Four Ways To Prevent Toilet Issues

Posted on: 24 February 2017

Having your toilet overflow, stop flushing, or begin leaking is never good. If you don't want to have to make an emergency call to the plumber at 4 am, then it's worth your while to take a few preventative steps to prevent future toilet issues. Here are are some tips to get you started. Check inside the toilet tank about once a month. Every few weeks, take the lid off your toilet tank and take a quick look around.
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3 Signs That It's Time To Have Your Septic Tank Pumped

Posted on: 18 January 2017

The septic tank isn't something that you probably think much about, but this does not mean that it should be ignored completely. Periodically—depending on the size of your septic tank, the size of your family, and how heavily your family creates wastewater—it's important to have your septic tank pumped by a professional that has a vacuum truck for this purpose. These are a few signs that it might be time to have your septic tank pumped.
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Three Tips for Maintaining Your Water Heater

Posted on: 16 January 2017

Properly maintaining your water heater can significantly increase its life span, yet it's easy to overlook upkeep. Maintaining your water heater will reduce the occurrence of costly breakdowns, improve efficiency, increase safety, and ensure that your water is at the appropriate temperature. To top things off, you need to perform maintenance only once a year to keep your water heater in tip-top condition. Here are three tips for keeping your water heater running smoothly.
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How You Can Stop A Faucet From Constantly Dripping Water

Posted on: 19 December 2016

The dripping sound of a leaky faucet has been used as a comedy backdrop in countless movies over the years, but it isn't so funny when one keeps you awake at night. The main reason a faucet will leak is because a washer inside one of the handles for the hot and cold water has worn down and it no longer seals the valve seat. The pressure in the water line forces water through the seat and out of the faucet.
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