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Tips to Tell if Your Plumbing Pipes Are Worn Out

Although plumbing is designed to last for a very long time, eventually things like leaks and corrosion will begin to happen. This can begin costing you in money and high water bills if not addressed and repaired. Most people spend little time...

Why Slab Leaks Are Dangerous

If you’re a homeowner, there is one four letter word that you’d better pay attention to, and that’ the word “leak.” Put any other word in front of it and it means bad news: gas leak, garbage disposal leak, refrigerant...

4 Causes of A Slab Leak

 For many homes, slab leaks are a common nightmare. The pesky leaks occur underneath the slabs of concrete beneath a home–this also makes them very hard detect.  However, it’s important to keep an eye out for any damages that...

Why You Should Repair Roof Leaks ASAP

Most roofs have leaks at some point in their existence. Roof leaks can be caused by wind storms, falling trees, cracked flashing, broken shingles, improperly sealed valleys, cracked vent booting, ice buildup, improperly installed skylights, clogged...

How To Detect A Slab Leak

Water leaks in a home have the potential of becoming a plumbing issue. A slab leak means that a pipe running beneath your concrete foundation has burst. Slab leaks can either be due to sewer or water lines. Slab leaks can be a costly affair that can...

How Can A Roof Leak Be Repaired?

When watermarks start appearing on ceilings or moisture runs down a wall, chances are you have a roof leak. Many homeowners and do-it-yourselfers can handle a minor repair. But the first hurdle will be finding the sources. Water tends to trail along...

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