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Water Leak Detection

Regardless of whether you’re a homeowner, business owner, or landlord, plumbing leaks can be one of the toughest problems to fix and maintain. Leaks can happen in many places i.e. pipes, drain pipes, water lines, and sewers. It’s important to find the source of the leak so you can begin to work on the damage. Allow the professionals at City Plumbing to assist you in this matter. Signs you might have a leak When pip leaks are increasing the cost of your water bill, you will want to check to make sure that the problem is associated to a...

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Top Six Must Have Water Saving Fixtures For Your Home

We’re all looking for ways to save. Save time, save money, save resources. This is especially important where water is concerned. Massive droughts and an ever changing climate means we need to do as much as possible to combat the issues. For some assistance, we’ve compiled a list of the absolute best water saving features to put in your home today so you can start saving money and water. Low Flow Toilets They’ve been around for a while, but unless your commode breaks, you don’t often think of replacing it, right? Well, you should. Replacing one toilet in your...

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Most Common Plumbing Mistakes

Plumbing. It’s a thing. It’s a very vital thing. Have you ever spent any amount of time out in the woods without it? Enough said. It’s also one of the larger headaches of homeownership. When it’s working fine, it probably doesn’t even register on your radar. But when a pipe bursts or the toilet no longer flushes the way it used to it becomes a pain (fully intentional pun ahead) in the drain. Sometimes the issues are a result of old equipment reaching the end of its life. Other times, it’s user error. While you can’t prevent every issue...

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5 Tips From The Pros

Plumbing is one of those things that no one really wants to mess with because, let’s be honest, the problems are usually a big ol’ mess. Whether it’s snaking hair and gunk out of your drain, or having to stick your hand in parts of a toilet, no one really wants to be the one to do that job. This is why we have plumbers. Okay, the actual utility of plumbing and water in your household is complex and more often than not needs an expert to diagnose and repair issues. In that same token, plungers are commonly owned...

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Low Flow Toilets: Pros and Cons

Going Green is at the forefront of any homeowner’s mind. Not only does the choice to Go Green help protect the environment, but it can save you money in the long run. As climate science continues to urge us all to think of and implement ways to be more resource efficient, technology is equally giving us the means to do so. One precious resource we could all stand to conserve is water. Your bathroom is a great place to start and high-efficiency, low-flow toilets have got you covered. But what’s the full sitch? Are they a good addition to...

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