Identifying water leaks in your home is not as simple as you might think. Sometimes, a leak is not always visible or audibly recognizable with a little tell-tale ‘drip, drip’ noise. A leak could be happening right above you, and you might not even know it.
Even if you don’t notice a leak, your house will. A water leak could be damaging your walls, floors, pipes, and especially your wallet without your knowledge.
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When you turn on the faucet in the morning to brush your teeth and take a shower, much more is going on than you might think. For water to enter your home, it must first be collected in various forms of reservoirs, accessed through a well drilled into the earth, pumped to the surface, treated by a facility, and then carried through numerous pipes before it ever even reaches your property. During all of this movement, the water collects bits of soil erosion, sediments, chemicals and other particulate matter. The presence of these contaminants can not only damage your home’s plumbing system but endanger the health of you and your family.
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Every home has pipes: While sewer lines bring water out of your home, pipes bring water into it. Certain appliances in your home would not be able to run efficiently or produce water without the use of pipes. They keep everything flowing smoothly.
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Even though water primarily consists of oxygen and hydrogen, there are many hard minerals that can get into the water in your home. These minerals include iron, chlorine and calcium. They can not only damage your appliances that use water, but can cause serious health issues for you and your family. The following five signs will let you know that it’s time to call a technician at Ben Franklin Doylestown for water treatment in Warminster or any other town in our service area.
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Summer is a carefree season, with kids out of school and the warm weather making it difficult to concentrate on anything but fun. However, if a plumbing problem arises, it cannot be ignored. While in the winter it’s common that pipes will freeze and burst, in the summer there’s potential for clogged garbage disposals, sewer line trouble and outdoor water line breaks.
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