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When Was Plumbing Invented?

  Plumbing is one of those things that we take for granted. We use it every day and rarely think about how it works or where it came from. But plumbing is a relatively new invention – it wasn’t until the 1800s that indoor plumbing became common in households. In this blog post, we will

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What are Plumbing Fixtures?

  When most people think of plumbing, they think of the pipes. But plumbing fixtures are an important part of the plumbing system, too! In this blog post, we will discuss what plumbing fixtures are and why they are important. We will also provide a list of some common plumbing fixtures. Stay tuned for more

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5 Things You Should Never Flush

It’s probably something that you don’t think about every day, but what you flush down the toilet can have a big impact on your plumbing. If you’re not careful, you could easily end up with a clogged toilet. In this blog post, we will discuss five things that you should never flush down the toilet!

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What Is Trenchless Pipe Repair?

If you are having problems with your plumbing, you may be wondering if trenchless pipe repair is the right solution for you. Trenchless pipe repair is a newer technology that allows plumbers to fix pipes without having to dig trenches in your yard. This can save you time and money, and it is a more

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5 Helpful Methods to Prepare Your House Plumbing for Heavy Snow

  It’s that time of year again! The temperature is decreasing and the snow is beginning to arrive. Winter is officially here. For many people, this means dealing with heavy snowfall. If you’re not prepared, this can cause some serious damage to your house plumbing. In this blog post, we will discuss 5 critical ways

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How Does Liquid Plumber Work?

Everything under the kitchen sink should be there for a reason. What exactly does that container labelled “liquid plumber” do? Can that one bottle really solve your plumbing problems? We’re all in search of the ultimate product that will clean the whole house and make our lives easier. If only it were that simple! While

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How Do I Clean My Drains?

  As with almost every household utility, your sinks and showers need some tender loving care from time to time. There are many ways to clean a drain, but sink drains and shower drains have slightly different needs.

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Do DIY Home Drain Snaking Tools Help Or Hinder?

When you have a clogged pipe, you’ll find a drain snake can be a cheap, effective, simple-to-use tool to fix it. But do DIY home drain augers help or hinder?  It’s a complicated question. While many are sold as tools anyone can operate, it’s also easy to use them improperly! Some misuses can make the

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Are Plumbing Services Covered Under Insurance?

A plumbing disaster like a malfunction or broken pipe can hit you when you least expect it, requiring you to call us for an emergency plumbing service. When this happens, you want to make sure you can cover the cost of the necessary repairs and damages. But does homeowners insurance cover plumbing repair?

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Warning Signs of a Sewage Backup

  The main sewer line connects to the entire plumbing system inside a home. Because of how many parts of the home rely on it, it can easily clog up, taking the many drains, pipes, and other plumbing fixtures out with it. A blocked sewage backup is more than a mess to clean – it’s

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What Is A Resin Liner, And Why Do I Need It?

  If your pipes have structural problems, pipe rehabilitation can be the right solution. While plumbing problems can be messy, using resin liners makes for quick – and satisfying – work. They are essential for performing trenchless services. Here’s what you can expect and why you may need one!

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Why Do I Need A Video Drain Inspection?

  In the past, plumbers had to work on many assumptions. No tool could uncover the state of the interior of the pipes they had to repair, meaning the bulk of the work had to go on educated assumptions. Technology has raised the bar, and now, there’s a lot less guesswork in the plumbing industry

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