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Spring Plumbing Maintenance Tips

Spring Plumbing Maintenance Tips

Spring is a time for lots of things, and most of them have to do with fresh starts, new beginnings, and plain ol’ rejuvenation.

Where we can be helpful is to provide you with some timely tips to help make sure your household plumbing is ready for the spring. By doing a little spring plumbing (detective) work now, you’ll have much more time to enjoy the beautiful weather that surely lies just around the corner. Read more

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Plumbing Maintenance Tips

Spot and resolve small plumbing problems before they become major issues at home.

Plumbing. It’s been with us since Roman times, but today’s homes have a lavish supply of hot and cold water on demand, thanks to modern plumbing systems. The principles are simple — pressure and valves — but if they fail, the household may be faced with a soggy mess. When this happens, act quickly to avert major problems.
Smart homeowners know how to spot and resolve small plumbing problems before they become major issues. Help your plumbing stay dry and happy with these tips:
Keep an eye out for trouble. When it comes to plumbing, little leaks can lead to big problems. Be alert to signs of impending plumbing failures: Leaking faucets, damp cabinets, rocking toilets or dripping refrigerators all signal problems that need prompt attention.

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Preventive Maintenance To Avoid Clogged Pipes & Other Problems

Preventive Maintenance To Avoid Clogged Pipes & Other Problems

Plumbing

Preventive maintenance helps keep your plumbing in working order, so you can avoid costly repairs. Here are a few ways to avoid plumbing problems:
• Check Under Sinks for Moisture or Small Leaks • Clear Overflow Holes on Tubs and Vanities
• Repair Leaky Faucets Immediately • Clean Faucet Aerators Annually

Toilets

Check your toilet for leaks at least once a year by adding a small amount of red food coloring to the tank. Later, if the toilet bowl water is red, that means there’s a leak and you need to replace the tank ball. Read more