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Quick Tip Video – Water Heater Maintenance

Here’s something you can do yourself to help your water heater live a rich, full life. Flush your water heater once a year. Why? mineral deposits and rust can collect in water heaters, which means they have to work harder to heat water. Flushing removes this sediment, allow your water heater to heat efficently. Watch

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Quick Tip Video – How To Use A Toilet Plunger

A toilet plunger is a simple, inexpensive device, yet very effective for clearing toilet and other clogs in an emergency. But do you know how to properly use a plunger? Watch the video below for some helpful tips.

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garbage disposal
How to Choose a Garbage Disposal

Is it time to replace your old, worn-out garbage disposal? Because there are different types of disposals with different horsepower ratings, you’ll need to consider which model best meets your household’s needs. Other important things to consider include durability, noise levels, price, and the brand’s reputation. Horsepower 1/3 horsepower is typically the lowest power rating

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Quick Tip Video – Improving Water Quality

Do you have issues with your home’s water quality? Bad taste, strange odors and colors and hard water are water quality problems we hear about all the time. Common syptoms of poor water quality include spots on glassware coming out of the dishwasher,  soap scum buildup on shower enclosures, and rust stains in sinks. Water

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Flushing Your Water Heater Tank
Flushing Your Water Heater Tank

If you have a tank-style gas or electric water heater you can extend the lifespan of the unit by regularly flushing the tank to remove sediment build-up that can reduce heating efficiency and shorten the lifespan of the unit. In some cases, you may notice that your water heater is making a gurgling sound when

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Phoenix Sewer Line Inspections
The Importance of Home Sewer Line Inspections

Sewer lines can fail for many reasons, and the older the line, the greater the risk of damage from tree root intrusion, ground shift, and cracks. Because the connection from the house to the main utility connection in the street is the homeowner’s responsibility and is not covered by most homeowner’s insurance policies, it’s important

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Quick Tip Video – Water Shutoff Valve

Chances are you’ll never have a plumbing catastrophe, like a burst pipe. If you do, you can’t afford to waste precious minutes searching for the main water shutoff valve. That’s why it’s crucial for every homeowner to know where this valve is and how to shut it off. The first thing you need to do

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Quick Tip Video – Jewelry Down the Drain

Dropping a piece of jewelry down the drain can be heartbreaking. But if you know what to do, there’s a good chance you can get it back yourself. First, you’ll want to shut the water off and leave it off. You don’t wha to push the jewelry further down the drain. If the jewelry hasn’t

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Preventing a Backed-Up Sewer Line

A backed-up sewer line can cause a big mess and result in extensive damage to your home, in many cases requiring expensive repairs to your plumbing system. It’s important to know the warning signs of sewer and drain problems to prevent small problems from becoming drain disasters. What Are the Warning Signs of Sewer Line

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Running Out of Water Too Quickly?

Does your shower start out nice and hot, then rapidly run out after just a few minutes? If the problem is only happening while taking a shower, it could be the shower mixer. A plumber should check the pressure balance and temperature control faucet. When they are not working properly, you will notice a reduction

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