Category: Plumbing Repair

Many home plumbing problems can be fixed by yourself; there’s often no need to call a plumber, so long as you know what you’re doing. But if you’re a new homeowner and/or have no experience fixing a leaky toilet or faucet, how can you learn these skills? Take a look below for five ways you […]

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Did a sewer pipe burst under your home? That’s probably one of the most expensive plumbing problems to fix, running you anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000 to repair, but that’s only for the pipe itself. Cleaning up your basement/foundation, possibly having your frontyard/driveway excavated for the repair job, cleaning up the mess, etc. can see […]

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Hear the muffled sound of water in your walls? Thinking it just may be the pipes working “a bit” harder than they normally do? You may want to pay more attention to that noise, especially if it’s a new one: it could mean that you’ve sprung a leak in a sewage pipe and your basement is about to become flooded – a very expensive problem to fix!

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If you’ve just purchased a home, you have a bit of a learning curve ahead of you. If you’ve never mowed a lawn, you may need to start. If you’ve never had to replace a fuse, now you should learn. Do you know how to replace an air conditioner’s filter? Google how!

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