Re-piping 101: How it Works

Plumbing pipes are built to last, but not forever. Years or even decade’s worth of wear and tear weakens your home’s plumbing system and leaves it increasingly prone to damages. Occasional plumbing problems are a normal part of life and can be rectified by contacting qualified plumbers. However, if the problems persist or become extensive, […]

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Is Re-piping your Whole House a Good Idea?

Like all things, plumbing pipes also undergo wear and tear and need repairs from time to time. These repairs counteract the effects of corrosion, rust, and decay but there comes a point when the pipes are unable to function properly. At this point, the risk of floods or severe water damages greatly increases and places […]

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Need to Replace an Old Sewer Line? Here’s What You Need to Know

The idea of replacing your sewer line is not fun at all. However, many of the homes we live in are old. That means they have old sewer lines. All piping ages and your sewer line is no different. It is used consistently every single day with all manner of waste material sent through. Your […]

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Why You Should Opt for a Slab Leak Specialist over a General Plumber

Plumbing issues vary in size, nature and complexity. While some repairs can be dealt with through DIY methods, others can’t be trusted to even a skilled general plumber, requiring a specialist. Slab leaks are one such issue, and if you’re facing one right now, it’s best to call a slab leak specialist instead of a plumber.

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Downspouts for Dummies: Understanding How They Work

Rainfall is an integral part of the climate in Fort Worth and there might be a lot this fall. Rain isn’t always the best thing to happen your home though. That’s why there are measures in place to protect your home from rain damage: gutter systems. Sloped gutter channels direct rainwater to the attached downspouts […]

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3 Key Signs That Indicate a Slab Leak

Slab leaks are one of the most common plumbing problems that take place in households. For those who are unaware, slab leak refers to a burst pipe(s) behind a concrete wall or under the floor. Minor slab leaks are often hard to detect because the damage is either slow to surface or hidden, until it […]

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Toilet Tank Troubles: 3 Things That Can Go Wrong

Your toilet is arguably the most important water fixture in your bathroom. Chances are you’ve never really given it serious thought but try to imagine life without a properly functioning toilet. Seems impossible, doesn’t it? According to the World Toilet Organization, the average person uses a toilet 2,500 times a year. If it were up […]

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5 Common Mistakes You Should Avoid When Using Your Dishwasher

Your dishwasher is a lifesaver. Instead of spending all your free time at the kitchen sink with sponge and silverware in hand, you can while it away on Instagram. There are right and wrong ways to use it though. For instance, you should wash your dishwasher-safe materials in a hot washing and drying cycle. If […]

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Tree Root Invasion in Your Commercial Plumbing Pipes

Even when your commercial plumbing pipes seem to be running fine, and you don’t see anything wrong with them, deep down they could be in the grips of growing trouble.

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Rust in the Water – What It Means For Your Plumbing System

Has the water in your home gone from clear and clean to brown and dirty? You may have noticed the tap water leaving red, brown, or yellow stains on your toilet bowl and plumbing fixtures. The water’s rusty. This can be a common experience for families that have been away for a week or two […]

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