Why Professional Drain Cleaning Is Necessary

Monday, May 30th, 2016

You’ve probably seen the commercials about store-bought drain cleaners. You may have even used one or two of them. They do work, at least well enough to get rid of the typical clog. So, why then is professional drain cleaning necessary at all? There are actually a wide range of benefits to using professional drain cleaning services. Read on to find out why professional drain cleaning is necessary.

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Calcium Deposits, nd What They Indicate

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Have you ever noticed a white, chalky substance building up around your faucets or your bathtub? If so, you may have a problem. Those are called calcium deposits, and they’re a bigger issue than simply being unsightly. Calcium deposits indicate that you have hard water in your home, which will need to be dealt with as quickly as possible. Let’s take a look at where calcium deposits come from, and what they mean.

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Why Are Bad Smells Coming Out of My Drains?

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Does your bathroom smell like an open sewer? Is the horrible smell coming from your drains? If so, there could be a couple of different reasons for it. Some of them are pretty severe problems, some are not, but all of them are most definitely problems. Let’s take a look at the reasons why bad smells are coming out of your drains, and what you need to do to address them.

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The Dip Tube, And How It Affects Water Temperature

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Have you ever turned on a hot water tap and had spurts of cold water interspersed with it? Do you have a tank water heater? If so, you may have a problem with your dip tube. The dip tube is a simple part of your water heater, but one that it cannot properly operate without. Let’s take a look at what the dip tube is, and how problems with it can affect your water heater.

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Which Water Treatment System Is Best for You

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Before water is pumped into your home, it goes through an extensive treatment process at a municipal water processing facility. This process removes the majority of harmful substances from your water. However, the process is not 100% effective. There are still all kinds of harmful substances that can make it into your home after escaping the treatment process. The best way to deal with these substances is to have a water treatment system installed in your home. Read on for a brief outline of a couple of the most popular water treatment systems on the market today, and their comparative advantages.

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