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Tag: Plumbing

18
Apr

Do You Know What an On-Demand Water Pump Is?

On-demand water pumps, or small delivery pumps, are pumps that store water until they are needed for a specific use. These kind of pumps are often used to supply vending machines, osmosis units, refrigerators, icemakers, hot tubs, and more. They are a form of non-pressurized tanks that only turn on when the machine they supply “demand” to it. For example,

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17
Apr

How Much Do You Know About Circulator Pumps?

For many of us that are unfamiliar with plumbing terms, you may not be sure what a circulator pump is and what its purpose is. A circulator pump is a pump that is responsible for circulating gases or liquids in circuit systems. More often than not, these pumps are commonly used to circulate water in cooling systems or hydronic heating

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14
Apr

Dishwasher Broken? Here’s Who Can Fix It.

If your dishwasher breaks, and you have already purchased a new one, you will need help installing it. Unless you feel totally comfortable installing appliances yourself, you shouldn’t try to install your own dishwasher. Your best bet is a professional plumber who is experienced with dishwashers. Even a certified repairman can assist with appliance installations. However, if your water supply

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14
Apr

Average Cost of Installing a Dishwasher

If your dishwasher is no longer cleaning your dishes properly, or breaks down, then you may looking for a new one. On average, installing a new dishwasher can cost anywhere from $620-$1,500. This is just a rough estimate that can vary based on the type of unit you purchase, who installs it, and other factors that affect installation costs. Unless

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11
Apr

Need a New Water Heater? Here’s How Much It Will Cost!

If your water heater has taken a turn for the worse, then you may be left without any hot water. Your water heater is responsible for supplying all your appliances, sinks, and bathrooms. Are you showers becoming shorter and colder? Does hot water take forever to reach your sinks? If your heater begins to leak or fails to perform, then

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7
Apr

How You Can Save Money with a Tankless Water Heater

Your water heater is a vital part to your homes appliances. Your water heater is responsible for providing the whole home with clean, hot water. If you are looking to save money, lower energy bills, and have an endless supply of hot water, then a tankless water heater may be the right investment for you. Tankless water heaters are an

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3
Apr

How To Prep Your Plumbing System for Summer Vacation

Whether you are going on a weekend getaway, or planning a long summer vacation, you should make sure your home is taken care of. Outside of programming the thermostat and scheduling someone to get your mail and water the plants, there are a few steps you should take before you leave to prep your plumbing system for your absence. These

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3
Apr

Don’t Let Roots Damage Your Pipes!

Even the smallest of roots can result in big problems. Most homeowners don’t consider that their homes landscaping can pose certain threats to their plumbing system. Roots can grow and expand long distances underground, in search of water and nutrients. Often, these roots can find water from the water and sewer pipes that live under the foundation of your home.

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31
Mar

How To Prevent Plumbing Damages With a Water Softener

Most homes have hard water, which is packed with minerals and can affect the lifespan and functionality of your appliances and pipes. Hard water can be damaging and even pose possible health threats. Fortunately, there is an easy fix to hard water: water softeners. Water softeners can remove the damaging minerals in your home’s water supply and help protect your

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30
Mar

Why You Should Never Flush Trash Down the Toilet

A common mistake that many homeowners make is flushing trash down the toilet. Flushing trash can disrupt your toilet’s pipes and ruin your bathroom plumbing system. Although the toilet seems to easily get rid of anything, trash is not one of those things. The only things you should ever flush down your toilet area toilet paper and human waste. Even

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