Help Guide

5 Helpful Tips When Purchasing an A/C System

  • Posted by Mike
  • On April 5, 2017
Your air conditioner is a vital part of your home, especially during the summer. If your A/C breaks down, you are left to deal with an uncomfortable home that is susceptible to the heat. During those extra hot days, the heat can threaten the safety of your plants, pets, and family. Most A/C systems last […]
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Thinking About Purchasing an A/C Unit? Here’s What You Need to Know!

  • Posted by Mike
  • On April 5, 2017
If you’ve ever spent a summer in the Phoenix area, then you’ve experienced the scorching summer heat. With daily temperatures creeping over 120°F, air conditioning becomes a must for any household or business. If your A/C needs replacing or upgrading, there are a few factors you may want to consider before buying a unit. Average […]
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How To Prep Your Plumbing System for Summer Vacation

  • Posted by Mike
  • On April 3, 2017
Whether you are going on a weekend getaway, or planning a long summer vacation, you should make sure your home is taken care of. Outside of programming the thermostat and scheduling someone to get your mail and water the plants, there are a few steps you should take before you leave to prep your plumbing […]
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Don’t Let Roots Damage Your Pipes!

  • Posted by Mike
  • On April 3, 2017
Even the smallest of roots can result in big problems. Most homeowners don’t consider that their homes landscaping can pose certain threats to their plumbing system. Roots can grow and expand long distances underground, in search of water and nutrients. Often, these roots can find water from the water and sewer pipes that live under […]
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Problems with Your Floor Drain? Here’s How to Fix It!

  • Posted by Mike
  • On April 3, 2017
Floor drains can be a lifesaver! Often found in basement floors, floor drains can help filter water away from your home in case of a broken pipe or flood. This prevents mold and mildew from growing, while relieving your pipes of any additional pressure from overflowing water. However, like many parts of your plumbing system, […]
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How To Prevent Plumbing Damages With a Water Softener

  • Posted by Mike
  • On March 31, 2017
Most homes have hard water, which is packed with minerals and can affect the lifespan and functionality of your appliances and pipes. Hard water can be damaging and even pose possible health threats. Fortunately, there is an easy fix to hard water: water softeners. Water softeners can remove the damaging minerals in your home’s water […]
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Why You Should Never Flush Trash Down the Toilet

  • Posted by Mike
  • On March 30, 2017
A common mistake that many homeowners make is flushing trash down the toilet. Flushing trash can disrupt your toilet’s pipes and ruin your bathroom plumbing system. Although the toilet seems to easily get rid of anything, trash is not one of those things. The only things you should ever flush down your toilet area toilet […]
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DIY: Find That Hidden Leak

  • Posted by Mike
  • On March 30, 2017
The worst kind of plumbing leak is a hidden one. These are common and can result in severe damages and costly repairs. A pipe in the wall, or under the floor, can crack and begin to leak, slowly flooding your home without you even knowing. Your water bill will slowly go up while mold and […]
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DIY Gone Wrong? Maybe It’s Time To Call a Plumber

  • Posted by Mike
  • On March 29, 2017
Thanks to the internet, you now have unlimited knowledge available at your fingertips. When you experience a plumbing issue in your home, you may be inclined to research how to fix the problem yourself. In some scenarios, you can easily make your plumbing issues into a DIY project. However, there are some repairs that require […]
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Most Common Causes for Plumbing Leaks and How to Prevent Them

  • Posted by Mike
  • On March 29, 2017
One of the most common reasons for homeowners insurance claims is plumbing leaks. They can happen unexpectedly and catch you by surprise. Some leaks may be subtle, and take time to notice until they have caused extensive damage. For example, a small leak can begin in one of your walls, and slowly flood your floors […]
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3 Common Causes of Low Water Pressure

  • Posted by Mike
  • On March 29, 2017
When it comes to your home’s water pressure, there are various signs that can indicate something is wrong. If the water from your sink or shower starts to trickle when you turn it on, or the washing machine takes an abnormally long time to fill up, your home’s water pressure may be too low. Even […]
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How To Purify Your Tap Water

  • Posted by Mike
  • On March 28, 2017
Have you ever gone to to your sink to get a glass of water, and notice specks floating around in your glass? Gross! Not only is this upsetting, but it can also threaten your health. If you are experiencing this problem, then you should take immediate action to determine the cause of this debris and […]
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