Noisy Pipes: What Do They Mean?

Are noisy pipes cause for concern? They certainly can be. Your plumbing is the kind of thing you don’t really think about too much until there’s an issue – then it can be difficult to think about anything else. Fortunately though, your plumbing system has ways of telling you about problems so you can deal […]

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Hard Water: Important Things To Know

Did you know that 85% of the US has hard water? Based on this statistic, it’s a pretty safe bet that the area you live in has hard water, too. Is Hard Water Bad? You might be wondering, what even is hard water? Water classified as “hard” contains large quantities of the minerals calcium and […]

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How To Handle Under Sink Leaks

Ever deal with a leak under your sink? The leak may go undetected for a while because they are commonly buried deep at the back of a seldom-used cabinet. By the time the leak is discovered, the water damage can be a costly mess. It’s best to get your local plumber on board once it […]

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How to Buy and Install Water-Efficient Plumbing Fixtures Here in Florida, water efficiency comes up a lot more often than it does elsewhere. And in the wake of natural disasters such as Hurricane Irma, we really learn what our plumbing systems can and can’t handle. In many cases, not only does water efficiency protect our […]

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Backflow, or the unwanted reversal of water flow, can be a serious health risk and embarrassing inconvenience. Backflow must be addressed by a qualified technician as it can introduce hazardous contaminants like pesticides and other human waste into your potable water supply. This holds true for both residential backflow prevention as well as commercial backflow […]

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Sometimes problems with a customer’s sump pump will be mentioned when, in fact, it’s their lift station that is the issue. A common misconception is that these two things are the same because, after all, they both move fluids against gravity and away from the property. While they both do, in fact, move fluids it […]

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Protect Your Plumbing During A Summer Vacation

If you’re planning a big summer vacation (or even just a weekend getaway) you probably have a list of tasks to get your home ready for your absence. But it’s not enough to just stop the mail and reprogram the thermostat — your household plumbing system needs some quick-and-easy preparation as well. If a pipe […]

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Years ago, when homeowners in Cape Coral were looking for the best Southwest Florida plumber, they were encouraged to “let your fingers do the walking” through the Yellow Pages; however, there was no way to know about the quality of the work performed or the worker’s reliability. Today’s homeowner has it much easier, and only […]

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If you have plumbing leaks in your home, now is the time to address them. Even small leaks can add up over time, with some families spending as much as $100 per year on water that gets wasted right down the drain – or worse, leaks out into the home and promotes mold and mildew […]

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Modern indoor plumbing is a necessity for the health and sanitation of every American household. And for many families, the bathroom toilet plumbing works perfectly 99 percent of the time, performing its essential function with a simple pull of the handle. However, when the water supply gets cut off, indoor plumbing doesn’t do its job, […]

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