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What it Means to Have a Repipe Performed in Your Home

October 15, 2021 1136 Views

Home repiping is a way of restoring a plumbing system so that it functions best. But what is repiping, and why is it needed in the first place? In this article, we’ll go over the basics of repiping so that you can be prepared for this home project. What is a Repipe? Repiping is when … Continue reading “What it Means to Have a Repipe Performed in Your Home”

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Dealing With Constant Leaks in Your Pipes

October 1, 2021 553 Views

As homeowners, we deal with a leaky pipe once in a while. But if your pipes are constantly leaking, then you might have a bigger issue going on. So what’s causing your pipe leaks- and how can you solve the problem for good? Read on to get the answers. Common Causes of Leaky Pipes Leaky … Continue reading “Dealing With Constant Leaks in Your Pipes”

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Let’s Debunk Some Common Plumbing Myths

September 15, 2021 645 Views

Plumbing plays a crucial role in your home. However, many of us don’t know how to keep our plumbing systems healthy. We see similar plumbing issues amongst our homeowners as we make our plumbing repairs, which means that many people are making similar mistakes with their pipes. Below, we’ll share the most common plumbing myths … Continue reading “Let’s Debunk Some Common Plumbing Myths”

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Back to School Plumbing Checklist

September 1, 2021 813 Views

While the kids are home during summer vacation, it can be difficult to maintain the home. Now that school is once again in session, it is the perfect time to start taking care of home repairs and routine maintenance. That is why we put together a back-to-school plumbing checklist, of plumbing maintenance that tend to … Continue reading “Back to School Plumbing Checklist”

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Why It Is Important to Use a Licensed Plumbing Company

August 1, 2021 1787 Views

Plumbing is a skilled trade, that requires knowledge of water, sewer, and gas lines within a single or multi-dwelling home all the way up to commercial properties involving school buildings, hotels, etc. When a plumbing concern does arise at your home it is crucial that you hire a licensed plumbing professional/company as they will have … Continue reading “Why It Is Important to Use a Licensed Plumbing Company”

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How to Prepare for Hurricane Season

July 15, 2021 1051 Views

How to Prepare Your Plumbing Before Hurricane Season As Texans, we all know the importance of preparing our homes for hurricane season. However, plumbing is one part of the home that many people forget about. Plumbing issues can be major a concern during storms. Luckily, it is easy to get your pipes ready. Read on … Continue reading “How to Prepare for Hurricane Season”

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Potential Causes for Sewer Line Issues

July 1, 2021 259 Views

A whole house stoppage or a clogged main sewer line is the type of plumbing issue most homeowner’s want to stay away from. Even with proper maintenance, your drain lines can get stopped up. This can lead to sewage or other waste backing up throughout the drain within your home. Your main sewer line is … Continue reading “Potential Causes for Sewer Line Issues”

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Oh No! Is your Toilet Overflowing?

June 15, 2021 105 Views

An overflowing toilet is a problem most people will likely deal with at some point. If your toilet is overflowing, there are steps you should take to help minimize the extent of flood damage. One of the first things that should be done if your toilet is overflowing, is turning off the water to that … Continue reading “Oh No! Is your Toilet Overflowing?”

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Texas heat and how it affects your Drains

June 1, 2021 1596 Views

Clogged Drains: Two common types of clogged drains that start to arise during summer are kitchen sink stoppages and toilet stoppages. During the summer, people tend to have more people over at their homes, either to throw a BBQ or to celebrate holidays like the 4th of July. How does this affect your plumbing you … Continue reading “Texas heat and how it affects your Drains”

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3 Signs There May Be A Gas Leak At Your Home

May 1, 2021 1406 Views

Do you believe there is a gas leak in your home? If so, do not delay in getting your gas line tested for potential leaks. Also make sure to contact your gas provider as soon as you start to believe there is a leak. The reason why your gas provider and a licensed plumbing company … Continue reading “3 Signs There May Be A Gas Leak At Your Home”

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