Why Redo The Plumbing In Your Rental Home

Posted on: 15 July 2019

Do you have a home that you use as a rental? If you do, then you may want to get the plumbing redone in the house, even if there aren't any major things wrong with the plumbing that you can see right now. Plumbing issues can become expensive in many ways, from damaging the pipes and causing the repairs to add up to actually destroying the walls and other parts of the house.
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Furnace Not Working? Try These Troubleshooting Tips To Fix It

Posted on: 15 July 2019

The heating system in your home should receive regular maintenance checks at least twice a year. It's a good idea to do it at the beginning and end of the winter season. When you fail to do this, your system may malfunction and require serious repairs. Unfortunately, there are several things that can break on the heating system even with regular checks. This guide goes over some of those issues and how to troubleshoot them.
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Three Ways To Stop Foul Odors From Your Water Heater

Posted on: 12 July 2019

If you've noticed a foul smell coming from your faucets whenever you run hot water, the culprit can be your water heater. There are several reasons this smell can start to occur, but the good news is that very few reasons require something expensive like replacing your tank, though you may need a plumber's help. Here are three ways to try to fix the problem. Replace the Anode Rod The inside of your water heater is typically coated with a material like porcelain to help prevent rusting, but over time, the metal beneath the protective coating can get exposed.
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What Are The Simplest Ways To Clean Your Drain?

Posted on: 12 July 2019

Your drains are sensitive. If you have ever tried to clean out your drain, you know the process can be difficult. Thankfully, you have many options to ensure the job is done correctly. Many people turn to chemical cleaners, but many people (including plumbers) consider those chemicals to be too harsh for their drains. These tips will help you keep your drains in excellent shape. Use a Wire Hanger A lot of people prefer plastic clothing hangers, but that does not mean you should throw away all those wire hangers just yet.
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