08 October A clogged sink with a checkered pattern

What Plumbers Use to Unclog Drains

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Clogged drains are one of the most typical reasons why homeowners enlist the help of an expert plumber. Even the most careful homeowners may find themselves faced with this problem from time to time - whether it’s food material clogging the kitchen sink, hair clogging the shower’s drain, or excess tissue paper clogging the toilet drain. Read More

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25 September Close up of handwashing beside a running kitchen faucet

Hard Water vs. Soft Water: Differences, Advantages, Disadvantages

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Every building with a water supply operates with either hard water or soft water; since you’re here, you’re probably wondering what that means. Some questions you might ask regarding hard water vs. soft water are: What kind of water is safe for your plumbing and appliances? What water density is best for your skin? Can you feel the difference in the water types? Read More

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11 September Submersible sump pump in an open sump pit

Eight Essential Sump Pump Maintenance Tips

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There are multiple ways to prevent flooding in your basement. Some of the things you can do include maintaining clean downspouts, repairing foundation cracks, and installing window well covers. In the event that water gets into your basement, despite taking all the above precautions, your last line of defence would be the sump pump. This is why sump pump maintenance is crucial. Read More

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24 August Plumber installing a new sink

Signs It’s Time to Call a Professional Plumber

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Thanks to the explosion of accessible information online, many homeowners are empowered to take on numerous DIY projects and repairs for their homes - like patching the roof, sealing small toilet tank leaks, building a shed, basic landscaping, and so on. Through DIY, homeowners get to learn new skills and even save money. Read More

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10 August Close up of a bathtub drain

How to Get Rid of Drain Worms

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Nothing ruins a relaxing bathtub soak or shower than the prospect of seeing drain worms or drain flies. They can also be found in sink drains or even the toilet. Most homeowners resort to pouring down drain cleaners in hopes of killing the drain worms once and for all. But this tactic is not only damaging to the pipes, but it may also not be effective in the long run. Read More

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