Category: Plumbing Maintenance Advice & Services

Fall Plumbing Maintenance Every Homeowner Should Do by November 30th

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Fall Plumbing Maintenance Every Homeowner Should Do by November 30th Most fall plumbing maintenance tasks are performed with two goals in mind: preventing water damage to your home or high water bills caused by breaks and leaks related to frozen pipes. These fall maintenance tasks do not take long and can save you big when

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The Charlotte Newcomers Plumbing Guide

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The Charlotte Newcomers Plumbing Guide New to Charlotte? Welcome to the Queen city! We hope you quickly feel right at home. To help you get acquainted with regional differences, we’ve put together this simple guide to some of the plumbing issues we commonly deal with here in the South. (Note: Charlotte newcomers may wish to

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Fall Plumbing Maintenance Every Homeowner Should Do This Autumn

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Fall Plumbing Maintenance Tips Every homeowner knows that spring cleaning is a must. What you might not know is how much your plumbing system needs an annual deep cleaning, which we recommend you perform each fall. Combine winterizing efforts with this year’s fall plumbing maintenance and set yourself up for a great holiday season and

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Protect Your Plumbing System When Aerating and Re-seeding Your Lawn

If you haven’t aerated and re-seeded your lawn yet, you’ll want to get going on that soon! Here in Charlotte, homeowners are practically down on their knees begging the fescue to grow in the obstinate clay soil. The best way to coax the grass into growing is to lay down lime (to neutralize acidic soil),

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Spring Cleaning: Inside Plumbing Tricks and Tips for Homeowners

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Spring Cleaning: Inside Plumbing Tricks Pay no attention to the snowflakes you may have spotted this week. Spring is thisclose. We promise! In our last spring cleaning post, we focused on the outdoors. Now that you have that taken care of, it’s time to head inside, show spring around, and let it get comfortable for

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Spring Cleaning: Outside Plumbing Tips

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We’re getting there! Inching along to the vernal equinox, also known as SPRING. Time to throw open the windows, let the outside in (and vice versa), and wake your home up from its winter slumber. Read on for our tips on how to welcome the outside of your house to spring, with a focus on

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Plumbing Tools and Basics Every Homeowner Needs Before Tackling a Plumbing Emergency

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New homeowner? Still not totally comfortable with home improvement projects? If you’re about to tackle your first plumbing project, you’ll want to make sure you’ve got the plumbing tools necessary. You will also want to arm yourself with some basic plumbing knowledge so you don’t make a mess of things. Get the basics down before

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Ways to Give Back: Plumbing Projects to Help Your Elderly Relatives

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Make the Holidays Merrier by Knocking Out a Few Plumbing Projects for Your Relatives The season of giving isn’t limited to material things, as much as we all enjoy giving or receiving a nicely wrapped present. The gift of giving time and service is invaluable, especially in our ever-busy world. As you know from our

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How to Replace an Anode Rod

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Think of an anode rod as the Unsung Hero of your water heater: a good one enhances the performance of MVP (your water heater), and the whole system works better because of it. Read on to learn what that means for homeowners, why you should replace anode rods periodically and how to replace an anode

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Monthly Appliance Maintenance Check List

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You rely on your appliances every day. Your trusty dishwasher keeps you from laboring over those pots and pans, and you don't know how your great grandparents survived without a washer and dryer. The fridge lets you stock up on groceries once a week and the freezer holds everything from your favorite ice cream to

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