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  • Is a Sump Pump a Good Installation for My Home?

    A sump pump is a plumbing installation designed to protect the lower parts of a home from the dangers of flooding and moisture build-up. A sump pump consists of the electronically-powered pump itself, ... Read Article

February Posts

  • Is a Sump Pump a Good Installation for My Home?

    A sump pump is a plumbing installation designed to protect the lower parts of a home from the dangers of flooding and moisture build-up. A sump pump consists of the electronically-powered pump itself, and a collection point excavated to collect the water, which is known as the ... Read Article
  • Should My Boiler Be Leaking?

    Boilers are a great way to provide even, clean, and effective warmth to a house. Boilers also have the advantage of needing only a small number of repairs when compared to a furnace or a heat pump. But that doesn't mean a boiler won't sometimes run into trouble. For example, if ... Read Article
  • Objects That Can Damage Your Ejector Pump

    If your home use an ejector pump to remove wastewater from the house to reach the municipal sewer system (or a septic tank), it's vital that this appliance continues to work at all times. If the ejector pump fails, it will mean sewage backup into your home, creating an unhygienic ... Read Article
  • Signs That It's Time to Replace Your Toilet

    The toilet is an essential plumbing fixture in any house. You know you can't through a single day without one! But have you ever thought about replacing the toilet that's currently in your bathroom(s)? Although a toilet is a sturdy plumbing a fixture, it isn't indestructible, nor ... Read Article
  • Strange Smells Coming from Your Furnace: What They Might Mean

    We're well into the winter, and that means you've probably been using your furnace to keep your family comfortable for a good stretch already. During this time, make sure to pay attention to any signs that your furnace is starting to malfunction... you don't want to have break ... Read Article
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