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residential irrigation plumbing system

Topics: Pipe Leaks and Repair

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With the right irrigation plumbing system in place, your lawn should be getting uniform watering on a regular basis. A properly installed system is incredibly helpful when it comes to keeping your yard healthy.  The best part of an effective irrigation system is that you don’t need to drag your hose around and water your grass by hand or constantly adjust your sprinkler attachments. However, as with any plumbing and irrigation system, your yard could be costing you a lot of money by inflating your water bill.  Plus, a faulty system can diminish the health of your lawn and hurt its appearance. This is why you need to be proactive in detecting and addressing common plumbing problems you can spot in your yard.  Read More
ceiling-leaking

Topics: Leak Detection, Plumbing in Sacramento, Commercial Plumbing, Pipe Leaks and Repair, Home Plumbing

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Ceiling leaks are a plumbing issue that can be detected by blistered or peeling paint, dripping water, and discoloration on your ceiling.  A ceiling leak is a sign that there is another problem with your home plumbing system or roof. If you notice your ceiling has these problems, you'll need to track down the source of the problem before you can proceed to fix the problem yourself or call a plumber to fix it for you. Read More
gas-detection

Topics: Leak Detection, Pipe Leaks and Repair, Home Plumbing

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Natural gas is a convenient source of energy that over 50 percent of homes in the United States rely on to dry clothing, cook food, heat water, and heat their homes. It is usually safe, but under certain circumstances, such as improperly installed or poorly maintained gas lines, gas leaks can turn into major problems for your health and your home. Read More
Toilet Leak

Topics: Pipe Leaks and Repair, DIY, Toilet Leaks and Repair

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A leaking toilet - one of the most common plumbing problems to plague homeowners - is known to cause house-wide havoc. Not only is it a nuisance, a leak wastes water, increasing your monthly water bill. But, what if you don’t know that you have a leak? How can you detect a silent leak before it causes widespread damage and expensive toilet repairs?  Read More

Topics: Leak Detection, Trenchless Technology, Pipe Leaks and Repair, Home Plumbing

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  Every now and again, leaks can occur in the home. It can happen to even the most diligent homeowner. Thankfully, many of the most common leaks occur in relatively easy-to-reach areas such as below a sink or in the shower or toilet. These leaks are easy to spot and can often be fixed with a few ordinary household plumbing tools. Read More
mold spores

Topics: Leak Detection, Pipe Leaks and Repair

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Home and commercial pipe leaks often occur when property owners least expect them. If unnoticed or left unattended, they can quickly cause significant damage to other home fixtures. While the strain of repair costs and the potential for further damage to your property is a troublesome thought, the risk of health problems caused by severe leaks is an even greater cause for concern.  Read More
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Topics: Pipe Leaks and Repair, Home Plumbing

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Plumbing systems can make some very strange noises; it’s even used sometimes as a cheap scare in horror movies. The loud gurgling and prolonged vibrating noises are nothing to worry about! This is simply an indication that there is air caught in your water pipes.  There are several reasons why there may be air in your pipes and sputtering out of your faucets. Some of the more common causes are: Read More
signs of a water leak in house

Topics: Pipe Leaks and Repair

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It’s a scene you’re probably familiar with from many movies—or maybe even this classic Donald Duck cartoon: our hero is laying in bed, tossing and turning, a steady drip from a faucet keeping him or her from catching the Z’s they need. It’s often played for laughs, but a leak is no laughing matter—and it can actually be dangerous, not just to your home but to your health. Read More