What To Do When Your Well Pump Stops Pumping Water

24 November 2020
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Homes that use well water may have one of several different well pump systems, but a failure of the pump in any case can be challenging to deal with. Working with a well repair company is often the best option, but there are some things you can check to ensure that you need well repair. Check the Power One of the first things you need to check if your well pump stops working is the power to the pump. Read More 

How to Avoid Three Common Causes of Plumbing Issues

28 October 2020
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Plumbing issues in the home such as clogs in a kitchen sink can disrupt dishwashing and food preparation. In the bathroom, clogs in the sink, shower drain, and toilet also cause undesirable disruptions to bathroom usage. Below are some of the common causes of plumbing issues and simple ways to avoid them. Food Waste Particles in Kitchen Sink Drains Although it is tempting to pour greasy food waste or oil down the drain, grease and oil can eventually cool down and solidify. Read More 

Three Reasons For A Venting Error On Your Tankless Water Heater

30 September 2020
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A tankless water heater needs two types of venting—air intake for combustion, and exhaust for evacuating heat and gasses after combustion occurs. The water heater will have a power vent system, which intakes air from indoors but vents outdoors, or a direct vent system that pulls in outside air as well as venting outside. If you have errors that occur with the water heater due to vent issues, the type of venting along with one of the following three causes is likely the root of the problem. Read More 

Understanding The Difference Between Hydrojetting And Snaking A Sewer Line

28 August 2020
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Do you have a clog in the main drain going out to the main sewer system, and your plumber says that they can either use hydrojetting or snaking to clear the clog? You may be wondering what the differences are between these two methods to clean your sewer line.  Snaking The process of using a sewer snake is one of the most traditional methods that is used to clean a clogged sewer pipe. Read More 

Five Signs That You Need Sewer Pipe Relining

7 July 2020
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A damaged sewer line can pose a health hazard as well as a hazard to your home and landscaping. Fortunately, you can have the pipe relined to remedy the leak once you are aware of the problem. 1. Smelly Yard Have you noticed the odor of rotten eggs, sulfur, or raw sewage when walking across your yard? Sometimes the odor may be strong and persistent, while in other cases you may simply get the occasional whiff. Read More