Why Is My Kitchen Sink Gurgling?

Gurgling sounds indicate that there is a severe problem with your kitchen sink. Since the kitchen has one of the most commonly used drains in your home, it is vulnerable to more damage, wear and tear, and exposure to substances that clog it over time. These substances include food items, scraps, blobs of grease, and […]

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3 Ways To Determine The Gravity Of A Plumbing Disaster

Plumbing disasters don’t come with a blaring announcement. Instead, they often pile up in the form of smaller, almost negligible faults in your plumbing system that occur over time. You might notice some of these faults, but others will be subtle enough to avoid detection, leading to a huge plumbing disaster down the line.

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How To Prevent Grease Buildup In Your Kitchen Drain

The kitchen is the heart of your home, all the conversation and laughter that take place in it, and the place where you satisfy your appetite. However, several not appetizing items can find their way into your kitchen sink: globs of oil, fat, and grease being some of them. These items will eventually clog your […]

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Plumber Recommended Steps for Fixing a Leaky Faucet

If you’re tired of the hammering sound of water dripping down the faucet in your bathroom, it’s time that you get up and do some DIY magic. Leaking faucets aren’t just annoying because of their sound, but they can also significantly add to your monthly water bills. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), an […]

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Common Water Line Problems That Require Immediate Repair or Replacement

The fresh water line in your home serves as a lifeline for you and your family. It’s horrible to even imagine waking up one day to no water supply at all. It won’t just add to the costs of drinking water that you will now have to purchase, but it will also sabotage your daily routine […]

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Tips to Make Your Residential Plumbing Last Long

Every component in your home is a cashable asset that holds some market value, and the plumbing system is no exception.

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3 Signs Your Residential Plumbing Pipes Are Wearing Out

If your residential pipes are made of: Copper, they’re supposed to last 50+ years Cast iron, they’re supposed to last 75 to 100 years. Galvanized steel, they’re supposed to last 20 to 50 years. PVC, they’re supposed to last forever! And if they don’t last as long as these guidelines, you might have a problem on […]

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What Factors Affect Gas Line Pressure?

What Factors Affect Gas Line Pressure? It’s a Sunday afternoon. You wake up at 11 o’clock, open your fridge to get cereal and milk, when you have an epiphany: “It’s the weekend! Why don’t I make myself some fluffy, delicious pancakes using the family recipe, (or maybe the one I saw on YouTube the other day)?”

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Everything You Need To Know About Sewer Line Clogs

Everything You Need To Know About Sewer Line Clogs Your home’s sewer line carries wastewater away from sinks, toilets, showers, and every other water drainage point. It’s located underneath the property and connects to the municipal sewer. While it serves a critical function that is usually seamlessly executed, problems do occur, and when they do, […]

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Fixing A Broken Pipe Inside The Wall

Over time, the pipes in your home’s plumbing system become susceptible to damage caused by corrosion and ordinary wear and tear. And if not fixed right away, the damage can build up, resulting in flooding. Weak or loose pipes can rupture and burst open, wreaking havoc.

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