Making Wise Plumbing Decisions

Why You Should Hire A Clogged Drain Service Instead Of Trying To Deal With A Drain Clog Yourself

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If you have one or more clogged drains in your home, you might be ready to try to tackle the problem on your own. After all, you might assume that the drain clog will be pretty easy to deal with. However, hiring a clogged drain service is probably going to be the best decision for these reasons and more. You Might Not Have the Right Equipment to Deal With Clogs on Your Own Read More»

How To Determine A Drain Clog Location

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A clogged drain will cause sewage and water backups in your home, which in turn can lead to major biological hazards and water damage. It’s important to locate a clog quickly so that the drain can be cleaned out and repaired. Single Fixture Examples of a single-affected fixture include toilet backups or single sinks that are slow to drain.  When only one fixture is affected, you can rest assured that the clog is likely somewhere in the drain line just below the fixture. Read More»

Tips for Plumbers Buying Sewer Cameras for Inspections

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If you’re a plumber, you need to constantly innovate your practice so that you can always provide useful services to customers. One piece of equipment that’s becoming standard for pipe inspection is sewer cameras. If you believe this product can help your plumbing operations, buy using the right protocol. Go With Large Tablet Screen After inserting one of these specialty cameras inside a residential client’s sewer lines, you’ll receive video feedback on a tablet screen. Read More»

Repair or Replace? What to Do With Your Water Heater

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Although many water heaters can last anywhere from 10 to 15 years on average, at some point, you’ll have to decide between whether or not you want to pay for a water heater repair or have it simply replaced altogether. They can be a difficult decision, especially considering that a new water heater can cost at least a couple thousand dollars, so it’s not one that you should take lightly. Below are a few questions you can ask yourself to help make the right decision. Read More»

Something Wrong With Your Water Heater? A Plumber Can Help

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When you turn on the hot water tap, you expect the water to warm up. Your water heater is responsible for this task. An electric water heater provides you with a lot of comfort, at least when it’s working correctly. So, what happens when your water heater is not working? A plumber may be the key to restoring hot water when your electric water heater simply isn’t meeting your standards. Read More»