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Plumbing / Basements

Everything You Need to Know about Drain Pipe Unblocking

Everything You Need to Know about Drain Pipe Unblocking

by Martin Gracewell on Aug 15, 2017

The drain pipes in any property play an extremely important role in keeping the plumbing system running smoothly. These drain pipes are designed to ensure that all of the wastewater from your property is carried away into the municipal sewage lines in a safe and secure manner. Continue reading →

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How to Replace a Fill Valve in Your Toilet

How to Replace a Fill Valve in Your Toilet

by alan reid on Aug 23, 2017

Reasons why Drano is not a helpful household drainage cleaner. It is a lye-based product sold in several forms marketed as a drain cleaner. Find out why plumbers call it "liquid fire." Continue reading →

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5 Interesting Plumbing Facts You Probably Took for Granted

5 Interesting Plumbing Facts You Probably Took for Granted

by James Helliwell on Sep 5, 2017

Plumbing is one of the regular amenities you often take for granted in the home. But how much do you know about this critical aspect of home convenience? Did you know that the early Romans perfected an aqueduct system of equipping their homes with water supply from nearby rivers? Unfortunately, it was fraught with problems such as ridding off used water. Today, modern plumbing has made things a lot easier. This article will discuss some unusual but interesting facts that will make you look at yo Continue reading →

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How Does Hard Water Affect Your Plumbing?

How Does Hard Water Affect Your Plumbing?

by Mark Fear on Sep 25, 2017

Hard water is common throughout the world, but many people don't really know what the term means or how it affects their home's plumbing. Continue reading →

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Preventing Blocked Drains

Preventing Blocked Drains

by Rick Hill on Oct 3, 2017

There are few parts of our homes and businesses which can really cause a lot of problems like our drains. Blocked drains can lead to a whole range of potential issues, many of which require costly repairs. Continue reading →

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5 Easy DIY Plumbing Projects to Save Money

5 Easy DIY Plumbing Projects to Save Money

by Guest on Oct 11, 2017

Most people don’t realize that some plumbing problems can be handled all by themselves right at home. Are you one of those people? Don’t call the plumber every time there is a problem. Continue reading →

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If You Own an Older Home, You May Want to Consult a Professional to Check Your Plumbing

If You Own an Older Home, You May Want to Consult a Professional to Check Your Plumbing

by Tom Grant on Nov 27, 2017

“Good bones” - we’ve heard many older houses described this way. It’s intended to mean that an old house is solid, suitable for living, stands the test of time. The trouble is, when people brag about their old house’s “good bones”, they probably aren’t referring to the plumbing. And bad, out-of-date plumbing can destroy a house’s good bones in short order. Continue reading →

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Ten Tips for Drainage Care

Ten Tips for Drainage Care

by Rick Hill on Dec 7, 2017

You could be having a drain problem in your house when you begin to notice that your sink is taking a bit longer to drain. The other indicator is when water begins to pool around your feet as you stand in the shower. Continue reading →

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Preventing Blocked Drains in Your Home

Preventing Blocked Drains in Your Home

by Rick Hill on Jan 23, 2018

Most people will have to suffer due to fully or partially blocked drains. These issues can vary from minor irritations to extremely costly repair projects if left untreated. Fortunately, a professional team should be able to deal with practically any kind of blockage in record time. Continue reading →

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What to Ask Your Plumber Before They Get Started

What to Ask Your Plumber Before They Get Started

by Guest on Mar 6, 2018

It’s tempting to save money by trying to get clever with home improvement and doing it yourself. In some cases, it’s not a bad idea at all, especially if you have a little background in working with your hands. Continue reading →

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