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4 Benefits of a Tankless Hot Water System

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If you are thinking of replacing your home hot water system, you must decide whether to replace it with a traditional system with a hot water storage tank or opt for a tankless system. Many plumbers say that tankless hot water systems are gaining popularity — and there are many reasons for that trend. Take a look at some of the benefits of tankless hot water system installation. 1. Less Space…

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Reasons to Go Solar With Your Hot Water System

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In the market for a new water heater for your home? Whether you’re buying a hot water system for the first time or replacing an existing one, it’s important to carefully assess your options in order to make the right choice. Each of the different types of water heaters available on the market today has unique pros and cons that may influence your purchase decision. If you’re considering going solar and are wondering if installing a solar water heater in your home is a worthwhile investment, continue reading.…

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5 Signs You Might Have a Sneaky Water Leak in Your Home

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No one wants to think about potentially having sewage running down their walls or dripping from their ceilings, but if you notice any of these other signs, it could mean that your home has a hidden leak lurking and ready to strike when you’re not looking.  1. Musty, peeling paint in the basement A musty smell in your basement is often a sign of water levels rising up due to moisture build-up, even when you can’t see any wet patches.…

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Tips for Recognizing a Plumbing Issue with Your Septic Tank

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Some of the most common calls to an emergency plumber deal with septic tanks. Septic tank backup and damage can cause severe plumbing damage, including pipe cracks and leaks. The good news about septic tank issues and your plumbing is that you can see some of the signs before an issue occurs. Here are a few tips for recognizing a plumbing issue with your septic tank that require an emergency plumber.…

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3 Guidelines to Follow When Choosing a Water Pump for Your Rainwater Tank

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Rainwater tanks are an amazing way to harvest natural water from the environment and preserve your home from water damage and soil erosion. However, harvesting the water is half the battle. If you want to use the water you collect around the house effectively, you will need a functional water pump to push the water from the tank outwards.  There are countless types of tanks in the market, which can complicate choosing an ideal one.…

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Plumbing Issues: Plumbing Tips on How to Diagnose a Hidden Leak in Your Wall

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Most of the plumbing pipes that supply your home with water or remove wastewater are usually hidden such that one can’t see them easily. They are often integrated into the walls under the floor and in the ground outside your home. This means that if the pipe inside the wall develops a problem and starts leaking water, you may not notice it immediately. A leak inside the wall can cause severe damage to the structure of your home.…

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Reasons Why Linear Shower Drains Are Becoming A Must-Have In Contemporary Bathrooms

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If you are thinking of upgrading your utilitarian master bathroom into a contemporary, aesthetically appealing space, you are probably contemplating a myriad of changes. A few of the areas that a majority of homeowners would focus on include installing frameless glass shower screens, switching up the layout, investing in new tapware, installing a sleek vanity and so on. Seldom do people consider their shower drain during this project, but upgrading this unit will have a dramatic effect in your shower and overall bathroom.…

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What You Need to Know About Roofing Repairs

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During its use, your roof is subjected to various factors that facilitate deterioration. These factors include continuous exposure to harsh weather conditions and impact from debris (falling branches and debris carried by strong winds and storms), which can lead to roof damage that requires repair. You, of course, know that a roof shelters you from bad weather. The burden of the harsh weather is borne by your roof, meaning it wears slowly.…

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Blocked Sewer Drain? Here's Why You Should Consider CCTV Drain Inspections

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The sewer drain carries wastewater from your home to the septic tank or the city council’s sewerage system. Thus, any blockage in this drainpipe can wreak havoc in your home. A clogged sewer drain can cause multiple drain clogs in your bathroom, toilets and sinks. Thus, there’s a need to immediately address the problem once you notice water moving slower than usual in more than one drain. When it comes to addressing sewer drain blockage, traditional techniques such as digging up the drainpipe are no longer efficient.…

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3 Common Problems You Always Need a Plumber For

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Plumbers are a fantastic resource available to Australians as they make life so much more comfortable and liveable with their skills. Most people only expect to use plumbers during the construction of their house or in an absolutely horrific emergency, but in reality, a lot of the work plumbers do is related to common problems around the home. Often, people think they can solve an issue only to find, after several hours, that they really do not have the know-how to fix the problem.…

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