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Topics: DIY plumbing, plumbing problems

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Understanding how the plumbing system of your home or business works can help you troubleshoot problems – often before it becomes a big issue. A small leak is one thing, but a leak that pours out hundreds of gallons of water into your home can be disastrous and costly. A picture is worth a thousand words and plumbing tips on Pinterest offer valuable information that will help you understand and troubleshoot your plumbing system. Preventative and proper maintenance is the key to the longevity of any home plumbing system. Knowing what you can do yourself and knowing when to call a professional is sound advice when tackling plumbing projects. Read More

Topics: DIY plumbing, Home Plumbing Tips

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When renovating your home, there’s a good chance your plumbing system and fixtures will come into play at some point. Replacing existing sinks and faucets with high-efficiency alternative models is a common plumbing task homeowners take on, and while you may be pressed to contact a plumber to do the job for you, it’s more than likely you can complete the entire project on your own. Read More

Topics: DIY plumbing, Plumbing Tips, Inspection, How To, Preventative, Home Plumbing Tips

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Plumbing and repairing kitchen island sinks can be a deal more challenging than working with standard kitchen sinks. For regular kitchen sinks, drain pipes and vents are hidden and run directly through the kitchen wall - overall, they’re pretty easy to install; for island sinks, however, installing a vent or drain pipe takes a deal more work, Island vent pipes must essential contain their own vent pipes, without running off into the walls. Read More

Topics: DIY plumbing, Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, Sacramento Plumbers and Pipe Repairs

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When it comes to home plumbing care, you’re probably comfortable working with things like drains and basic plumbing fixtures. Almost anybody can unclog a kitchen sink. What about repairing or maintaining copper, PEX and PVC piping in and around your home? In many situations, caring for these pipes is something homeowners leave to the pros.  Read More

Topics: DIY plumbing, Water Heater Repair, Replacement

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As more and more American homeowners make the switch from conventional water heaters to high efficiency tankless models, many opt to replace their heaters on their own, as opposed to contacting a professional plumbing service provider. While it’s certainly possible to install a tankless water heater on your own, you should only do so if you’re absolutely certain you can take on the challenge, and have the right tools and know-how for the job. Read More