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Emergencies happen (it’s part of life). That’s why having emergency plumbing in Scottsdale is key. Faulty plumbing (slow drains, inadequate water pressure, signs of leaks on ceilings) is one of the top 10 most common issues that happen in a home. For homeowner’s, few things can be as stressful as an emergency plumbing problem. Thoughts…

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Handling an emergency is never fun, and a plumbing emergency can be among the most unpleasant. Outside of the simple “ick” factor, plumbing emergencies can be expensive and can also cause a lot of damage to your home.   Being ready for a plumbing emergency is vital. Being prepared can save you thousands of dollars…

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Interviewing a Phoenix plumbing contractor is essential when you have a major plumbing job that needs to be done. You have to make sure they know what they are talking about, and you want to make sure that you feel good about working with them. It can be hard to know exactly what to say…

Four Secrets to Fixing a Garbage Disposal 

It seems to happen at the most inconvenient times. The garbage disposal hums, won’t drain and stops working. Before calling a professional plumber, try these four insider secrets to fixing a garbage disposal. The garbage disposal hums. A humming garbage disposal is an indication that the motor isn’t spinning the disposer wheel. Take the Allen wrench that was included with your disposal and insert it into…

water purifier, scottsdale Plumbing, reverse osmosis, ultra viole , plumbing, installation

How safe is your drinking water? It may not be as safe as you think. While water provided by municipalities is safe to drink, it is often not the safest option for your family. If it’s time to find the best water purifier for your home, consider the steps below. Consider Your Needs Your needs…

If you’re not worried about a little drip, think about the cost of not fixing it. A leaky faucet wastes as much as 10,000 gallons of water per year, which can increase your water bill by 10%. Not to mention that a simple leak can cause major damage to your home if left untreated. Understand the…

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