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Do-It-Yourself Plumbing

How to Unclog Your Bath Drain

Most people take one, if not two showers a day, and there’s a few things they expect when they take a shower or bath: hot water, clean towels and a tub drain that doesn’t suffer from a blockage.   When it comes to addressing a slow-draining bathtub drain, there are

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Knowing When to Call a Plumber

When you become a homeowner, you are no longer in the role of a “renter.” As a renter, you may have been quick to call the landlord and report a kitchen sink clog or a broken garbage disposal, but something happens when you sign on the dotted line on that

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How to Extend the Life of Your Garbage Disposal

Most of can agree that it’s really nice to have a working garbage disposal. It makes it so much easier to clean up after cooking a big meal and it makes loading the dishwasher or washing dishes a painless process. While we may view garbage disposals as “modern conveniences,” they’re

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Why Does My Bathroom Smell Like Sewage?

You walk into your bathroom and noticed the smell of sewage coming from somewhere, but you don’t know where. You look around and the bathroom is sparkling clean, can you be imagining things? You walk over to the sink and lean down, but you don’t smell anything. You then look

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Why Does My Toilet Rock Back and Forth?

Do you have a toilet that’s rocking back and forth? Would you describe your toilet as “wobbly”? Are you worried that your toilet tank may start leaking on the bathroom floor because your rocking toilet moves so much? If so, will the entire wobbly toilet need to be replaced, or

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How to Unclog a Kitchen Sink

Do you have a clogged kitchen sink drain and are not sure what to do? Homeowners have used many different methods to remove the clogs in kitchen sinks for years. Whether on the side with a garbage disposal or the regular sink drain side, some homeowners may use baking soda,

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Water Conservation Tips for Winter Months

December has come and gone, and January is nearing a close. February will be accompanied with more frigid temperatures before March comes and the ground begins to thaw out to make way for spring. In the middle of winter, what more does any family want than to be nice, cozy,

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Plumbing Resolutions for 2015

How Your Family Can Save This Year The New Year is the time to make resolutions and enact the changes that you’d like to see moving forward. While some of the most common resolutions involve getting in shape, spending less money, and eliminating debt, there are a few less common

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How to Fix a Leaky Pipe

Sometimes a leaky pipe can be a quick fix that doesn’t call for a professional plumber. Other times, a leak can mean something serious. If you notice that your water bill is higher than usual or you hear running water even when all faucets are off, it might indicate that

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