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What is in my water?

What is in my water?

Water in its purest form has no discernible color, flavor, or taste and can only be encountered very seldom in the wild. However, it's no secret that water often contains contaminants. Some of which are bad for humans, while others, like minerals, are beneficial. Several different things may contribute to water's impure quality. There are […]

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The pros and cons of replacing my cast icon plumbing

The pros and cons of replacing my cast icon plumbing

The Pros of Replacing Cast Iron Plumbing in Cape Canaveral Improved water pressure – over time, cast iron pipes can become clogged with rust and sediment, which can lead to reduced water pressure. Reduced chances of leaks – cast iron pipes are susceptible to leaks, which can cause water damage to the property. Improved drainage […]

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Plumbing tips heading into the fall season


Plumbing tips heading into the fall season


As the weather starts to cool down and we head into the fall season in Brevard County, there are a few things that you can do to make sure your plumbing is in tip-top shape. By following these simple tips, you can avoid any costly repairs and other issues for your Merritt Island, FL home […]

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Should I repair or replace my cast iron pipes?

Should I repair or replace my cast iron pipes?

Cast iron pipes are one of the most durable types of pipes used throughout Brevard Country, FL, but they don’t last forever. If you have cast iron pipes in your Cocoa, FL home, you may be wondering if you should repair or replace them. Here are some things to consider when making your decision: Age […]

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How To Stop Pipe Corrosion

Top 5 most common causes of pipe deterioration


1. Corrosion When specific metals come into touch with water and air, corrosion in metal pipes can occur. Corrosion is one of the most common causes of pipe deterioration, rust, and impairment. If you reside in an older home with original plumbing, your plumbing is at a very high risk of corrosion. 2. Tree Roots […]

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FAQs about tankless water heaters

FAQs about tankless water heaters

What Are The Most Common Problems With Tankless Water Heaters? The most common issues are sediment and mineral buildup that prevents water from flowing through, failure to ignite making the water heater unable to get hot, hot water fading to cold during back-to-back showers, and a hot water overload that prevents how much hot water […]

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Most recommended routine maintenance for plumbing

Most recommended routine maintenance for plumbing

Did you realize that your home's plumbing system accounts for around 15% of its overall value? That is a huge investment! DAILY PLUMBING MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST: Clear clogs ASAP to prevent deeper blockages in pipes Carefully choose what does and doesn’t go down the drains After using your disposal, run cold water for at least 15 […]

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Plumbing Repair vs Replacement

Plumbing Repair vs Replacement

Plumbing Repair vs Replacement The argument about "repair or replace." We are well familiar with it. Nobody wants to replace something that they could fix, but they also don't want to fix something that keeps breaking. But how does this concept apply to plumbing repair or replacement? Is It Constructed of Older Materials? Is your […]

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Common Plumbing Issues in Condominiums

Common Plumbing Issues in Condominiums

Condominium plumbing systems are notably more complex than are those in single-family homes and businesses. Although the pipework inside and around individual units are the responsibility of the resident or unit owner, those located in public areas are generally the responsibility of the property manager or owner. Below are the Most Common Plumbing Issues We […]

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Top Ways to Make Your Plumbing More Energy-Efficient


Top Ways to Make Your Plumbing More Energy-Efficient


Protect Your Pipes This one is really straightforward, but it's also easy to do and has a high-profit margin. Most pipe insulation is just foam that has been cut into lengths and attached to the pipes. There is also foam tape that may be manually wrapped around the pipes for awkward spaces. Replace that Old […]

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