Why You Should Consider Upgrading Your Hot Water System To Gas

30 November 2021
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When it comes to water heating, there are two main options out there: electrical systems and gas systems. A lot of modern homes use electrical hot water units because they are very easy to install and can be cheaper initially. A lot of people also assume they are more modern, as the idea of gas being used in the home seems a little outdated. However, that is not true. Gas hot water heaters are exceptionally good at what they do and in many ways are superior to traditional electrical versions. Read More …

Water Pumps Buying Guide

27 September 2021
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If you need to draw water from a well, drain a swimming pool or do anything else that involves using a water pump, it is important to get the right type of pump to suit your needs. Take a look at this buying guide to find the right pump for the job. Surface pumps Surface pumps are designed to pump water from relatively shallow depth. They are installed above the surface of water and draw up water through a suction hose. Read More …

When Heater Repairs Are No Longer Enough: 4 Signs You Need a New Hot Water System

2 August 2021
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Do you have an old water heater in your home? Have you carried out numerous repairs on the appliance? If so, it may be time to say goodbye to your old heater and invest in a new system. Since a water heater is a costly domestic investment, many people wait for the old unit to break down before buying a new one. However, this can be an inconvenience to households that rely heavily on heated water. Read More …

3 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Leak Detection Method for Indoor Plumbing

3 June 2021
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As a residential plumber, you have to find the best leak detection techniques for your clients. Proper leak detection entails pinpointing the location of a plumbing leak and fixing it promptly to prevent structural water damage. The methods you employ should be convenient and efficient. Therefore, as you explore the various technologies, here are three questions to help you choose the best technique for indoor plumbing leaks. Is the technique invasive? Read More …

3 Common Issues Detected During Drain Camera Inspections

19 April 2021
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As a part of a proactive approach to dealing with residential plumbing issues that may arise at some or another, you should get your residential drains regularly inspected to help identify and eliminate issues that may lead to bigger problems if they go unnoticed for too long. These days, plumbers heavily rely on advanced, waterproof cameras to see inside your drains and identify problems they could only have guessed without the cameras. Read More …