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Old cut sludge polypropylene plumbing pipes with red rust and limescale.

High oxygen levels in the water of your plumbing system and overuse of chemical drain cleaners can quickly lead to pipe corrosion. This is a plumbing problem that no homeowner should have to deal with, yet is something that licensed plumbers encounter and replace on a regular basis. Letting your plumbing remain corroded can lead […]

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Boiler repair, replacement of broken water heating element.

Temperatures in Texas are quickly dropping as we enter the end of the year. Many homeowners are aware that the colder weather can have an adverse effect on outdoor faucets and exposed plumbing. However, a little known plumbing fact is that the frigid weather can also create problems for your hot water heater. Whether you […]

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Household toilet with a sign that reads 'out of order'

Your home’s sewer lines are essential parts of your plumbing that move water waste from your property to an underground sewer main. A functioning sewer line keeps your home feeling fresh and functional. However, without regular sewer line inspections, it’s possible that your sewer line can rupture and quickly become a nightmare fix for your […]

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A woman calling a plumber after her pipes burst.

The holidays are just around the corner and North Texas homeowners are trying to save money wherever they can. One aspect of the household that may seem impossible for people to save money on is their plumbing when an emergency happens. Fortunately, the team at Plumbing Dynamics understands that with a few easy practices, functioning […]

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Flooded Bathroom after D I Y

Halloween is just around the corner and everyone loves to sit around and tell horror stories…even licensed plumbers. So, while we are all in the spirit of the season, here are some DIY fables that may leave you thinking twice about fixing a plumbing problem yourself. Trust us, if these stories aren’t enough to keep […]

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Plumbing tools on the ground in a bathroom

The thrill of buying a new home can be exhilarating. However, as excited as you may be to sign the dotted line and become a homeowner, make sure all of the plumbing within the house is up to snuff. Here are some of the most important plumbing questions you should ask before buying a new […]

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Flushing A Flushable Wipe

Over the years, landfills began to pile up as parents around the world continued to throw baby wipes in the trash after changing a diaper. The disposable wipe industry saw that waste was becoming an issue and created the “flushable” wipe. Many people believe they are saving the environment by flushing disposable wipes down the […]

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Broken Toilet Running

When a toilet runs, most people don’t think that this annoying minor problem could become an expensive and dangerous situation. The first sign that your toilet is experiencing problems should be when a homeowner calls a licensed plumber to get their unit running smoothly again. A running toilet is so much more than a minor […]

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Homeowner Speaking to Licensed Plumber

Questions are essential before, during, and after a plumbing visit. We’ve already covered the top questions to ask before hiring a plumber, but we also feel that it’s important that you’re informed throughout the job. Although a licensed plumber requires concentration to complete their job efficiently, there is always room to answer these questions to […]

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Flush water heater

No matter the time of year, your hot water heater needs to be in pristine condition. Hot water is a comfort that everyone should be able to enjoy. However, without proper maintenance on your water heater, the luxury can quickly become a downer. One of the most important maintenance steps to take with your water […]

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