Be Careful About Flushable Wipes

Posted on: 2 November 2020

If there is one thing that plumbing contractors want you to know, it's the fact that only toilet paper and waste should be flushed in the toilet. For example, many companies sell wet wipes they claim are "flushable." The bad news is that many of these wipes are not necessarily good to flush into your system. While many of these wipes flush down easily enough at first, they may be creating a bigger problem.
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How AC Maintenance Prevents System Freezing

Posted on: 21 October 2020

When you turn on your air conditioner, you certainly want your room to get cold. What you may not want is for the system itself to freeze. The refrigerant system actually needs to avoid freezing so that it can continue to provide you with the cool air you need. In fact, your AC freezing could lead to warm air or no air at all coming out of the system. With AC maintenance, you can avoid an issue where your unit freezes.
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Handling Problems With Your Home's Water Heater

Posted on: 12 October 2020

Without a working water heater, you will find yourself without a source of warm water in your home. This can make it extremely important to treat water heater problems as urgent. Otherwise, you could be without a source of hot water. Consider Whether You Need to Turn Off the Flow of Water If the issue that your water heater is experiencing is leading to water leaking out of the system, you will want to turn off the supply of water or position something near the leak to catch the water that is coming out of the system.
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2 Things To Check When You Have Low Water Pressure

Posted on: 2 October 2020

When you don't have enough water pressure, there are a lot of bad things that can happen. The simplest is that you aren't able to shower or wash dishes because you just don't have enough water pressure to have water running through the pipes. A worst-case scenario is that you end up with a backflow situation and raw sewage ends up running back into your house. If you do have issues with low pressure, there are some things that you can do to troubleshoot the issue before you call out a plumber to have them work on it.
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