in a plumber, how do you know whether it’s time to […]

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Top Two Reasons To Replace Your Polybutylene Pipes

January 31, 2017

Polybutylene pipe was once considered “the future of plumbing.” However, many recent issues with this pipe material have shown that polybutylene will not hold up long enough to make it to the future and that anyone with these pipes should probably have them replaced. Consider the following reasons you should replace your polybutylene pipes: City […]

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