2017

How To Prevent Your Air Conditioning Drain From Clogging

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Your air conditioner has a drain line, also called a condensate line, that moves water through it to help your unit keep putting out cold air. If these lines get clogged, they can lead to serious water damage from standing water accumulating around your unit or even create a health hazard if mold or dirt builds up inside. Standing water can also leak onto the electrical components of your unit, which creates a fire hazard.

10 December 2017

Tips On How To Keep Your Kitchen Sink From Clogging Up

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Your kitchen sink contains a drain that you likely use on a daily basis. Dishes must be washed, food must be disposed of, and pans need to be emptied of all of the remains of the food that you cook to feed your family. However, although you use the kitchen sink each day, you might not know how to maintain it. Because the drain sustains so much use, it's important for you to do what it takes to keep it in the best possible condition.

6 December 2017

2 Reasons To Have Your Drains Cleaned By A Professional

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Clogged drains are a very irritating issue that every homeowner is going to have to deal with at some point, but handling this task on your own can lead to extensive work on your part and the risk of causing damage to your plumbing system. Listed below are just two of the many reasons to have drain cleaning service clean your drains for you. Some Clogs Are Beyond Your Reach A major reason to have a drain cleaning service clean your drains on your behalf is that some clogs can be well beyond your reach.

6 December 2017

3 Important Things To Do While Waiting For Your Plumber

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Are you about to move into your first home? Do you know what to do if you have an issue with your plumbing? If you've always lived with your parents, in a dorm, or with roommates, you might never have had to personally deal with any plumbing issues in the past. Now that you're going to be taking care of a home yourself, you'll need to know what to do in the event of a plumbing emergency.

2 December 2017

Clogged Drain? Try Clearing The P-Trap

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When one of your home's sinks is not draining properly, it's possible that the problem is located inside the p-trap. It is common to have clogs in the p-trap since heavy debris can rest along the bottom and cause problems with how water flows out of the drain. Before you call a local plumber, you could try clearing the p-trap on your own to see if it fixes the problem:

29 November 2017

No Water In Your Bathroom Sink? It Could Be Low Water Pressure

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If the faucets in your bathroom sink suddenly quit working, you may think it's clogged or broken. You could actually have a problem with the pressure in your plumbing pipes. If the inside your plumbing pipes decrease, it can keep water from flowing through them. Here are more details about the pressure in your pipes and how you can fix it: What Are the Causes of Low Water Pressure? Plumbing pipes require a certain amount of pressure to transport water from one place to another.

29 November 2017

Addressing Clogs In Your Water Softener

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If you have a water softener, then you can expect your system to work well for months on end with very few issues. While this is true, you may run into an issue now and again. There are a few common problems that may crop up, and the blockage of the system is one of them. Keep reading to learn how you can fix this sort of issue:  Break Up The Salt

28 November 2017

Solve Your Drain Cleaning Issues For Good

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Most homeowners may argue that drain cleaning is something that they hate to do. Drains that are not clean often cause overflow problems and then you will have to contact a plumber to provide you with drain cleaning services. The drain that is often clogged the most or that has slow water flows are the drains in the bathroom. The kitchen sink may also follow closely. The bathroom's drain clogs because of hair and builds up from soap residue.

28 November 2017

How Do Pex Manifolds Work?

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Pex pipe is a flexible type of pipe that is easier for amateur plumbers to use because of its simplicity. It is not rigid as more conventional types of pipe such as galvanized, copper, and CPVC so that it can change direction without the use of connection fittings. Because of this quality, it's possible to run a supply line of Pex pipe directly from the main supply line of the home to each individual faucet and other plumbing components in the home.

28 November 2017

What To Do When Your Toilet Keeps Running

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A running toilet is just bad news. Imagine the amount of water that you are wasting over time if the problem is not addressed as soon as possible. This is the reason why it is so important to get right to the heart of the matter the moment that you start noticing the signs. Here are some things that you can do that should help you get that running toilet fixed:

28 November 2017