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15 December Commercial property drain cleaning

Industrial Property Drain Cleaning: Who Needs It Regularly?

Posted by PlumbWize

Profitable companies achieve and maintain success with the help of multiple factors. Aside from brilliant products and services, a killer marketing strategy, and a well-rounded team, the most basic elements contribute to a business' victories. And yes, depending on the type of business that could also include plumbing! Read More

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01 December A white bathtub by a window

How to Plan and Layout Your Bathroom Plumbing

Posted by PlumbWize

A bathroom is a sanctuary. It's an oasis wherein you prepare yourself for the day ahead or relax before you call it a night. Whether you take your time in the shower or rush through it because you overslept again, there is no denying that a bathroom plays a major role in your household. Read More

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15 November A rough-in plumbing system

The Importance of Rough In Plumbing for Custom Homes

Posted by PlumbWize

Rough-in plumbing is vital to all types of buildings, but this plumbing system composed of sewers, vents, connections, and water passages is particularly important for custom homes. While your custom home is underway, read on to discover the extremely essential role that rough-in plumbing plays in tailor-made households. Read More

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12 October A person installing a double sink in a kitchen

Your Ultimate Guide to Plumbing a Double Kitchen Sink

Posted by PlumbWize

If you have been looking to upgrade your single-basin sink, you have stumbled upon the right guide for double-sink plumbing and installation directions.  Preparing your kitchen for a larger sink involves updating the plumbing configuration. The main difference between single sink and double sink plumbing is that each basin has an individual tailpiece that connects to a sanitary tee. Read More

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02 October A plumber wearing a red shirt and jeans installing a new toilet flange

How to Install a Toilet Flange

Posted by PlumbWize

Does your toilet leak a lot? The odds are that the toilet flange is the culprit.  A damaged, loose, or improperly installed toilet flange can cause leakages from the bottom of the fixture, floods, and water damage. On rare occasions, toilet flange issues can even release sewage water or gasses into your bathroom. Read More

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