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toilet-leaking-at-base

Topics: Home Plumbing, DIY, Toilet Leaks and Repair

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Toilet leaks aren't anything to panic over, but no one likes walking into the bathroom with dry socks and coming out with wet socks. Toilets that leak at the base are usually an easy fix with some DIY how-to steps.  You can make the repairs you need quickly using this guide that provides you with the reasons behind your toilet leak, the tools you'll need, what to do about the leak, and tips to prevent future toilet leaks. Read More
different types of plumbing pipes

Topics: Home Plumbing

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What are the different types of plumbing pipes? There are quite a few, and they have various uses, from bringing water to your bathtub to carrying waste out to your sewage system. Whether you're hiring a plumber or taking on a DIY home plumbing project, it’s good to be in the know about different types of plumbing pipes and their pros and cons. In this blog, we’ll dive into the most common types of pipes for plumbing. Read More
restaurant plumbing

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Plumbing Tips

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Restaurants are a magnet for plumbing problems, and it’s no surprise considering the amount of plumbing equipment required to operate. In worst-case scenarios, restaurant plumbing problems can force the business to close temporarily if floodwaters or backed-up sewage gets into food storage areas, prep areas, or service stations. Not only could this get patrons sick by exposing their food to bacteria, but it can also lead to electrocution and slips and falls. We’re here to help prevent all that! Read More
Plumbing Training

Topics: Become a Plumber

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As long as there has been plumbing, there have been plumbing problems. That’s probably never going to change! This makes plumbing a great profession to get into if you’re looking for job security. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that there are expected to be, on average, more than 50,000 openings nationwide for plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters each year over the next decade.  Read More