Emergency Plumbing Part 2

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In my last article I touched on what constitutes emergency plumbing.

In this article, I would like to approach emergency plumbing from a different angle. Today I would like to discuss some of the most common plumbing emergencies, and what you can do to sort . . . → Read More:

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What is an Emergency Plumbing Repair?

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The question of what constitutes emergency plumbing is an interesting one.  It is also important for a number of reasons.  Let’s start with the most broad definition, and its application.

Here in California we have a law that states that any time someone comes to your home to sell you . . . → Read More:

Diagnosing an Upstairs Plumbing Leak

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Diagnosing an upstairs plumbing leak can actually be a lot trickier than a lot of people may think.  In fact, when I worked for Allstar Plumbing, one of the questions we asked every potential employee during the interview process was how to properly perform this diagnosis.  Even when making the scenario fairly . . . → Read More:

Plumbing 101a | Flow vs Pressure

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As a service plumber, one of the most common plumbing problems that I have been asked to diagnose is low “water pressure”.  The reason that I put “water pressure” in quotes is because what a customer thinks is low water pressure is quite often actually low flow.  There is a difference, and . . . → Read More:

Plumbing 101|Residential Drain Plumbing

Plumbing Drain-lines (Remodle)

 

Quite often a home owner’s first experience with a plumbing problem is when a drain in their home backs up.  Knowing how your drainage system works and the most common causes of back-up problems with different drain lines can really help you when it comes time to get your . . . → Read More: