Pressure Relief Accessories For A New Hot Water Heater

Posted on: 26 May 2020

One of the major issues that needs to be addressed when you have a new water heater installed is pressure regulation. Hot water results in steam, which can cause even a brand new water heater to leak or even to burst open. Fortunately, installation code typically requires some pressure relief devices. The following are the types of devices you need to make sure are installed at the same time as your new hot water heater.
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5 Reasons to Call an Emergency Plumber

Posted on: 22 April 2020

Plumbing issues can occur at the most inconvenient times and put a real damper on your day. While certain plumbing problems can wait until the next business day, some problems require immediate action to prevent serious damage. Here are a few situations that call for an emergency plumber. 1. Frozen Pipes Frozen pipes are a big concern during the winter season and can result in burst or leaking pipes. Pipes that are in the most danger of bursting are those in unheated areas, like crawlspaces, basements, and attics.
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Caring For Your Home's Drains

Posted on: 13 April 2020

Failing to keep the drains clean can be a mistake that many homeowners will be guilty of making at some point during the time that they own the home. While this can be an easy mistake to make, it will often be the result of the homeowner failing to have a sufficient understanding of this maintenance. Why Is It Important To Clean Your Home's Drains? There can be many benefits that you can enjoy by making it a point to keep the drains as clean as possible.
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What To Do If Your Hot Water Pipe Bursts

Posted on: 7 April 2020

It's not unheard of for water pipes to leak, but more alarming is when they burst. A pipe bursting can send water flying everywhere, which can be particularly dangerous if it's spewing hot water. If this has happened to you and you're at a loss as to what to do, follow this quick guide to get the answers that you need. Get Out! First things first: Clear everyone out of the room that has the leak, and if there is one, shut the door.
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