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Tips For Preparing Your Plumbing Before a Home Sale
Summer is a popular time to sell a home. We know your list is long when it comes to preparing your home for sale. However, in your efforts to repaint walls or deep clean the kitchen, don’t forget to prepare your plumbing system too. There are many plumbing problems that could reveal themselves during a home showing, ranging from water stains on the ceiling that suggest a leak to slow flushing toilets that indicate clogged pipes.
Why Does This Toilet Keep Clogging?
Do you find yourself storing the plunger in one particular bathroom? It is common to have one toilet that clogs more than others. There are likely explanations for this – as well as things you can do about it. Here’s what to investigate if you have a “clog prone” toilet in your home.
7 Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Plumbing
It’s that time of year again - April showers and spring cleaning! While you may head to the garage or your closet when tackling your spring cleaning chores, your home plumbing deserves some attention too. In fact, following a simple checklist in your kitchen and bathroom could help you avoid costly plumbing problems in the months to come.
Why Choose Hydro-Jetting For Your Septic System?
If you notice slow or frequently clogged drains in your home, your first instinct is probably to go buy a chemical drain cleaner from the store. However, before you pour that goopy mixture down your pipes, you need to understand the drawbacks. First, chemical drain cleaners can disrupt the healthy balance of bacteria in your septic tank.
8 Signs You Have a Problem With Your Electric Water Heater
Your water heater is likely one of the most used appliances in your household, yet it is likely one you also take for granted the most. When we shower, wash our clothes or clean the dishes, we expect and trust that hot water will be readily available when we command it. Therefore, it can be quite a disruption if your notice signs of trouble regarding your hot water heater.
5 Reasons to Consider A Septic to Sewer Conversion
There are a number of homeowners and businesses in Georgia that rely on a septic system for wastewater disposal. While it works for many, especially those in rural areas of the state, it may not be the best plumbing system for every situation. Septic to sewer conversions can be performed by our professionals at Metro Septic and Plumbing. There are certain criteria involved and some cost factors to consider, as it can be a more complex job.
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