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Leaks

What To Do When Your Water Heater is Leaking

February 24th, 2014

With the amount of appliances in your home, it can be difficult to maintain them all. Plumbing issues can arise at any time, and some problems can be easily fixed, while others require an expert plumbing contractor in Philly to take a look at the unit. Hot water is a necessity for homeowners. From dish […]

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Keeping Pipes From Freezing

January 18th, 2014

With the cold weather quickly approaching and temperatures dropping to freezing lows, plumbing issues are common and an experienced emergency plumber in philly  may be necessary. Before plumbing issues occur here are a few steps homeowners can take to prevent costly damages to their home. -Pay attention to the water flow around your home. If […]

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Tired Of That Running Toilet All Night Long? Here Are Some Simple Fixes

February 25th, 2013

For those of you own a home may have come across a running toilet one time or another, and there is nothing more frustrating then hearing the water run all night long. This may not be an emergency plumbing situation, but it is still something that needs to be addressed. Since the makeup of a […]

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Leak Detection Systems

September 14th, 2012

It is always a great idea to consider installing a water leak detection system if you are frequently away from your home and would like to keep an eye on water leaks and other trouble spots. Along with leak detection systems, you can also install individual appliance systems on specific home appliances for double the […]

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Maintaining Your Garbage Disposal

June 18th, 2012

A garbage disposal is a very convenient appliance to have in your kitchen. It makes clean up after meals a breeze, keeps your house smelling fresh and clean and helps reduce the amount of garbage you need to dispose of. In addition, it increases the value of your home, since prospective house buyers look for […]

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Getting Your AC Ready For The Summer

May 14th, 2012

If you want to do more than just fight the heat you are going to have to make sure that your air conditioning system is in tip-top shape. Although it isn’t easy to maintain an air conditioning unit, the truth is that regular maintenance is a must to keep the product working at its highest […]

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Preventing A Drainage Catastrophe

January 7th, 2012

Home maintenance is one of the most important tasks to keep up with in order to avoid any major water issues.  No one wants to experience sewer backups in their home, especially the basement.  Any water damage in the home can be very costly, and that is why prevention is the best solution. Here are […]

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The Facts on Leaks

November 28th, 2011

One of the most annoying issues in a home is having leaking pipes.  On average, a leaking pipe can waste 212 gallons of water per month. Overall, this can increase not only your water bill, but your gas or electric bill because of the need to heat water lost from the leak. How you go […]

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