Had A Pipe Burst In Your Basement? What You Should Do Next

Posted on: 16 December 2016

When winter hits and the weather gets cold, you may not always be fully prepared for a sudden extreme cold snap that can cause serious plumbing problems in your house. However, if the unthinkable happens and the cold weather freezes your pipes and one or more pipes burst in your basement as a result, you may find yourself wondering what you can and should do in the aftermath of the burst pipe.
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Drain-Cleaning and -Care Tips for New Homeowners

Posted on: 15 December 2016

Drain problems are something that most homeowners must learn to address at some point in time. Unfortunately, these issues can disrupt life inside your home, but you may find that this is a simpler issue to address once you start to incorporate these drain-maintenance tips. Flush the Drains After Each Time You Wash a Large Number of Dishes When you wash a large number of dishes, it can be easy for food particles, grease, and other substances to find their way in the drain system.
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What You Can Do to Maintain Clear Drains in Your Home

Posted on: 14 December 2016

The importance of keeping your drains clear typically doesn't arise until you realize that yours have become clogged up.  It's at that moment when you realize that you should have been taking steps along the way to prevent the occurrence.  Rather than waiting until you're in a plumbing emergency, use this information to learn more about two tips that can assist you in keeping the drains in your home free of blockages.
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Getting Ready For Winter: Maintaining Your Heating System

Posted on: 13 December 2016

As the cold weather gets closer, it's time to have your furnace serviced. With good maintenance, you can extend the life of your furnace and improve your heating system's efficiency. If you wait until you are dependent on your heating system to stay warm, you may discover that your system needs a major repair. Taking care of the issue ahead of time will decrease the chance of needing an emergency repair on your system.
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