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3 Things You Need To Know About Submersible Well Pumps As A New Well Owner

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If you invest in a remote property or home, there is a pretty good chance that the only access to water you will have available will be from a private well. Learning the ins and outs of well function and operation may seem overwhelming at first, but if you can get to know just the basics if your submersible well pump, you will be much more equipped as a new well owner.…

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Signs That It Is Time For You To Call In A Professional Plumber

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As a homeowner, it is imperative to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that tell you that it is time to call in a professional plumber in your area. To help you with this, simply take a few moments to review the following points. You Are Noticing Water Stains If you are starting to notice water stains on the ceiling or wall in a room and that area is near the kitchen or a bathroom, you will want to give a plumber a call.…

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Three Questions And Answers About Water Heater Maintenance

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A home’s water heater can be an essential part of the plumbing system. However, there are many homeowners that may not have the experience or knowledge needed to adequately care for this part of the plumbing system. To help you ensure that your home continues to have a steady and reliable supply of hot water, you might need to consider the following answers to a few common water heater maintenance questions.…

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Clogged Again? How To Avoid Three Common Clogs

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Clogged drains are no laughing matter. Even a small clog can be tough to get rid of. Once you have a stubborn clog, you either have to use harsh chemicals to get things flowing again, or you have to contact a plumber. Luckily, there are some actions you can take to stop clogs from happening in the first place. Here are some suggestions that will help you avoid common clogs.…

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What You Can Do To Maintain Your Water Heater

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Although your water heater may be tucked away in the corner of your basement or garage, it is undoubtedly one of the most important appliances in your entire house.  Few things can throw a monkey wrench in your day like realizing that your water heater has gone out, since you’ll likely be relegated to taking cold showers until the repair person is able to come out to resolve the issue.  However, a few maintenance measures may be sufficient enough to keep your water heater in good working condition.…

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Odor No More: Ways To Make Portable Restrooms Smell Better

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If you are planning a party or event, a portable toilet is a convenient way to ensure you have enough facilities for guests. The problem is that some may worry about the odors that can accompany a porta-potty at a busy function. There are many ways to keep your portable restroom smelling fresh and sweet, and also some tips to make it more alluring for guests and visitors. Some ways to make your porta-potty smell better are:…

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Simple Plumbing Repairs And Renovations That Will Improve Your Daily Life

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If you are struggling with some common plumbing issues, there are some simple and affordable repairs that can improve the quality of your everyday life. Whether you suffer from poor-tasting tap water or enough room to get ready in the bathroom, why put up with it another day? Talk to home improvement retailers and plumbing contractors about resolving these problems and getting the most from the taps and sinks in your home.…

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Keeping Your Bar Patrons Relieved By Keeping On Top Of Urinal Care

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If you just opened a bar or lounge and you have urinals in your men’s room, chances are they will be receiving a lot of usage since you are in the business of serving alcoholic beverages. Taking care of your bar’s urinals is an important task if you wish to keep them working properly, avoiding unnecessary downtime and repair as a result. Here are some tips you can use to keep your bar’s urinals in the best of shape for your customers.…

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What To Do About A Kitchen Sink With Frequent Clogs

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Does your kitchen sink clog frequently for no apparent reason? Have you bought the right kind of sink plunger and that still provides little assistance? The clog might be deeper down the line, which requires more heavy-duty tools. Below are a few ideas you can try to remove those clogs from your kitchen sink and to prevent the clogs from happening so frequently in the future. Buy A Drain Auger…

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Water Heaters: Temperature/Pressure Relief Valve And Safety

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Temperature/Pressure Relief (TPR) valves are usually installed in water heaters to help prevent explosions. They do this by providing a way out for hot water and steam. Doing so usually decreases pressure in the heating system and as a result reduces the chances of heater explosions. Given the importance of the role that these valves play, it is important for every homeowner to ensure that they are in good shape at all times.…

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