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  • The Problem with Polybutylene Pipes (and What to Do if You Have Them in Your Home)
    The Problem with Polybutylene Pipes (and What to Do if You Have Them in Your Home)

    What’s Wrong with Polybutylene Pipes? Between the years of 1978 and 1995, manufacturers switched from making pipes out of copper and began using polybutylene, a more affordable plastic resin typically ...

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  • The Problem with Dripping Faucets and Other
    The Problem with Dripping Faucets and Other "Small" Leaks

    Plumbing problems of the smaller variety can be difficult to detect without the use of professional-grade equipment and experience. In fact, they almost always are hard to detect, without the ...

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  • Can Frozen Pipes Be Avoided?
    Can Frozen Pipes Be Avoided?

    Do you know what steps to take to avoid one of the biggest winter plumbing problems there is? As temperatures drop and we begin to see snowfall in some areas, now is the time to do everything you can ...

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  • Prevent Plumbing Woes This Holiday Season
    Prevent Plumbing Woes This Holiday Season

    As much as you might not want to admit it, the holidays are right around the corner! This means that now is the perfect time to prepare your home, start planning parties, and maintain your plumbing ...

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  • Why Is My Tankless Water Heater Running Hot and Cold?
    Why Is My Tankless Water Heater Running Hot and Cold?

    There are a multitude of benefits to investing in a tankless water heater for your water heating needs rather than the traditional storage tank. For instance, tankless water heaters are more efficient ...

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  • How to Best Protect This Important Kitchen Plumbing Component
    How to Best Protect This Important Kitchen Plumbing Component

    Your kitchen’s garbage disposal is easily one of the most convenient devices or appliances you have in your home—making cooking duties far easier than they would be otherwise. However, if not operated ...

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