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Knowing The Signs of Plumbing Trouble

After my house started to smell bad, I assumed that the scent was wafting from my teenager's room. Unfortunately, a careful inspection of the problem didn't turn up any results, so I knew I had a real problem on my hands. I asked a friend to come over to help me to find the source of the smell, and they immediately mentioned the smell of sewer gas. I realized that I needed to work with a professional plumber to get things resolved. I called out an expert, and they talked with me about the common signs of plumbing problems. Check out this blog to learn more yourself.

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At-Home Remedies For A Clogged Drain
31 October 2016

A clogged drain can throw off your entire day. You

How To Replace The Gas Valve On A Gas Hot Water Heater
11 August 2016

If your residential gas water heater isn't heating

Answering Questions About Common Plumbing Issues
3 August 2016

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How To Install A Precast Kitchen Sink
26 July 2016

As you kitchen ages, you will probably upgrade a f

Three Tips To Help Avoid Needing Major Plumbing Repairs
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Plumbing problems can create devastating damages a

At-Home Remedies For A Clogged Drain

A clogged drain can throw off your entire day. You may think that you don't have the knowledge or the time in order to attempt a repair on your own. You don't, however, typically need specialized training or skills to unclog most drains. All you need is a little bit of understanding about how a drain works and a few basic tools in order to get your drains running again.  Read More 

How To Replace The Gas Valve On A Gas Hot Water Heater

If your residential gas water heater isn't heating effectively, replace the gas control valve. The gas control valve controls the flow of gas sending a signal to the pilot light, which heats the thermocouple (temperature sensor) and the burner. A defective valve must be replaced. You can replace the valve yourself, but it involves working around natural gas. Here are some safety precautions and tips to replace a gas control valve on a gas hot water heater. Read More 

Answering Questions About Common Plumbing Issues

Plumbing problems are an issue that almost every homeowner will need to address at some point or another. Yet, it can be easy for individuals to make some routine oversights due to being fairly uninformed about these problems. By having the following couple of questions about plumbing problems answered, you should be in a much better position to make choices about addressing these problems. Why Should You Use A Drain Snake To Remove Clogs? Read More 

How To Install A Precast Kitchen Sink

As you kitchen ages, you will probably upgrade a few elements over the years. For instance, you might make style changes to the room by repainting the cabinets or updating the flooring. These changes can make your other elements look outdated and out of style since they no longer match the rest of your kitchen. If your kitchen sink looks out of date, you should definitely consider changing it. Most kitchens have stainless steel, drop down sinks. Read More 

Three Tips To Help Avoid Needing Major Plumbing Repairs

Plumbing problems can create devastating damages and serious disruptions to a home. While there are steps that homeowners can take to help protect themselves against this risk, they may overlook a couple of the more effective options for this task. By making it a point to follow these three tips, you can help ensure that your plumbing avoids some routine sources of problems. Invest In Pipe Insulation The winter months can bring brutally cold temperatures, and it can be fairly common for homeowners to discover that their pipes have frozen following a particularly cold period. Read More