Category: Bathroom Plumbing

Clogged Toilet At Person's Dallas Home

Many homeowners use a garbage disposal to get rid of leftovers or unwanted food. However, some homeowners also make the mistake of thinking that once food is shoved down the plumbing it’s out of sight and out of mind.  This can lead to some people using their toilets to dispose of some food items that […]

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Toilet Making Noise & Running In Carrollton Texas

Did you know that the sounds your toilet makes can indicate very specific issues within the plumbing surrounding your appliance?  It’s true, our toilets have their ways of communicating with us whenever something is wrong. So, as long as you keep your ear open to these strange toilet sounds, you could possibly avoid an expensive […]

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Defective water valve at the bathroom sink. Leaking water. Wet and moldy wall.

Your bathroom is one of the most used rooms in the house. However, the moisture that comes from constant use and potential plumbing problems could lead to a mold infestation. Mold spreads quickly and contaminates the air in the rooms where it resides. Make sure that your family steers clear of any respiratory issues this […]

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Solving Common Household Drain Problems

One of the biggest trends in modern homeownership is investing in a classic home and trying to keep it as close as possible to its original state. Although this is a commendable goal for the preservation of older homes, an unfortunate fact is that older homes often come with hidden plumbing issues. Without regular maintenance […]

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Sink drain stopper clogged with a disgusting mass of hair and grime

One of the most nauseating hints that there could be something wrong with your plumbing is when your drains start to smell. Many people let these smells go, thinking that eventually the water they use will wash whatever is causing it away and the problem fixes itself. Unfortunately, this issue is always the result of […]

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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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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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Bathroom plumbing

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to keep many counties and cities at home, there is a lot of home plumbing being used on a daily basis. Now, what was once a  plumbing inconvenience like a clogged toilet, is viewed as a larger plumbing problem because during “shelter in place” homeowners need everything to function properly. […]

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