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Plumbing / Basements

How Safe is My Household Wells Drinking Water

How Safe is My Household Wells Drinking Water

by Dorian Travers on Jul 8, 2014

If you own a well, you might think that the United States government monitors the quality of your water and the public water supply. While the Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA) oversees and regulates the public water system, if you have a well on your property, you alone are responsible for testing and regulating your water. In fact, over fifteen percent of people in the US drink water from a well and do not have access to qualified water treatment officials that routinely check quality. Continue reading →

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Difficult Climates Make Waterproofing Your Basement Even More Important

Difficult Climates Make Waterproofing Your Basement Even More Important

by Leona Zoey on Aug 10, 2014

Descending the creaking stairs into the dark abyss, you can feel yourself becoming tense and fraught with fear. The dank, musty air permeates the senses as you move closer and closer to the bottom. A single bulb illuminating the room, casting eerie shadows. A feeling of uncertainty, as if the walls are about to collapse in on you at any time. No, this isn't a scene from a B-grade horror movie – it is simply a trip into a basement needing of waterproofing. Continue reading →

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Are You a Homeowner? Six Things You Must Know about Plumbing Maintenance

Are You a Homeowner? Six Things You Must Know about Plumbing Maintenance

by Leona Zoey on Sep 30, 2014

When you own a home, you want to keep it in the best shape possible. Routine maintenance and taking care of small problems before they get big are essential to keep things running smoothly around your home. If you don’t know the first thing about plumbing maintenance, you could find yourself in an expensive bind. Here are some tips that will help you keep your plumbing in shape and possibly allow you to avoid costly pipe problems in the future. Continue reading →

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Dos & Dont's for DIY Plumbing

Dos & Dont's for DIY Plumbing

by Charlie Brown on Jan 15, 2015

Do you have pipes that are flooding your cellar? Perhaps you have a broken water radiator? Plumbing work is one of the most alluring problems for any person to tackle with. Those are the sort of repairs you may need to pass along to a plumber, unless you have broad experience in plumbing work. Plumbing repair is much harder than it looks. Before you call a plumber or tell somebody else, make an intensive appraisal of the issue. Continue reading →

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Mistakes Too Many Make When Hiring Plumbers

Mistakes Too Many Make When Hiring Plumbers

by Boris Dzhingarov on Feb 19, 2015

Nowadays, it is so much easier to find and hire a plumber than it used to be some time ago because of the fact that the internet easily helps us to make a great choice. It is not at all difficult to find one that has a great experience but it is this exact availability that makes so many make mistakes. It is really important that you consider the following information so that you will not make these mistakes. Continue reading →

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Things to Consider When Hiring a Plumber

Things to Consider When Hiring a Plumber

by Onas Ejaz on Apr 16, 2015

One of the most difficult jobs you can have in your life is as a homeowner. There are a number of things you have to consider when doing this job. In order to have a smooth running home, you will need to make sure all of the vital systems under your roof are at peak performance. The plumbing in your home is very important and it can have a number of different issues over time. Continue reading →

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Basement Waterproofing:  Exploring Your Options

Basement Waterproofing: Exploring Your Options

by Kashif Raza on May 21, 2015

Every homeowner who has a basement should be aware of basement waterproofing options.  Why?  Every basement, whether in a new house or an old one, is susceptible to flooding.  By their very nature, basements are subject to the flow of water caused by heavy rainfall or melting snow. Additionally, flooding can occur from inside the house as a result of things like burst or leaky pipes. Continue reading →

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What You Should Know about Multi-phase, Industrial Power Sockets and Plugs

What You Should Know about Multi-phase, Industrial Power Sockets and Plugs

by newsy siso on Aug 10, 2015

Safety, efficiency, and practicality are always key concerns when it comes to electrical systems. This is particularly true for industrial operations, where power is required at all times of the day and power safety and efficiency are of utmost importance for operations. Continue reading →

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What You Need to Know about Basement Waterproofing

What You Need to Know about Basement Waterproofing

by Charlie Brown on Feb 26, 2016

A wet, leaking basement is a seller’s, buyer’s and homeowner’s worst nightmare. A leaking basement can be a health hazard; it weakens the foundation of your home and with time becomes a source of toxic molds. A wet basement is basically unusable. Continue reading →

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How to Avoid Frozen Pipes Problems

How to Avoid Frozen Pipes Problems

by Guest on Feb 27, 2016

Water can freeze in your home pipes because of defective taping, a broken thermostat or insufficient insulation. Even worse, the frozen water can crack the pipe and cause significant damage. Nowadays frozen pipes problems are regarded to be very serious for the whole condition of your house. Continue reading →

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