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Is Your Plumbing Leak Sabotaging Your Pest Control?
Do you frequently battle insects and rodents in your home despite your pest control efforts? You may want to check your plumbing. The truth is, many pests are drawn to moisture, including crickets, lice, silverfish, termites, roaches and rats! So if you have a undetected plumbing leak in your home, you may be giving these pesky creatures an open invitation without even knowing it.
Is It Time To Replace Your Plumbing Fixtures?
Your plumbing system is one of the most important systems in your home. While we certainly use our plumbing fixtures every day, we often take them for granted and fail to recognize when they need replacement until it is too late. Fixtures refer to your faucets, sinks, showerheads, toilets or anything that delivers clean water to your home or takes away wastes. When one or more of your fixtures breaks down, it can bring the efficiency, comfort and convenience of your home to a screeching halt.
Are You Taking Care of Your Water Heater?
Your water heater is an important component of your plumbing system, especially if you enjoy hot showers and like to get your clothes and dishes clean. It is also a system that works tirelessly throughout the day, never really shutting down. Most water heaters stay on to maintain a standing supply of hot water to ensure it is readily available when you need it. Are you taking care of your water heater? Or are you taking it for granted?
Do You Need a New Pressure Regulator?
Your pressure regulator is probably not a plumbing component that you often think of – unless it is not working properly. Pressure regulators are designed to bring the water pressure down to a safe level before it reaches your home. It is located near the main water line valve. Just like any other part of your plumbing system, your pressure regulator can malfunction. This can be due to simple wear and tear over time, a faulty installation or other issue.
Smell a Gas Leak? Follow These Five Steps Now
In the majority of cases, you’ll never have a problem with your natural gas as an energy source. However, gas leaks are serious if they occur. If you have a gas line in your home, you need to know about the safety precautions to take once a leak is detected. Natural gas is actually odorless.
Is Your Toilet Paper “Septic Safe”?
Your septic tank is an intricate operating system that requires some consumer understanding. While your household plumbing may seem the same as someone who has a sewer system, traditional sewer lines differ greatly from a septic tank. Special care must be given to what gets flushed into a septic system. Otherwise, you will disrupt the natural biological process that is happening below the ground. In fact, annoying clogs and embarrassing back-ups often result from flushing the wrong items down your toilet.
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