A Checklist for Your Plumbing This Spring

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Tools_tools_house-smWe’re almost to the official start of the spring season (mark your calendars, if they aren’t pre-marked, for March 20). This means the time for spring cleaning. The term “spring cleaning” can mean plenty of things: it can apply to everything from your garden to the hard drive on your computer—much of which doesn’t really have anything to do with the season except that the name implies you’re getting a fresh start. After all, why not take the time in early spring to attend to some important cleaning and maintenance jobs?

But your plumbing definitely needs some attention that this time of year, since it goes through a lot of work over the winter. Even in sunny Florida, plumbing benefits from some spring check-ups and maintenance from professionals.

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Rust and Your Water Heater: When It Happens, What to Do about It

Monday, April 18th, 2016

A water heater consists of metal in contact with water. Yet a water heater doesn’t suffer from rust—or at least it shouldn’t until it’s been in service for many years. We’re going to look a bit closer at corrosion in water heaters to see the defenses that they have against rust, and how rush might eventually take hold.

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4 Reasons Why Water Heater Repair Is Everything

Monday, July 6th, 2015

A water heater from a quality manufacturer that received a professional installation should work for many years without requiring major repairs. To help prevent crippling issues, it should also have annual maintenance sessions from experts to see that it stays free from corrosion, loss of power, the development of sediment in its tank, and other potential setbacks.

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