Natural Gas: What To Expect When Making The Switch

10 July 2018
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While 50 percent of the nation relies on natural gas to heat their homes, natural gas is still not yet available everywhere. This is especially true in rural areas, although of course, the natural gas industry is always working on expanding. Much of the Northeast relies on heating oil, while parts of the Midwest are using propane. The South still relies heavily on electricity for their heating needs. Because natural gas is substantially less expensive than heating oil, propane, and electricity, most people want to make the conversion once natural gas is available in their area. Read More 

Plumbing Info You Will Find Helpful

20 June 2018
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When it comes to your home's plumbing, it's always a good feeling knowing you can call out a plumber for serious issues. However, if you happen to live in a rural area or you have a plumbing issue at a time when many other people are also having troubles, then you may find yourself needing to make do until a plumber can get to you. This article will help to give you information to help prevent some major issues from happening in the first place and provide you with tips on dealing with emergency issues on your own until help can arrive. Read More 

4 Plumbing Maintenance Tips To Prevent Household Hazards And Costly Repairs

28 May 2018
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Household plumbing needs maintenance like other mechanical systems installed in your home. There are some plumbing maintenance tasks that must be done to prevent hazards. Some of the things that need to be done include inspection of your water heater and repairing leaks. When this maintenance gets neglected, it can lead to hazardous conditions and water damage that is often costly to repair. Here are some plumbing maintenance tips to help prevent hazards in your home and costly repairs: Read More 

Three Common Plumbing Questions From Homeowners

4 May 2018
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If there is one aspect of the home that leaves a homeowner a bit confused, it is definitely the plumbing. So much of the plumbing is out of sight, with pipes being underground or behind walls, that it's hard to know exactly what is going on in them. Here are some common questions homeowners may have when it comes to their home's plumbing. How Can You Fix A Dishwasher Clog? Read More 

3 Compelling Reasons To Have Your Home’s Drains And Pipes Professionally Cleaned On A Regular Basis

16 April 2018
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If you're not already relying on a plumber to clean your drains and pipes on a regular basis, it's time to consider scheduling your first appointment. Following are just a few good reasons to have your home's drains and pipes regularly cleaned by a professional: Save Money on Tools and Resources Throwing a store-bought drain cleaner down your drains won't effectively clean the dirt and debris from all your pipes, so to do an efficient job you'll need access to a variety of specialty tools and resources. Read More