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Many homeowners are curious about the possibility of installing plumbing in an exterior house wall. Is this even possible? The answer is yes; installing plumbing in an exterior house is possible. It is often recommended to protect the home from water damage. However, there are some things you need to know before you get started.  […]

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The plumbing system of a modular home provides potable water and removes wastewater from the house. It can be part of the interior or exterior wall, between the studs and framing of the home.   As with any other aspect of the homebuilding process, you’ll want your plumbing to be appropriately designed and installed by […]

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It is likely you have used a wet wipe instead of toilet paper in the past. It doesn’t take long to realize that wet wipes are a far superior solution than any 2, 4, or even 10-ply soft toilet paper. However, you may have felt uneasy flushing the wet wipe, thinking it may clog your […]

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The growth and development of tree roots are common reasons for sewer restoration. Initially, you might not detect any link between your plumbing and tree roots, but this is a common misconception.   However, research reveals that sewer lines contain nutrients and minerals that growing roots require. These sewer lines supply plants with the water […]

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A toilet is a necessity in every home, office, school, in short, anywhere and everywhere. But sometimes, your toilet can also become a huge, unpleasant problem for you because of different reasons, such as toilet clogging. If you keep experiencing toilet clogs, it is vital to identify the root cause and fix it as soon […]

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Drain pipes

Are your kitchen or bathroom faucets spewing brown or coffee-colored water? No, you don’t have coffee on tap. It’s not sewer water either. It’s most likely rust that’s causing the sickly color. Rust is oxidized iron, and it forms when iron contacts water and oxygen for some time.  While a small amount of rust is […]

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A Garbage Disposal that doesn’t work properly can be a nightmare. If you want to know what to do when your garbage removal acts up, read this article to find out the best way to fix it.  1. Check the Circuit Breaker  The first thing that you need to do is check the circuit breaker. […]

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repairing pipes

Having a toilet is more than just a luxury, and having a clean toilet is an essential part of any bathroom. It is critical to identify what is happening if a toilet is clogged, and you must fix it before it gets worse. These problems can arise when you use and flush excessive toilet paper. Such problems are normally […]

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plumber holding a shower in his hand

When it comes to showers, there are just some things that you don’t want to deal with. One of these is when the cold water isn’t coming out of the showerhead. There could be several reasons why your cold water isn’t working as expected, so we’ll go over them in this blog post. 1. Clogged […]

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