Category: Pipe Fixing

How Rainstorms Can Impact Your Home's Plumbing

April showers may bring May flowers, but in Texas, it also means they can bring hail, tornadoes, and massive storms that could lead to future plumbing problems. If your home has recently suffered from a damaging storm, here’s a closer look at some of the ways a heavy storm could have a negative impact on […]

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Temporary DIY Plumbing Tips

Although initial plumbing problems are one of the most frustrating points in time for a homeowner, the real fear sets in as owners deal with the problem while waiting for a licensed plumber to help find a solution. Fortunately, there are several temporary fixes a homeowner can do to mitigate water loss and damages between […]

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Coca Cola products on display in a grocery store.

A slow draining or clogged drain is never a fun time for a homeowner. Usually, when someone notices that the water is taking too long to drain, their first thoughts are: “It’ll resolve itself over time” “I bet I can fix it myself” As much as it pains us to say it, a clogged drain […]

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A pipe that froze and cracked.

Recently, the citizens of Texas found themselves facing unprecedented freezing temperatures that left millions without power for upwards of 24 hours. During this extreme freeze, homeowners made attempts to preserve their plumbing through added insulation and leaving sinks to drip and prevent a freeze in their home water systems. Unfortunately, even a drip wasn’t enough […]

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Water pipe break .Exposing a burst water main, focused on the spraying water and the pipe.

Water line leaks are among the most dreaded plumbing problems in Dallas. When your water line bursts not only does it create an expensive problem but it also disrupts the flow of water into the home. Most homeowners would contribute a leaky water line to an old plumbing system that was bound to eventually fail. […]

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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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It’s called PEX piping, and plumbing experts are hailing it as a big leap forward. PEX stands for cross-linked polyethylene. And it has some big advantages. First off, it is only about a third of the cost of copper pipe, and it is faster and easier to install. Some have described it as similar to […]

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