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Upfront Pricing Vs. Time and Material Pricing

Time and material may work for an independent plumber who operates as a one person operation, but for a legitimate service company, it would be unfair to charge customers “by the hour.” All plumbers work at different speeds and have different levels of skill, personalities, and experience. For these reasons, charging “by the hour” would …

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Your Water Supply Lines Are a Main Culprit of Home Flooding

Plumbing leaks.  They seem so inconsequential at first, but they can wreak havoc in your home in the blink of an eye. In fact, a water supply leak can empty out hundreds of gallons of water and ruin your bathroom, kitchen, or basement in minutes. The key to protecting yourself from home floods is to …

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The Importance of Plumbing System Checks and Maintenance During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically affected everyone around the world, forcibly altering the way our society functions — at least for now. As a result of the situation’s urgency we’ve been thrust into, we’ve had no choice but to adapt. For better or worse, that adaptation involves staying home — a lot. As such, homeowners …

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Why You Should Get a Backwater Valve Installation for Your Home

The great thing about your home’s sewer system is that it regularly removes sewage and wastewater from your house without a hitch. Although your sewer lines perform an unattractive job, the necessity of their proper function is hard to miss and deserves our gratitude each day. Unfortunately, sometimes they do not work as they should …

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Celebrate World Water Day with Special Appliances and Fixtures!

The United Nations’ World Water Day—on March 22—will call attention to the importance of conserving water and keeping it clean wherever you live. We pay water bills for drinkable and usable water that’s treated and purified for our safety in cities and rural areas. The world’s water supply is finite. According to the U.S. Department …

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Help! My Wedding Ring Got Flushed Down the Toilet

It’s many people’s worst nightmare to knock their wedding rings, fine jewelry, or precious items in the sink or toilet. We’ve all had to fish out something that has fallen into the toilet at least once in our lives. And while it’s not exactly a pleasant experience, there’s no long-term heartache involved. However, if your …

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