Professional Plumbing Tips

3 Signs Your Water Heater May Leak

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Water heater leaks are something all homeowners want to avoid. It can cause flooding and serious water damage in a home if it gets out of hand, which can be quite costly and time-consuming to repair and replace. Water heater leaks could happen due to the following reasons:

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Winter Brings Danger of Frozen Pipes

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Winter is here, and temperatures are rapidly dropping. The cold weather brings snow, ice, and the threat of frozen pipes. For homeowners, frozen pipes can be a real pain in the wallet. It's important to conduct routine maintenance to ensure that your pipes aren't at risk of freezing this winter.

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When Is Your Water Filter Really Ready to Be Replaced?

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Water filters are a necessity. Any water line you use for drinking, cooking, and cleaning needs extra tools to ensure that the water you're using has as few toxins and undesirable microbes as possible. However, the traditional filters that come with refrigerators and those that can be added to your sinks are a bit imprecise.

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Importance of Gas Line Maintenance

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Many people dream of owning a home, and fulfilling that dream takes a lot of hard work and sacrifice until the day the realtor hands over the keys into the owner's hands. This was probably your story and the day that you achieved this goal was probably one of the happiest. However, the story does not end there. Homeowners are faced with the responsibility of keeping their home up to code by ensuring that routine maintenance is performed as needed. One of the most important things to maintain is your gas lines. If you are unsure about what to do, here is a quick guide that will help answer some of the questions involved with gas line maintenance. 

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Prevent Hairy Clogs in Your Shower Drain

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Drains channel water through your plumbing system and are very important components overall. Without them, water will go nowhere, standing in basins. While showering and bathing, hair follicles fall and can clog a drain. Nobody likes cleaning hair from a shower drain, so it might remain sitting there, picking up clumps of shampoo, conditioner, and soap, blocking up your drain even more. Eventually, it seems like your shower takes forever to drain. Here are two tips for avoiding the problem altogether:

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