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  • Facts About Cleaning Drains

    If you’re a new homeowner, soon you’ll realize that cleaning your drains is a normal part of your home maintenance routine. Just as you need to mow the lawn, water your plants, change the air filters in your HVAC system, clean the carpets, and dust the blinds, your drains need to be cleaned periodically too. In our experience, most people have learned how to work a plunger ; some of them have also ...
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  • Where is the Shut-Off Valve?

    Whether you own your home, or you’re renting, you cannot avoid the fact that if a plumbing emergency strikes, you’re the one that has to act fast and respond to it. If you don’t know much about indoor plumbing, there is one piece of information that you must have: It’s how to shut off the water. Otherwise, you could face serious costly water damage to your flooring, furnishings, and other personal ...
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  • Why Do Water Heaters Leak?

    Have you noticed that your water heater is leaking? At first, you may not think it’s a big deal, but if left ignored, it can escalate into a major problem. Even a minor leak can damage the walls, floors, and subfloors. While a small leak may go virtually unnoticed, don’t forget that it can be a sign of a much bigger problem. In the worst-case scenario, your water heater could completely fail on ...
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  • Plumbing Advice for Landlords

    As professional Leander and Cedar Park plumbers, we frequently deal with homeowners, but we also deal with renters and to be honest, we’ve noticed a difference between the two. While this isn’t absolute in all cases, homeowners tend to be more conscious of their plumbing and most of all maintaining it than renters. While some renters are great, a lot of them have never owned a home before, and ...
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  • Should I Check the Plumbing Before Buying a Home?

    If you are buying your first home, or upgrading to your second home, there’s a good chance that this is going to be the biggest investment of your life. Whether you’re dropping $100K or $300K on a home, you don’t want that dream home to turn into a “money pit.” When you fall in love with a home, you may automatically notice the fresh paint and new carpets, the granite kitchen counters, or the new ...
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  • Get Help in a Plumbing Emergency

    When it comes to any of the parts and materials that make up a home, nothing lasts forever. Whether it’s the shingles on your roof, the carpet on the floor, the paint on the outside of your house, or your indoor plumbing system, these items have to be maintained and eventually they’ll need to be replaced. While today’s plumbing lasts for decades, we still need to maintain our plumbing if we want ...
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  • Is Your Plumbing Ready for the Holidays?

    With the arrival of December, we’re reminded that 2015 is coming to a close and the holidays have officially arrived. What does the holiday season mean to you and your family? Does it mean the kids are home for winter break? Or, will your college-aged son or daughter be coming home for the holidays? If you have the whole family over for Christmas, whether it be a day or a week, you want to make ...
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  • Top Tips to Keeping Your Garbage Disposal in Good Shape!

    We can all agree that garbage disposals are one of the greatest modern inventions. They’re great for throwing out expired food and getting rid of unwanted leftovers. They also prevent us from having stinky garbage cans before the trash man comes. But, we have a tendency to take our garbage disposals for granted – until it’s too late and the unit becomes clogged or breaks down for good. To extend ...
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  • Avoid These Common Plumbing Mistakes!

    If you’re a homeowner, it’s not a bad idea to learn how to tackle minor plumbing problems, this way you can save time and take proper care of your plumbing system. But, for the novice plumber, even the simplest fixes can go awry and turn into costly mistakes. Here are four common plumbing mistakes and how you can avoid them. Overdoing it On the Drain Cleaner If you use too much of the blue stuff, ...
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  • Dealing with Water Damage

    When you experience flooding or leaks in your home, it could leave you with frustrating water damage that can significantly effect the look of certain areas of your home. Not only can it effect your home's appearence, it could also build mold that could cause harm to you and your family’s health. There are some ways of dealing with water damage and preventing further water damage from occurring. ...
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  • Steps to Take in a Plumbing Emergency

    Plumbing emergencies are something that we rarely think will happen to us, but when they do it becomes immediately apparent that we must do something…and fast! What do you do if your kitchen faucet breaks and water is spraying all over your kitchen, or if your toilet is quickly filling up with water after you flush it? Head Straight for the Water Shutoff Valve As a homeowner, the most important ...
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