3 Ways To Get The Most Of Your Furnace Performance

30 December 2016
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So much of the energy in your home is accounted for by your heating and cooling system. When winter arrives and you want to stay as warm as you can, heating maintenance and repairs are of the highest level of importance. To be sure that you are doing right by your furnace, apply these guidelines below and find the help of a contractor that can also assist you with these heating repairs. Read More 

How To Retrieve Christmas Gifts That Have Fallen Into Your Sink Drain

29 December 2016
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Whether it's someone trying on a new pair of earrings or a child playing with small Christmas gifts over (or in) the bathroom sink, it is not unreasonable to assume that some new item may take a plunge down the sink drain. However, if it occurs, all is not lost. Quick thinking, a little bit of effort, and a tolerance for handling slimy and smelly water will allow the item to be saved by removing and cleaning the sink trap. Read More 

How To Prepare Your Plumbing For Winter

29 December 2016
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Your home's plumbing is an integral part of your everyday life, but the freezing winter weather can cause the water within your plumbing system to freeze, which can cause pipes to burst. This can cause severe water damage and promote mold and mildew growth, which can be expensive and complicated to clean up. Thankfully, there are a number of things that you can do to ensure that your plumbing stays in good working order until the temperature warms up once again. Read More 

Drain Cleaning Services To Help With Flooding Problems

29 December 2016
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Problems with the drainage around your home can cause serious plumbing problems. In some homes, features like storm drains and basement plumbing may be connected. Flooding that causes blockage can lead many different problems. Here are some of the problems that a sewer cleaning service will be able to help you with when you have drainage problems. 1. Storm Drainage Backing Up into Sewer Lines of Your Home Storm drains are often connected to sewage systems. Read More 

Why Does Your Bathroom Sink Drain Smell Terrible?

28 December 2016
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You expect the bad odors in the bathroom to come from the toilet. So when the sink drain starts giving off noxious smells, it's normal to be a bit alarmed. Rest assured that this is a common problem. In most cases, you can take care of it yourself or your plumber will be able to fix it within a few hours. Here's a look at the possible causes of stinky bathroom sink drains and what you can do about them. Read More