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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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Ground Shifting Creates Plumbing Emergency

We’ve all heard that strange noise creaking beneath the home and casually muttered, “Oh, it’s just the house settling.” While this may seem like a harmless phrase, if you’re feeling the ground shifting, a plumbing emergency could be coming down the line. Many of the emergencies we tend to are the result of ground shifting. […]

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Licensed Plumber Better Than A Handyman

When something goes wrong in your home’s plumbing there are some serious decisions to make; the first one being, who to call. While a licensed plumber is the right answer, some Carrollton homeowners believe that a local handyman can help with their plumbing problem. While there is use for a handyman in other home situations, […]

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How To Avoid Water Damage From a Faucet Leak

Recently we had a customer who called us out for a dripping faucet under their bathroom sink. When we got there we realized that the faucet itself, and the supply line that comes out of it, had been compromised, either because of too much pressure or because it just wore out.    What To Do […]

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Home Plumbing Inspection Lead Pipes

When selecting your dream home, you want it to be a structure that requires as little extra work as possible. That’s why after your offer is accepted, a plumbing inspection is usually the next step. While most Dallas plumbers will look at the basics like leaking toilets and proper installation of surface level fixtures, there […]

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Detecting a Slab Leak

Slab leak repairs are some of the priciest plumbing problems that a homeowner can encounter. Not only can these issues be costly, but they also present dangerous living conditions for the inhabitants of the home. At Plumbing Dynamics, we believe that your home’s plumbing should always be functioning at its best. Even though we can […]

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