2018

  • Tips for Avoiding Water Damage in Your Home

    Have you ever wondered about basic maintenance tasks that you can do around your home to help avoid the potential for water damage? Are there things you can check to catch a potential hazard in the making before it gets out of hand? Absolutely! In fact, here are a few of those things categorized by plumbing fixtures. Bathtubs and Showers There are several things that you can do to protect your bathroom, and they involve the bathtub and shower.
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  • When To Call A Plumber For Drain Problems

    While there are some drain problems you may be able to handle on your own, there are also some that will require a plumber to fix. The most important thing for you to understand is your abilities. The minute you find there is something wrong that you are unsure of how to proceed, it is time to call in the professionals. In addition, here are a few other situations that you should contact a plumbing service like Newmans Plumbing Service and Repair LLC  to clean your drain.
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  • Avoiding Commercial Plumbing Problems

    Business owners will often be neglectful when it concerns the plumbing of their building. Despite being a critical system, the plumbing can be easy to neglect until major problems start to develop. Becoming informed about the types of issues that will commonly impact commercial plumbing can be an effective use of your energy as it can save you potentially major expensive and disruptions in the future. Regularly Service Your Public Restroom
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  • Three Benefits Of Water Softeners

    Water softeners are a specific type of home water filter that are designed to remove dissolved minerals from your water – known as hard water – that can built into a chalky scale on your water fixtures and within your home's plumbing. These minerals include calcium and magnesium, and their accumulation within your home can cause all sorts of issues. Understanding some of the benefits associated with installing a water softener in your home can help you determine if you should invest in one to deal with your hard water.
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  • Prevent Your Teenager From Killing Your Septic System

    If you have one or more teenagers in the house, then you have more worries regarding your septic tank than many other homeowners. Not only do you need to make sure yourself and the other adults in the house learn what you can and can not do when you have septic, but you also need to convey those things to a teenager, and you need to make sure they pay attention!
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  • 4 Plumbing Improvements To Consider When Remodeling Your Kitchen

    When you are planning on renovating your kitchen, there are a lot of things to consider. There is likely going to need to be work done to the plumbing in your home. While you are doing the remodeling, this is a good time to consider investing in improvements and upgrades. Here are some tips to help with the improvements that you want to do to the plumbing while doing kitchen renovations:
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  • Hose Bibs Broken After Winter Is Over? Call A Professional Plumber For Help

    Hose bibs connect your plumbing to a garden hose and let you water a garden or even wash your car. Unfortunately, these bibs can suffer from damage in the winter. That's why it is so critical to call professionals about this problem if you notice it occurring on your hose bibs. Winter Weather Can Damage Hose Bibs The hose bibs on a home are really easy to ignore when the weather changes.
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  • Drain Cleaning: What You Can See, And What You Cannot

    You think that drain cleaning is just a matter of pulling a few loose strands of hair from the drain, right? You probably also think that a drain cannot become clogged so long as those hairs are removed after every shower. Unfortunately, a lot more goes down the drain than what you typically see as a small mat of hair sitting on top of the drain. Here is more information about what you cannot see in your drain, to encourage you to go beyond just cleaning what you can see.
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  • Three Steps To Take If You Suspect A Sewer Line Blockage

    Blockages in your sewer line can lead to messy and sometimes expensive problems. Diagnosing and repairing the issue early can help prevent sewer lines from bursting as well as other problems. Here are a few steps you can take if you suspect a sewer line blockage. Check All Of Your Fixtures Typically, one slow-moving or blocked drain in the home isn't necessarily a sign of a sewer line blockage. However, if multiple fixtures in the home are affected, there may be a problem with the line.
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