More Than a Pipe Dream

2 Early Warning Signs Your Home's Main Sewer Line Needs To Be Replaced

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When your home’s main sewer line ruptures or becomes clogged, the problems caused will result in major problems as sewage leaks out into the surrounding soil and comes back up into your house through the drains. Because the sewer line is under the ground, you may believe that the only way you can tell that there are any issues is when the drains become clogged or you find huge puddles in your yard. Read More»

What Are The Clear Signs You Need Emergency Drain Cleaning?

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A properly working drain system is essential for the smooth operation of your home’s plumbing. But clogged drains can cause significant inconvenience and possible damage if not addressed immediately. This article discusses the key signs that reveal that you need emergency drain cleaning. By recognizing the signs early on, you can prevent further complications down the line. Slow Draining Fixtures  If you notice that water is slow to drain from your sinks, bathtub, or shower, then that is a clear indication that there is a clog in your drain system. Read More»

How Do Plumbers Find Leaks When There Are No Visible Or Audible Signs?

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When your water bill is much higher than it was before, yet you don’t see any water damage or hear dripping, you face a frustrating situation. You know there’s likely a leak somewhere, but if you can’t see it or hear anything, how do you find it? Plumbers have a few ways of finding exactly where a leak is, so if you know there’s something going on, get your phone. You need to call a plumbing company as soon as possible and get that pipe fixed. Read More»

Three Good Reasons To Have Your Leaky Faucet Fixed

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Unless it is right next to your bedroom or living room and you have to hear it dripping all the time, it’s not that hard to ignore a leaky faucet. In fact, lots of homeowners do ignore their leaky faucets under the assumption that a few drops of water now and then are no big deal. That does not mean ignoring your leaky faucet is wise. You’d be better off having the leaky faucet replaced or repaired by a local plumber. Read More»

Bathroom Faucet Installation - Tips For Homeowners

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Something you may decide to do with your home’s bathroom is upgrade to a new faucet. Manufacturers now make some attractive options, whether you’re into stainless steel or copper. Installation for a new faucet will go according to plan if you take these steps. Get the Right Supplies Before you start a new faucet installation, ensure you get the right supplies so you can work uninterruptedly. One of the most critical items is a bowl to catch dripping water. Read More»