Problems With Your Plumbing? 3 Signs You Could Have Leaky Pipes

Posted on: 6 July 2016

One of the problems with water leaks is that you don't always know you have one until the damage has been done. For instance, if you have a small leak in a water pipe that's located inside your walls, you might not know you have a leak until the sheetrock is destroyed and you have mold growing in your home. Once you see the problem, you're facing serious problems and costly repairs.
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You Bought Your First Home: 2 Emergency Plumbing Problems You Should Watch Out For

Posted on: 6 July 2016

If you just bought your first home, you might not be aware of all the maintenance it's going to require. Unfortunately, that maintenance can seem like a never ending task after a while. One of the tasks that you'll need to keep up on will be the plumbing. One minor issue with your plumbing can quickly snowball into a major dilemma. This is particularly true of pipe issues. If you develop problems with those, you could be looking at a major plumbing emergency.
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Pros And Cons Of A Heat Pump Water Heater

Posted on: 6 July 2016

All water heaters provide a heating source for water passing through your main lines. Some heat that water only when you "call" for the water at one of the home's faucets while others keep a storage tank of heated water at the ready. There are also a variety of methods of heating the water including electric, oil, gas, and thermal heat. A heat pump water heater has a storage tank heated by heat taken from the surrounding air.
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Living Without A Water Heater

Posted on: 5 July 2016

The hot water heater was not always an integral part of life. Several generations back, a bath meant heating water on the stove and pouring it into a tin tub. Now we are used to stepping into the shower and having a delightfully warm stream of water embrace our bodies. Then comes the morning when the water heater blows up. You may have to wait a day or two to have it fixed or replaced.
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