More Than a Pipe Dream

Extremely Cold Where You Live? Tips To Prevent Frozen Pipes And How They Are Repaired If This Happens

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If you live in an area that gets extremely cold, one thing you should be concerned with is your plumbing pipes. They can become frozen, and this will result in expensive repairs if the pipes burst. Below are some tips to prevent this from happening. You will also find information on how frozen pipes are repaired if you have this problem. Prevent Frozen Pipes If you have a swimming pool you need to drain it. Read More»

How Emergency Plumbers Can Help With Pipe Leaks

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The older the piping is in your home, the more prone to leaks it will be. They can happen when you least expect them as well. If you suddenly have a pipe that starts leaking water, an emergency plumber can assist in some important ways. Help You Find the Water Shutoff Valve For Severe Leaks  If you have a lot of water coming from a pipe, then you need to stop the flow of water. Read More»

Common Boiler Issues And How To Fix Them

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Most people do not give much thought to the condition of their boilers until there is a sudden issue. Going without hot water and heating that your home desperately needs, especially during colder months, is frustrating. There are several reasons your boiler may not be functioning efficiently. Here are three common boiler issues and how to remedy them. 1. No Heating or Hot Water It is frustrating and stressful when your boiler fails to function. Read More»

5 Signs That You Need Well Repair

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A private well grants you control over your water quality and a self-sufficient water supply not monitored or reliant on the city. This independence means that you will be responsible for unexpected well repairs. However, the need for well repair isn’t always obvious. To determine if you need well repair, search for these five signs of well damage.  1. Low Water Pressure A noticeable decline in pressure indicates a leak somewhere along the supply line. Read More»

Three Things To Consider Before Replacing Your Property's Sewer Line

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Sewer lines channel all the wastewater from the sinks, showers, toilets, and bathtubs toward the main sewer or the septic system. Therefore, a damaged sewer line can cause untreated sewage to leak onto your property. If your sewer line is damaged, you should replace it to restore wastewater drainage. However, before you do so, consider the issues below.  Check If You Can Repair the Pipe Replacing a sewer line can be complex, costly, and invasive. Read More»