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Non-Invasive Leak Detection & How It Can Save Your Plumbing

Non-Invasive Leak Detection and How It Can Save Your Plumbing Leaks are some of the most common plumbing problems that homeowners experience. The pipes can degrade and loosen over time, or they can be pushed free by constant pressure from clogged pipes or those built...

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Why Flushable Wipes Aren’t Really Flushable

Why Flushable Wipes Aren’t Really Flushable Flushable wipes are gaining in popularity. Many people like them because they provide a thoroughly clean feeling after using the toilet. Using a wipe is almost like cleaning with soap and water after each trip to the toilet....

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The Dangers of Murky Water in Your Plumbing

The Dangers of Murky Water in Your Plumbing Murky water is never what you want to see coming out of our faucet when you turn it on. You need clear, fresh water that is free of contaminants. Murky water could indicate the presence of many kinds of harmful contaminants,...

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5 Reasons Why a PEX Repipe is the Best Option for You

5 Reasons Why a PEX Repipe is the Best Option for You Repiping your home can give you a reliable and high-performing plumbing system that consistently delivers fresh and great-tasting water, helps you save money on electricity, and minimizes your maintenance...

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How Long Will My Home Repipe Last before the Next Mishap?

How Long Will My Home Repipe Last before the Next Mishap? Nothing lasts forever. Even the structural systems in your home will break down over time, including your plumbing, your electrical system, and your HVAC system. Some of these last longer than others, depending...

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3 Types of Plumbing Leaks that Can Destroy Your Home

3 Types of Plumbing Leaks that Can Destroy Your Home Leaks are some of the most common plumbing problems. Fortunately, you can minimize the damage if you take action quickly and have repipe repair performed. Unfortunately, not all leaks are identified quickly, and...

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PEX Plumbing vs. CPVC: A Complete Guide to Your Home Repipe

PEX Plumbing vs. CPVC: A Complete Guide to Your Home Repipe You have many options when it comes to repiping your home or business. For some, the choice comes down to cost. Others consider a combination of factors, such as performance, energy efficiency, and required...

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How to Check Your Plumbing after an Earthquake

How to Check Your Plumbing after an Earthquake California is prone to earthquakes. Even small earthquakes can wreak havoc on your home. They can knock precious keepsakes off the shelves and break them into hundreds of pieces. They can cause windows to break and roof...

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The Benefits of a Full PEX Repipe

The Benefits of a Full PEX Repipe Is it time to consider repiping your home? You may want to consider a full PEX repipe. PEX is the term used for cross-linked polyethylene, which is a strong, plastic tubing. PEX piping has gained in popularity for all types of...

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Bad Tasting Water and How to Resolve It

Bad Tasting Water and How to Resolve It Bad tasting water is never good. Your water should never taste like anything. It should be cool and refreshing, without any particular taste or odor. If you ever do notice a taste to your water, there’s likely a problem. You...

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4 Unfortunate Causes of Low Water Pressure

4 Unfortunate Causes of Low Water Pressure Good water pressure is essential to the health of your plumbing. Low water pressure can put strain on your system, leading to damages and other problems. Of course, low water pressure also makes for a terrible shower and...

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Galvanized Pipes and Why They Need to Go

Galvanized Pipes and Why They Need to Go Many homes have galvanized pipes, but the homeowner doesn’t even realize it. The reason is that most homeowners aren’t used to inspecting their pipes, nor have they trained as plumbers to know how to recognize the different...

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Saving Your Business with the Right Plumbing

Saving Your Business with the Right Plumbing No matter what your business is, you need plumbing – even if that is just for a small bathroom that our employees and/or your customers will use. If you don’t have the right plumbing, or if the plumbing you have hasn’t been...

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What Does a Home Plumbing Rerouting Entail?

What Does a Home Plumbing Rerouting Entail? If your home was built on a concrete slab, chances are good that at least some of your plumbing runs through that slab or under it. While you might think that a thick, concrete slab would create an impenetrable layer of...

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Water in the Walls: Why Hidden Water Leaks are Unsafe

Water in the Walls: Why Hidden Water Leaks are Unsafe Your pipes run behind your walls and under your floors, and so long as they are working properly, you likely never think of them. But as your pipes age, they can break down, and water can stream throughout your...

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Pinhole Leaks Tiny Dilemma Destructive Consequences

Pinhole Leaks Tiny Dilemma Destructive Consequences Pinhole leaks are a common problem with copper plumbing pipes, but they can occur in other metal pipes also. Like their name suggests, they come from holes in the metal that are very tiny – often no bigger than the...

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Slab Leaks and the Catastrophic Damage they Cause

Slab Leaks and the Catastrophic Damage they Cause A lot of houses are built on a concrete foundation, which a lot of people call a slab. The plumbing might run under the slab. It would have been installed before the concrete was poured. In some ways, the set up...

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Common Pitfalls of a Copper Plumbing System

Common Pitfalls of a Copper Plumbing System Copper is a common plumbing material. For a long time, it was the standard. Plumbers and homeowners chose it because it is a strong and durable material that will hold up over time. However, as the years wear on, homeowners...

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Plumbing Threats that Can Compromise California Homes

Plumbing Threats that Can Compromise California Homes Your plumbing should be the strong, silent type. It should be working in the background, supporting the needs of your family and your house, without making a sound or giving you trouble. You may not know what is...

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Got Leaks? 5 Reasons to Investigate Your Plumbing Leaks

Got Leaks? 5 Reasons to Investigate Your Plumbing Leaks A plumbing leak is one of the most common plumbing problems you are likely to face. A lot of things can cause a leak, including loose seals and connections, pitting and other corrosion, expansion and contraction...

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What Does Turnkey Really Mean and Why Is It Important?

What Does Turnkey Really Mean and Why Is It Important? If you are shopping for a new home or are looking at the market in anticipation of selling your home, you may run across the phrase “turnkey” and wonder what it is. “Turnkey” is a simple term that refers to...

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What Causes a Leak and How Can You Avoid It?

What Causes a Leak and How Can You Avoid It? Leaks are just a part of life when you own a home. As your plumbing system ages, parts start to break down, causing leaks to sprout. Sometimes, plumber error can lead to breakdowns that cause leaks, and sometimes Mother...

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Leak Detection Methods That Could Prevent Plumbing Fallout

Leak Detection Methods That Could Prevent Plumbing Fallout You won’t always know when you have a leak in your plumbing. Small leaks can go on for months without you realizing it. You may only know that there’s a problem when the pressure in the pipe finally causes it...

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Why is My Water Discolored and What Can I Do about It?

Why is My Water Discolored and What Can I Do about It? Your water should never be anything but clear and great-tasting. If it has a strange color, odor, or taste, there is definitely something wrong. Sometimes, the problem is with the water itself, and sometimes, the...

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Classic Plumbing and the Many Drawbacks

Classic Plumbing and the Many Drawbacks Older homes often have lovely architecture and many great details that make them attractive for today’s homebuyers. Unfortunately, they also usually have a lot of older systems that can cause many problems for you, including an...

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The Common Dangers of Ignoring Your Faulty Plumbing

Even the best plumbing will experience problems once in a while. A connection might come loose, sediment might clog up a line, or the water pressure might vary. Typically, a quick repair will set everything right again. Sometimes, those small problems seem to never...

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Plumbing System Contaminants and How to Avoid Them

Plumbing System Contaminants and How to Avoid Them When you turn on the tap, you expect to get clean drinking water that will nourish your body and won’t make you sick. You expect clean water that will cleanse and sanitize your dishes and your clothes. You expect to...

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The Major Side Effects of Leaky Pipes

The Major Side Effects of Leaky Pipes Leaky pipes can happen to the best of us. Seals may corrode, fittings may shake loose, or pipes may erode and form pinholes. You can prevent some of these issues by hiring only the best local plumber in California to perform your...

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DIY Plumbing Fixes and When to Stay Away

DIY Plumbing Fixes and When to Stay Away Everyone’s an expert on everything nowadays, thanks to the Internet. While you’re newfound status as an expert on Middle Eastern affairs may not hurt anyone since you’re only sharing your opinions at your poker night, your...

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The Common Dangers of Ignoring Your Faulty Plumbing

The Common Dangers of Ignoring Your Faulty Plumbing Even the best plumbing will experience problems once in a while. A connection might come loose, sediment might clog up a line, or the water pressure might vary. Typically, a quick repair will set everything right...

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5 Ways a Home Repipe can Save Your Monthly Water Bill

5 Ways a Home Repipe can Save Your Monthly Water Bill Your monthly water bill can get quite high – especially when you live in California and you’re doing everything you can to beat the heat or to save your plants during yet another drought. You might try to conserve...

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A Full Guide to a Whole House Repipe

A Full Guide to a Whole House Repipe Your plumbing system is much more than your pipes. You may update your toilet so that it is powerful enough to flush anything you put inside but economical enough that it only uses as much water as needed. Or you may put in a...

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What’s that Sound? Potential Causes of a Noisy Toilet

What’s that Sound? Potential Causes of a Noisy Toilet Other than when you flush it and it fills back up, your toilet shouldn’t be making any noise. It should be the strong silent type as it awaits your next needs. It should be as bland as its white shell, and it...

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Non-Invasive Leak Detection to Avoid Plumbing Mishaps

Non-Invasive Leak Detection to Avoid Plumbing Mishaps Leaks can cause major damage to your home if they are not repaired quickly. Even small leaks can create extensive damage if given enough time. Yet you may not even know that you have a leak since your plumbing is...

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Home Repipe Guide: Preparing for a Plumbing Catastrophe

Home Repipe Guide: Preparing for a Plumbing Catastrophe You take good care of your plumbing. You don’t put food scraps or hair down the drain. You take steps to keep the pipes from freezing when the temperatures drop. You get regular inspections to make sure that...

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The Potential Disasters Caused by Pipe Corrosion

The Potential Disasters Caused by Pipe Corrosion “Pipe corrosion” is never something that a homeowner wants to hear. You may not know what problems pipe corrosion can cause, but you likely have a feeling that fixing it will be time-consuming and expensive. And you’d...

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3 Ways Hard Water Can Mean Failure for Your Plumbing

3 Ways Hard Water Can Mean Failure for Your Plumbing Water may move freely and feel silky in your hands, but it can be hard. And, no, we’re not talking about when it freezes to become ice. Water can become hard when it has excessive amounts of minerals like calcium,...

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Why You Should Exercise Caution When Using Flushable Wipes

Why You Should Exercise Caution When Using Flushable Wipes Flushable wipes are very popular right now. They make it easy to clean up after you use the toilet, leaving you with a clean and refreshed feeling. They can also help you save on toilet paper since you don’t...

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Why Store-Bought Cleaners May be Harming Your Pipes

Why Store-Bought Cleaners May be Harming Your Pipes Clogged drains are a common plumbing problem. Too much hair collects in the shower drain, and you find yourself standing in a pool of water while you’re taking a shower. Too much food or grease ends up going down the...

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Essential Factors to Consider When Repiping Your Home

Essential Factors to Consider When Repiping Your Home Repiping your home in Los Angeles can seem like a huge and overwhelming undertaking. While it is an important job and it can come with a big price tag, you shouldn’t feel intimidated by it. Learning about the...

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Spring Cleaning Tips: Start with a Home Repipe

When you think of spring cleaning, you probably think of things like scrubbing the baseboards or clearing out the cabinets so you can give them a good wash. You might even start going through the things in the attic or the basement, really determined to clean your...

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Water Conservation Hacks that Can Lower Your Monthly Bill

Water Conservation Hacks that Can Lower Your Monthly Bill You use water almost as much as you use electricity. If you’re not careful, you can spend a lot of money each money on your water. Taking measures to cut back the water you use can help you save a lot of money...

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Shower Valves and the Importance they Serve for Your Plumbing

Shower Valves and the Importance they Serve for Your Plumbing The water that comes out of your shower has more to do with the parts you can’t see than the shower head you choose. Specifically, there are valves that control the flow and the temperature of your water,...

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The Incredible Benefits of Repiping Your Home

The Incredible Benefits of Repiping Your Home Your plumbing system will last a long time with proper maintenance and care. But even the best TLC can’t stop the effects of time, and if your system is a few decades old, it may be time to consider re-piping. You may want...

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4 Things You Should Know before a Home Repipe

4 Things You Should Know before a Home Repipe Most people don’t think about their plumbing until there is a problem, so they don’t know much about how the system works. The concept of re-piping usually just sounds like a big, scary, and expensive job to most. By...

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6 Hacks to Keep Your Pipes Intact

6 Hacks to Keep Your Pipes Intact Repairing your plumbing can be quite expensive, but you don’t really have a better choice. You can’t very well go without clean drinking water or regular showers. Once your plumbing breaks down, you have to fix it. You may not be able...

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Pinhole Leaks and the Dangers They Pose

Pinhole Leaks and the Dangers They Pose Copper was the material of choice for plumbing pipes for a long time. The metal is strong and durable, and it was considered an ideal choice for a plumbing system with longevity. However, we have learned a lot since then, and we...

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5 Things that Can Compromise the Integrity of Your Pipes

5 Things that Can Compromise the Integrity of Your Pipes You need to do all you can to maintain the integrity of your pipes. Healthy pipes will last you longer, so you don’t have to repipe as frequently. With healthy pipes, you will also have fewer repairs, which will...

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Slab Leak Prevention: What Can You Do?

Slab Leak Prevention: What Can You Do? Slab leaks can be some of the worst plumbing problems to deal with. The leaks start under your concrete slab, so you don’t even know that there is a problem until there is extensive damage. Repairing your concrete foundation can...

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Old Pipes in an Aging Home

Old Pipes in an Aging Home It’s a big trend right now to buy older homes. These homes have unique designs and features that you just can’t find in newer homes. Plus, the rise of home improvement programming has made everyone want to be a property flipper. Amateurs...

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Old Home, Lead Pipes: What Do You Do?

Old Home, Lead Pipes: What Do You Do? Lead pipes used to be used in homes for plumbing. Lead is a strong material that is durable and resistant to corrosion. At the same time, lead is malleable enough that it can be easily installed. It was an ideal choice for...

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How to Know When It’s Time for a Repipe

How to Know When It’s Time for a Repipe You usually know when there’s a problem with your plumbing and you need to hire a plumber to make some repairs. But you may not know that you’re putting a band aid on a larger problem. You may not realize that your plumbing...

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Earthquake Plumbing Damage and How to Spot It

Earthquake Plumbing Damage and How to Spot It An earthquake will shake more than your nerves. Even small earthquakes can shake your home and its many components, which could result in major damage. You may not even know that there’s a problem until the damage has...

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Top 4 Causes of a Burst Pipe

Top 4 Causes of a Burst Pipe A leak has nothing on a burst pipe. A leak will trickle out slowly, giving you some time before the damage is too extensive. You can repair the leak and minimize the problem. But a burst pipe is an emergency situation. You suddenly have...

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Hard Water vs. Soft Water: Which is Better for Your Pipes?

You may have never had to think about whether your water is “hard” or “soft.” The idea might seem preposterous to you. How could water be hard anyway? The hardness of water refers to minerals that may be in it, such as calcium, lime, or iron. If water has more than...

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The Ultimate Guide to Slab Leaks

The Ultimate Guide to Slab Leaks Some homes are built directly on a concrete slab, or foundation, rather than on a concrete or wooden frame. Before these homes are built, an engineer must examine the soil to ensure that the ground is able to support the home over the...

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Galvanized Pipes and Why You Should Replace Them

Galvanized Pipes and Why You Should Replace Them Once upon a time, cast iron was used for just about everything – your sink, your tub, even your plumbing. But just like it fell out of favor for sinks and tubs, it also fell out of favor for plumbing. Not only was it...

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Grease and the Damage It Can Do to Your Plumbing

Grease and the Damage It Can Do to Your Plumbing You already know that grease can be a major pain in your plumbing. If too much grease gets into your pipes, it can settle there and block the flow of the water. You’ll be dealing with backed-up sinks with stinky bits of...

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The Significance of Repiping Your Home

The Significance of Repiping Your Home Most people don’t think about completely replacing their plumbing. Instead, they just deal with making repairs as they are needed. They tend to take a reactive rather than a proactive approach. But that can end up costing them a...

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6 Plumbing Hacks to Make Your Water Use More Efficient

6 Plumbing Hacks to Make Your Water Use More Efficient Conserving water isn’t just the right thing to do for the planet; it’s also the right thing to do for your pocketbook. The more efficient your plumbing is, the less you will spend on water each month. Depending on...

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6 Ways to Prevent Your Pipes from Freezing

6 Ways to Prevent Your Pipes from Freezing Freezing pipes are a common occurrence in the northern part of the country, so people there know what to do when it happens, and they know how to prevent it. But many people in California are used to warmer temperatures, so...

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How Cold Weather Can Threaten Your Pipes

How Cold Weather Can Threaten Your Pipes California has a reputation for sunny weather most of the year. But it’s a big state, and parts of it actually get quite cold. Some parts of the state even get snow. When the temperatures drop that low, you could get more than...

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4 Important Questions to Ask Your Repiping Specialist

4 Important Questions to Ask Your Repiping Specialist Repiping your home is a big job, and it’s one that you shouldn’t trust to just any plumber. You need to find a reputable repiping plumber from a highly respected repiping company, and you need to interview these...

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Maintenance Tips to Prevent a Plumbing Disaster

Maintenance Tips to Prevent a Plumbing Disaster Even small plumbing problems can cause hundreds of dollars in damage, both to your CA plumbing system and to your home. A plumbing disaster could result in thousands of dollars’ worth of damage, such as ruining your wood...

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3 Benefits of Repiping Your Home When Upgrading Appliances

3 Benefits of Repiping Your Home When Upgrading Appliances Have you been dreaming about a new dish washer? Or maybe you feel like your kitchen would finally be everything you want it to be if you got a garbage disposal? You may find that once you make the investment...

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Home Repipe: Make Your Plumbing Last

Home Repipe: Make Your Plumbing Last Repiping your home is very expensive – though it is a necessary expense. You need a healthy plumbing system to protect your home and to keep your expenses low. If you don’t take care of this new system, you will end up paying a lot...

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5 Symptoms of Noisy Pipes and How to Resolve Them

5 Symptoms of Noisy Pipes and How to Resolve Them Noisy pipes are never a good sign. You’re never going to hear humming or banging because everything is just going so well with your plumbing. The only thing you want to actually hear from your plumbing is the sound of...

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Plumber vs. Repiping Specialist: Who Should You Call?

Plumber vs. Repiping Specialist: Who Should You Call? You have low water pressure and can never seem to get a decent shower anymore, so what’s the problem? Do you have a clog somewhere, or is there a more pervasive problem? You may have a similar conundrum if you are...

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Top 5 Causes of Faulty Home Piping

Top 5 Causes of Faulty Home Piping Plumbing is one of those things that you don’t really think about until there’s a problem. You just expect things to work properly. Then you’re surprised when you get a leak or your water starts tasting bad for no apparent reason. A...

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House Remodel: A Guide to Re-piping Your Home

House Remodel: A Guide to Re-piping Your Home Most of the time, homeowners make the decision to remodel because they want to address cosmetic issues. They want a huge new kitchen with the latest fixtures and updated tile. They want a bathroom with a big, garden tub,...

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Moving In? Check The Plumbing Before You Sign Those Papers

Moving In? Check The Plumbing Before You Sign Those Papers You already know that when you shop for an older home, you are at risk of dealing with certain problems, like an HVAC system that isn’t energy-efficient or a roof that needs to be replaced. But you may look...

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3 Plumbing Upgrades to Complete before Selling Your Home

3 Plumbing Upgrades to Complete before Selling Your Home When you get ready to sell your home, you might think about upgrading things that get a lot of attention, like the countertops in the kitchen or the floors in the living room. But some of the most important...

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Measures to Take in the Event of a Slab Leak

Measures to Take in the Event of a Slab Leak Slab leaks can devastate your home, causing significant damage to your foundation that can undermine the stability of your home and cost you dearly in repairs. You may not even know that you have a leak in your slab until...

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Watch Out for These Dangers in Your Plumbing

Watch Out for These Dangers in Your Plumbing Even if your pipes are made of metal, they can wear down over time without the proper care. With wear, leaks can develop or the pipes can weaken so that the pressure eventually makes them burst. You can have a real mess on...

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How Does the Repiping Process Work?

How Does the Repiping Process Work? You may not want to think about it, but at some point, you will need to repipe your home. Plumbing is designed to be durable and dependable, but it is not indestructible. Over time, the pipes will wear down or become corroded. They...

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Is Home Repiping Covered by My Homeowner’s Insurance Policy?

Is Home Repiping Covered by My Homeowner’s Insurance Policy? Plumbing can be one of the most expensive things to replace in your home. Often, by the time you are considering repiping, you are dealing with constant leaks, corroded pipes, mineral deposits in your water,...

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Top 5 Reasons to Repipe Your Home

Top 5 Reasons to Repipe Your Home Most people don’t think about repiping their home. If they have a leak or a clogged drain, they call a CA plumber and expect to have the issue repaired and then move on. Having to replace all the plumbing in a home seems like a...

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4 Causes of Slab Leaks

4 Causes of Slab Leaks If your home is built on a concrete slab, your plumbing and electricity run through it. Those pipes and lines were put in place before the home was built, and the concrete was poured on top of them. If you get a plumbing leak in the concrete...

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Home Plumbing: Why Is It So Important?

Home Plumbing: Why Is It So Important? We take modern plumbing for granted. None of us has ever had to go fetch a pail of water. (Most children don’t even understand that old nursery rhyme about poor Jack anymore.) Yet without modern plumbing, our lives would be far...

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How Do I Know My Home Needs to Be Repiped?

How Do I Know My Home Needs to Be Repiped? You may not think much about your plumbing system until it breaks down, but it is always there, doing the silent work that you need it to do. Over time, it is aging just like everything else. You may not see it happening, but...

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What’s the Difference between Copper and PEX Repiping?

What’s the Difference between Copper and PEX Repiping? Remodeling your home should include remodeling the infrastructure, as well, such as the outdated plumbing system. But even if you’re not remodeling, your plumbing may be showing signs that it’s ready to be...

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Will a Minor Earthquake Damage Your Plumbing in San Clemente?

Will a Minor Earthquake Damage Your Plumbing in San Clemente? You may have gotten so used to earthquakes in Southern California that you don’t even really notice when they happen. It’s almost like a strong wind coming through – you get jostled, but it’s such a minor...

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5 Things You Should Do to Avoid a Plumbing Disaster

5 Things You Should Do to Avoid a Plumbing Disaster There are plenty of things you’re probably doing that you don’t even realize wreak havoc on your plumbing. Do you reach for the Drano whenever your sink gets clogged up? A lot of people do, and it’s actually terrible...

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Will Faulty Plumbing Damage My Property in Orange County?

Will Faulty Plumbing Damage My Property in Orange County? Water may be essential to life, but it is also one of the most destructive properties on Earth. It just doesn’t seem like it because it takes a long time for water to be damaging. But water that is left in the...

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Will Your Plumbing Survive an Earthquake?

Will Your Plumbing Survive an Earthquake? Living in California, you’re no stranger to earthquakes. But the majority of the time, the aftermath involves little more than picking up a few knick knacks that fell off the shelf. Occasionally, you may encounter a stronger...

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Common Piping Problems in Older San Diego Homes

Common Piping Problems in Older San Diego Homes When purchasing an older home in San Diego, much though is given to the look and feel of the home, but what about the inner workings? The arteries within the walls are just as, if not more, important than the superficial...

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5 Indications Your Water Pressure is Low

Every homeowner has experienced frustration at one point or another, when they turn on a faucet and either get a slow drip or an unexpected shower. Low water pressure makes every day activities, like laundry, dishes, and showering, frustrating and more time consuming...

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6 Signs You May Have a Plumbing Leak

Plumbing leaks can be a serious problem. They may be little more than a steady drip, but over time, those little drips can create a big puddle of water and extensive damage. Even small leaks can contribute to wood rot in your floors or walls, and they can encourage...

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How PEX Piping Revolutionized Re-Piping

PEX tubing refers to cross-linked polyethylene flexible tubing, which can be used in plumbing and other applications such as radiant heat flooring or baseboard heating. Not only is PEX piping less expensive than the traditional copper piping used in plumbing, but it...

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5 Things to Ask When Hiring the Best Re-Pipe Plumber

Re-piping gives you the opportunity to not only fix your home’s plumbing issues but to also improve your property’s performance. The right re-piping choices can reduce your property’s energy usage, can ensure consistent water pressure and temperature, and can reduce...

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Know Before You Buy: Are The Pipes Going Bad?

The plumbing in your home is of critical importance. Without it, you won’t have running water for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and bathing. If your plumbing experiences problems, you not only risk not having the steady supply of water you need, but you also will have...

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Uponor Solutions: Residential Plumbing

The First to Offer a Lead-free Plumbing System In 2009, Uponor was the first to offer a lead-free plumbing system from inlet to faucet. Today, our flexible, durable, crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) tubing coupled with our proven engineered polymer (EP) and lead-free*...

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