As the seasons change, the home plumbing issues you encounter will, too. In our new video, we’ll show you some of the most common problems that our customers face as the weather gets colder. Check it out now!
Is your old water heater making strange noises, running out of hot water, or experiencing a leaky tank? These are all signs of failure. Replacing your water heater doesn’t have to be a hassle, though; it can be an opportunity to improve your day-to-day life.
A leaky faucet is hardly an emergency, but the constant dripping can be a nuisance and run up your water bill over time. Many of us choose to ignore our leaky faucets because we don’t know how to fix them ourselves and don’t want to spend money on a plumbing service near Ivyland.
Today we live in a world where there is no shortage of information. Whether this information is true or not is an entirely different story; and when it comes to plumbing, the wrong advice or information can end up being costly.
Don’t let the frigid nor’easters fool you: spring will be here before you know it. Once you no longer have to worry about calling your local Buckingham emergency plumbing service because your pipes have frozen over, you’ll have the perfect opportunity to make sure that your system is fully functional and up-to-date. When you’re ready, use these tips to help your system run optimally in the upcoming months.
As homeowners, we’re all familiar with the sinking feeling that comes with a clogged drain. Whether you’re hearing a few gurgles from your kitchen sink or seeing the water in your toilet rise at an alarming rate, you have an idea of what’s coming next. Plumbing blockages can pose a major inconvenience, rendering sections of your house completely without running water for days at a time.
Nobody wants their heat to fail in the middle of a record-breaking winter storm. Unfortunately, this happens to countless Americans almost every day around this time of year. Without regular maintenance, it is easy to allow boilers to fall into disrepair. Often, age is enough to put a boiler out of commission. If you suspect that your boiler is on its last legs, it may be time to start looking for a new unit.
That sound was just the wind – right? Listen closer – that clanging probably isn’t a ghost, but it could be coming from your pipes.
Falling temperatures can pose a threat to the integrity of your plumbing system. Extreme cold causes the metal in your plumbing to contract, sometimes leading to cracks and leaks. Even worse, frozen pipes may rupture, potentially inflicting thousands of dollars of water damage. Continue reading “Know the Signs of Winter Plumbing Damage”
Thermostat at 72 degrees? Check. Holiday decorations decking the halls? Check. Slippers, blankets, and cup of tea? Check, check, and check.
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The temperature is starting to drop, children are going back to school, and the leaves are beginning to change colors. Fall must be officially here! Fall is one of the times of year in which we use the highest amount of hot water, and we depend upon our hot water heaters more than ever starting in September. Before you turn up the usage on your water heater, make sure your preventative maintenance is up to date!
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