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Your Sewer Line May Need Regular Snaking for Safety

A single slow sink or toilet backup doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ve got a sewer line problem. However, if you’re plunging frequently or dealing with odors from a floor drain, there’s a good possibility that your sewer line is in trouble. Sewer Technology Has Changed In the past, if you had a problem with your […]

4 Precautions to Take Before Water Heater Repair

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A noise, leak, or smell tells you your water heater is not running. Sadly, it’s the only time your water heater may get your full attention. If the issue leads to the water heater, there are some precautions you should follow. 1. Turn the Power Off Does electricity or gas power your water heater? For […]

Basic Plumbing Safety: Dos and Don’ts to Keep in Mind

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Indoor plumbing makes life convenient and comfortable. You don’t need to go outside to fetch water or boil water when you want to bathe. To ensure that your plumbing remains functional and to keep safety hazards at bay, follow these plumbing safety dos and don’ts. Do Have Your Plumbing Inspected Regularly Plumbing inspections are highly […]

5 Early Signs of a Damaged Gas Line You Can’t Ignore

Blue flames on gas stove burner

Properly regulated gas is an efficient and clean fuel for heating your home, water, or running your stove. However, when there’s a problem with the line, that gas becomes unregulated and incredibly dangerous. Consider these signs that you have a damaged gas line that needs immediate repair. 1. The Obvious Signs: A Gas Leak Almost […]