A Pipe Camera Inspection Can Help Your Plumber

Posted on: 3 February 2021

When your pipes stop working the way that they should, you want to make sure that you have a plumber come out to look at them. In some cases, the plumber may be able to find the problem easily, but the majority of your plumbing is buried in the walls of your house or the ground outside your house. That can make it much harder for a plumber to find out the problem.
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Four Ways To Minimize Damage From A Broken Water Line

Posted on: 20 January 2021

A broken water line can lead to a lot of damage, whether the main line breaks in your yard or a secondary line bursts in the home. 1. Shut Off Water at the Main The first task to do before anything else is to stop the flow of water through the broken water line. This means shutting off the water at the main valve. This valve may be located near your water heater, in the basement, in a utility room, or in a green utility box in your yard.
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How To Clean A Drain With Homemade Cleaners

Posted on: 6 January 2021

Nothing is quite as annoying as having to deal with a clogged drain. It is inconvenient and can be difficult to clean without professional help. While it can be difficult to clear, it is not impossible. There are several natural solutions available that you can make yourself at home. Take a look at the best options for a homemade drain cleaner. When Not to Use a Homemade Cleaner Before you learn how to make a homemade drain cleaner it is important to know when you should and should not use a cleaner that you have made at home.
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Hot Water Heater Location: Five Things To Consider

Posted on: 30 December 2020

If you are installing a new water heater and thinking of placing it in a new location, there are a few placement pointers to consider. 1. Air Circulation Good air circulation is a must, no matter what type of hot water heater you are installing. If you opt to place the water heater in a utility closet, for example, then make sure there is a foot or so of space on all sides of the hot water heater so air can circulate.
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