Bathroom Renovation Mistakes to Avoid in Your Home

Posted on: 22 May 2017
When you're preparing for a bathroom renovation or remodel, you want to ensure you take your time to consider all the details involved in your new plans. This will keep you from trying to retrofit certain features and details after the work is done, which can be more time-consuming and costly and will also ensure you get a bathroom you love and that works for you for years to come. Note a few common mistakes you'll want to avoid in your new bathroom space when you're planning a remodel, and discuss these with a contractor as needed.
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Some of the Most Common Reasons for a Hot Water Heater to Fail

Posted on: 16 May 2017
A home's water heater may work for years before it ever starts to fail; once it happens, however, you may want it fixed as quickly as possible so you're not starting out the day with a cold shower! Note a few common reasons for that heater to fail so you know what you may be facing by way of repair bills, or if it's time to replace the heater altogether.
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Less Obvious Signs You May Have Leaking Pipes

Posted on: 8 May 2017
It's pretty obvious when you need to call out a plumber, right? You go into the bathroom, only to find a puddle on the floor where pipes are leaking. You head to the kitchen to make dinner, and discover the sink is backed up and water won't drain away. Or maybe you put on a load of laundry and start the washing machine, but it doesn't seem to be taking in any water.
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Dealing with Low Water Pressure in Your Home

Posted on: 28 April 2017
Among the common plumbing problems you may experience in your home is low water pressure. Low water pressure can be caused by a variety of factors. This means if you know where to look and what to do, you can actually solve some of the causes of the low water issues you have in your home. If you have never dealt with low water pressure issues in your home before, this will be a challenge.
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