Calling For Help: When To Know It's Time To Call For A Plumber

Posted on: 16 November 2016

While a burst pipe spewing water all over your living room is a clear indication that you need to call a plumber, sometimes the plumbing situation can be unclear. If you have a plumbing problem, it's possible you can wait to have it repaired. While a leaky faucet may be annoying, it isn't worth the cost of calling in an emergency plumber. If your house is getting ruined because of a leak, you'll need to stop it quickly.
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3 Simple Fixes for Air Conditioner Problems That Anyone Can Tackle

Posted on: 14 November 2016

Your air conditioner is one of those things in your home that you likely don't spend a lot of time thinking about but will immediately notice when something goes wrong. If it's the middle of the summer and your A/C suddenly isn't doing its job, your first instinct might be to call an air conditioning repair service. While that's not a bad idea, you might want to take some preliminary steps yourself to make sure the problem isn't simple enough to solve on your own.
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What Can You Do To Protect Your Plumbing At Christmastime?

Posted on: 11 November 2016

Christmastime is such a hectic time of the year that it's important to do everything you can to avoid problems and anything that will take extra money from your wallet. Overlooking your plumbing system is easy to do, but if you give it a bit of attention, you can enjoy time with family members and friends without having to worry about trouble. Here are some things to do as the season gets underway.
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It Won't Go Down! 3 Clog Removal Methods You Shouldn't Try

Posted on: 25 July 2016

If you have a clogged drain, you're probably hoping you can take care of it without calling a plumber. Unfortunately, most clogs are going to need professional help. This is particularly true if you already tried a plumber without success. Before you move on to the next do-it-yourself clog removal method, take a look at three methods you should never try. Wire Clothes Hangers Your bathroom sink is clogged. You see a wire coat hanger in the closet and decide to use it to knock the clog out.
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