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Outdoor Plumbing Advice for Homeowners

With spring nearly upon us, many homeowners are eager to fix up their patios and lawns after a long winter season. Mulching, gardening, and purchasing new patio décor is generally at the top of the priority list this time of … Continue reading

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How to Perform a Water Leak Inspection for Residential Plumbing Pipes

It is important to implement regular inspections of your home plumbing pipes and system because they are one of the most significant and vital components of a modern-day household. When or if something goes awry within these pipes, major costly … Continue reading

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Fall Season Plumbing Tips that Can Save You Lots of Money!

Just because Indiana is still seeing pleasant Indiana summer weather doesn’t mean that the cold isn’t on its way anymore. Before you know it, these 60 degree days will turn into below 40 degree weeks and eventually right into the … Continue reading

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The Trouble With OTC Liquid Drain Cleaners

A clogged drain is never a good sign for your plumbing. It is a frustrating situation that seems to pop up at the most inconvenient times. Whether it’s the bathtub or kitchen sink, no one can live harmoniously with a … Continue reading

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Standard Plumbing Valves and How They Work

There are three basic styles of plumbing valves: gate valves, stop valves, and ball valves. Each valve-type has its own individual characteristics, advantages, disadvantages, and purposes. However, they can only be used for oil, water, and airflow control if the … Continue reading

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A Brief Reflection of Plumbing History

It is interesting to think about how society’s first plumbing pipes were made from clay and wood. Of course once the world figured out that these didn’t work too well, we eventually switched to using a lead and galvanized iron … Continue reading

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How Do Tree Roots Affect Sewer Lines?

Now that summer is mostly here, plants and trees are growing at full speed. Roots grow long, absorbing water and nutrients and passing them along to their host. Tree roots are generally longer, stronger, and bigger than any other plant … Continue reading

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