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Signs You Need to Call an Emergency Plumber

With October in full swing, scary happenings are simply in the air. Let your family enjoy the creepy fun and keep them away from the real frights found in an emergency plumbing situation. If you or your family notice any of these red flags within your home, it’s time to contact a local plumber before […]

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Prepare Plumbing for Cooler Weather

After a hot summer, it’s time to enjoy the cooler seasons the state of Texas has to offer us. While this is a time to start preparing for major holiday gatherings, it’s also a good idea to start thinking about scheduling plumbing services to ensure your pipes are ready for the long winter ahead. While […]

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video inspection

Today we are talking about your home drain cleanouts. Every home should have them. Some houses do not, but if you don’t you need to have some installed so that you can service your sewer line and keep it clean, and be able to see what’s going on underneath your house.     Your Drain […]

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Bathtub Plumbing Problems

The bathtub and shower in your bathroom are essential to keeping you feeling fresh and ready to take on the day. However, if your tub starts to fill up without draining or simply won’t stay full for that desired bubble bath, you’ve got a problem on your hands. Not being able to properly relax and […]

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Single Shower Valve

A home’s shower is an area that offers peace, luxury, and the chance to clean up and enjoy the hygienic benefits of a well-running shower head. However, when a shower valve malfunctions, the dream of the perfect shower is shattered when either the water turns to a trickle or the temperature becomes extremely unpredictable. When […]

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Indoor Plumbing Replaces Copper Pipes with PVC

One of the biggest debates in the world of indoor plumbing and remodeling has always been the argument between using Copper or Polyvinyl Chloride (PVP) pipes in the home. While both materials have their place, every home is unique. That’s why before making the decision to go with PVC or copper during your next project, […]

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How To Fix a Leaky Exterior Faucet

We have a customer who has two outside hose faucets on the outside of their house. When they turned the water on, both faucets leaked! Find The Stem     Has this happened to you? When you turn your outside faucet on, look closely at the stem. The stem is the part with the handle […]

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hot spot on the floor

Today we’re going to talk about a hot water heater slab leak we recently fixed.   How To Locate a Hot Spot Our customer noticed a hot spot in their baby’s bedroom. He happened to have a thermal imaging camera and used the camera to determine that there was a hot spot on the floor […]

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