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How to Properly Set Your Toilet Flange Height

July 29, 2021

If you have a toilet flange that is either not level or not set to the correct height, there’s a possibility the toilet will develop a wobble or leak around its base. Therefore, it’s important to achieve the correct flange height, and to replace it if it’s broken or damaged. The toilet flange is what your toilet rests on, and it connects your toilet to the sewage waste line in your home. Flanges that aren’t level can be problematic, and in addition to causing wobbling or leaking, could result in damage to the flange if it’s not corrected as soon... View Article

The Best Preventative Maintenance for Drain Clogs

July 15, 2021

One of the best ways to keep your drains and plumbing system in good condition for years to come is to prioritize preventative maintenance. Many of the most common problems you experience, from clogs to leaks, can be prevented by staying on top of regular maintenance and being proactive about making small repairs as needed. Here are a few simple tips to keep your plumbing running smoothly and to prevent your drains from getting clogged up. Clean drains when they get slow Some drains start to slow down before they develop a full clog. There are a variety of methods... View Article

Signs It’s Time to Repair or Replace Those Old Pipes

July 2, 2021

If your pipes are starting to get old, you may notice certain issues with your water supply. Common issues seen in plumbing systems with old pipes include constant leaks, lower water pressure, rusty water and more. They can cause serious health problems as well, including the potential for lead poisoning. It’s important to know when it’s time to repair or replace your old pipes. Be sure to call a reputable plumbing service in your area instead of attempting repairs on your own. Clogged pipes Clogged pipes are a common issue in homes and commercial properties with older pipes. This is... View Article

How to Know It’s Time for Backflow Repair

June 18, 2021

Many homeowners have never seen or heard of a backflow device. This is because these devices are usually only found in commercial buildings, multi-family homes or single homes with irrigation systems. Often situated in part of your building’s water pipes, backflow devices are essential in preventing the contamination of drinking water. They do so by only allowing the water to flow in one direction. If there’s an issue with your backflow device, the water in your building may come out brown or yellow. Since discolored water is often a sign of contamination, it’s important to have your backflow device repaired... View Article

Reasons to Hire a Professional for Drain Cleaning

May 31, 2021

Clogged drains occur in every home at one time or another—they’re just part of life. While you may be able to address some clogs yourself with at-home drain cleaning in Coweta County, GA, the job is often best left to the professionals. Continue reading to learn why you should consider calling a plumber the next time your drains get clogged. Home remedies don’t always work Pouring hot water and dish soap down the drain or trying to remove a clog with a coat hanger might work in some situations, but that’s not always the case. Many clogs are tougher than... View Article

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