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Understanding Tankless Water Heater Installation For Commercial Plumbing

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Tankless water heaters are a common feature of residential plumbing. They can also be used for commercial plumbing in your business. The design of these commercial systems may be a little different, but they provide the same benefits. The following tankless water heater installation information will help you with your commercial plumbing improvements: Deciding Between Gas or Electric Units There are options when it comes to commercial water heaters. These can be electric or gas units.…

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How A Professional Plumber Can Help You When You're Flipping A Home

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If you are planning on flipping a home sometime soon, you might be planning on doing a lot of the work yourself. However, there are certain things that you might need to ask a professional to help you with. For example, there’s a good chance that you will need the help of a professional plumber throughout the home flipping process. These are some of the ways that a professional plumber can assist you.…

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3 Signs It's Time To Call A Residential Water Heater Repair Service To Fix Your Water Heater

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A water heater can last for many years without giving you any problems, but there’s always the potential for a malfunction to occur, especially when your heater is old. If you pay attention to the early signs of water heater problems, you might prevent a complete breakdown and the need to take a cold shower in the mornings. Here are three signs it may be time to call a company that offers residential water heater repair services.…

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Four Signs You Need to Call an Emergency Plumber Now

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Nobody likes to call for emergency services, but if you’re ever in a bind, you’ll be glad they exist. Emergency plumbers are no exception. They’re usually on call 247 and available every major holiday because plumbing emergencies don’t know what day it is and don’t take your personal schedule into consideration. Below are some of the most obvious signs that you need to call an emergency plumber for some prompt plumbing repair.…

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How to Unclog a Sink

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Every homeowner should have a basic set of DIY fixes in their tool belt for the occasional problem, and the same goes for your plumbing. One of the most common household issues that we hear regularly is a clogged sink. Some clogs are enormous, such as a batch of “flushable” baby wipes that have created a logjam inside the sewer line, while others are as simple as a chicken bone that went down the garbage disposal.…

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So How Do Real Plumbers Clean A Drain?

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You’ve probably heard the advice time and time again: don’t put drain cleaner down the drain—call a plumber. This is good advice, as chemical drain cleaners can be corrosive to pipes and hazardous to your health. However, it probably leaves you wondering: if plumbers don’t use chemical drain cleaners, then how do they clean out drains? Well, they typically turn to one of three methods. 1. Plumber’s Snakes If your plumber suspects the clog is caused by a solid impaction of something like hair or a child’s toy, then they will probably use a device called a plumber’s snake to remove the blockage.…

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Is It Worth Paying For Water Heater Installation?

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Water heater installation can be quite complex. Even if you are highly skilled in the art of DIY projects, installing your water heater is a different beast altogether — as most plumbing projects are. There are many moving parts involved and a lot that can go wrong. These are just a few of the benefits of hiring a professional for your water heater replacement project. You Don’t Have the Time…

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How To Find Hidden Leaks In Your Plumbing

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Leaks can be sneaky; that’s because they can be lurking without you even knowing. They can start in floors, ceilings, and even walls. This means that they can do a lot of damage before you even catch on to the fact that something is wrong. If you suspect that you have a leak, here are the top signs that you do. Your Water Bill Skyrockets Maybe you have noticed that your water bill has spiked quite a bit.…

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Is It Worth It To Repair Your Water Heater?

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At some point, you’re going to face this dilemma with your water heater: should you have the unit replaced or have the water heater repaired? A few things go into this decision, so use the following information to help you decide if you want to put money into repairing the appliance in your home or if it’s time to just buy a new water heater instead. Your water heater is newer…

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Sewage Backing Up Into Your Home? What To Do

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Nobody wants to experience a plumbing emergency, but throughout your time as a homeowner, you’re going to encounter all types of things you may not be prepared for. One of those things you should prepare for is a sewer backup in your home. This can happen for a number of reasons including a clog in your sewer line, or from high water from flooding outside of your home, such as from stormwater.…

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