Sorting Out Your Own Plumbing Issues

Learn What PLUMBER Really Stands for and Keep Your Plumbing in Great Shape

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You want to make sure you do all you can to keep your plumbing in excellent shape. Remembering the information below will prove to be very good for your home’s plumbing system. P – Pay attention to the warning signs You should always be on the lookout for signs that there are possible problems with your plumbing. New sounds such as rattles, drips, bangs, whistles, and growls can indicate problems. Also, suddenly flooding toilets and drains that appear to be clogging more often can mean trouble.…

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Should You Switch From Septic To Sewer?

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If your city or county has recently offered to put you and your neighbors on the public sewage system after an expansion takes place, how can you know whether switching is a good idea? Read on to learn more about the advantages (and disadvantages) of transitioning from a private septic system to a public sewer system, as well as what you should do to dispose of your septic tank if you do decide to make the switch.…

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Fixing Your Own Leaking Bathroom Sink

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If you close the stopper in your bathroom sink, but it still won’t hold water, it could be a worn stopper or simply an adjustment problem. If you’re uncomfortable doing plumbing work, a local plumbing services company can quickly fix this problem for you. But if you’re handy with a few household tools, this may be a DIY plumbing project that you can do yourself. Tools You’ll Need flat-blade screwdriver channel-lock pliers a couple of old rags Removing the Pop-Up Stopper…

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