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4 Common Plumbing Problems in Commercial Buildings

4 Common Plumbing Problems in Commercial Buildings

January 21, 2021

Is your office’s toilet clogged, and you’re unsure how to address it without disrupting everyone’s day? We’ve been there! Research has shown that the plumber industry has experienced average growth from 2015 to 2020, with the total revenue increasing from 0.4 percent annually to reach $107.3 billion.

Everything Homeowners Should Know About A Hose Bib

Everything Homeowners Should Know About A Hose Bib

December 21, 2020

Hose bibs are an integral part of the household. They’re what makes your washing, gardening, car washing, and life easier. They’re responsible for the sprinkler fun you have with your kids in the garden. They’re what allows running water outside your house with complete ease. In most cases, they’re attached to the side of the …

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Water Heater Repair And Maintenance For Winter

Water Heater Repair And Maintenance For Winter

December 14, 2020

We’re near the end of fall season and before you know it winter will set in. It’s the perfect time to have all repair and maintenance tasks done to keep your water heater running smoothly through the winter. You don’t want to be dealing with water heater issues once the temperatures have reached subzero degrees …

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Qualities to Look For While Hiring A Plumber

Qualities to Look For While Hiring A Plumber

December 10, 2020

Finding a reliable plumber nowadays is challenging and you need to consider many things before making the call. Here are Qualities to Look For While Hiring A Plumber:

Plumbing Issues To Expect During Winter

Plumbing Issues To Expect During Winter

December 7, 2020

Winters are a busy time for families in Reno. It’s a popular time for families to come visit, throw parties and have get-togethers . However, the harsh winters in Reno take a toll on your home’s plumbing system and can lead to plumbing emergencies amongst all these festivities, which is less than idea. As a …

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Why You Should Upgrade to High-Efficiency Toilets

Why You Should Upgrade to High-Efficiency Toilets

November 16, 2020

High-efficiency toilets are also known as low-flow toilets. As the name suggests, low-flush toilets use less water than full-flush toilets per flush. Specifically, the former use fewer than 1.3 gallons of water per flush, and the latter use more than 1.6 gallons.

Most Common Reasons For Noisy Pipes

Most Common Reasons For Noisy Pipes

November 10, 2020

You know the moment you turn on the taps and your entire house erupts into the chorus of rattling sounds. Here are the most common reasons for noisy pipes:

3 Tips for Dealing With the Most Common Plumbing Noises

3 Tips for Dealing With the Most Common Plumbing Noises

November 9, 2020

Strange sounds are typically a bad omen. Plumbing problems are also associated with a specific set of sounds, like whistling or rumbling. Of course, these sounds aren’t a prerequisite of plumbing issues (hissing may indicate a snake problem too…). If snakes and other intruders are absent, though, the sounds could be coming from the pipes …

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Should You Use Chemical Drain Cleaners?

Should You Use Chemical Drain Cleaners?

November 2, 2020

Chemical drain cleaners are alkaline or acidic mixtures that people typically use to remove soft blockages, like grease, from drains. They’re affordable and more convenient than calling someone to clean the drains out. The trade-off for that convenience and affordability is that their alkaline and acidic properties can harm pipes and you. Here’s how.

What is a Backflow Prevention System & How Does It Work?

What is a Backflow Prevention System & How Does It Work?

October 2, 2020

According to the World Health Organization, the consumption of contaminated water results in thousands of diarrheal deaths each year. This dirty water may result from toxins present in the irrigation system or the lack of an appropriate water supply infrastructure. But, another major cause of greywater supply in pipelines is backflow.

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