image of a broken water pipe and emergency plumbing

Have you ever tried to fall asleep only to be bothered continuously by the sound of a running toilet or a dripping faucet? If you have, these are signs of an existing or developing plumbing issue. But what if there are no annoying noises at all? How will you be able to tell that plumbing…

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plumbing water leak

Believe it or not, spring is right around the corner. For many homeowners, spring is time for “spring cleaning” and general home maintenance. It’s always a good time to do a comprehensive “spring cleaning” for your plumbing. A little preventative maintenance prevents property damage, expensive losses, and much more.

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water heater

Water heating accounts for approximately 18% of the energy bills in the average American household, according to the US Department of Energy (DOE). As a result, this number makes up a significant portion of overall heating costs. To help keep costs down, more homeowners should consider taking the necessary steps to ensure their water heater…

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frozen plumbing pipes

The cold months of winter can cause your plumbing to be affected by multiple problems. Frozen pipes are among the most common ones. Frozen pipes cause the entire plumbing system to malfunction. For example, you will not be able to flush the toilet, and the inlet pipe attached to the water heater could become frozen,…

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house in winter

If you reside where the weather is cold, and winters are harsh, you are probably aware of the fact that the snow, ice and frigid temperatures you experience can negatively affect your home. The winter weather can particularly impact your plumbing. For this reason, it is essential to understand how to prepare for the harsh…

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