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Increase Water Quality with Pipe Replacements in Melbourne Florida

Posted on January 2, 2018 by Melbourne Plumber

Over time, metal piping systems corrode resulting in poor water pressure, failing joints, multiple leaks, discolored or rusty water, and potential flooding. These problems are not only solved with Plastic Pex pipe replacement, but it helps prevent future problems by using modern plastic pipe materials for your upgraded potable water system. Benefits of Pipe Replacement in Melbourne Improvement of the quality and flow of your home’s drinking water Prevention of potential devastating leaks that may result in costly damage to your home Avoid future problems caused by corrosion when upgrading to modernized plastic piping (more…)

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24 Hour Emergency Plumbing Assistance

Posted on October 2, 2017 by Melbourne Plumber

When it is after normal business hours and your tub or toilet is leaking all over the place, something is broken or you are not having any luck with getting the leak in the pipes to stop; speaking with a plumber might be your own option. You have to give them a call to find out how they’re able to help you. With their help, even in the middle of the night, you can rest assured that your home is not going to be ruined due to the water that is leaking in from the pipes or other appliances. 24 ...

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Causes of a Leaky Faucet

Posted on June 15, 2017 by Melbourne Plumber

Hearing the occasional drip from your faucet is actually a rather common plumbing issue.  While you might have learned to ignore it, even a slow drip can lead to a serious plumbing problem later on for your Melbourne, Florida home.  Here are a few issues that might be causing your leaky faucet. High Water Pressure When you notice a leak in your faucet, pay attention to what time of day it happens.  Does it happen at night, or when no one else is home?  This could mean that your water pressure is too high.  When no other fixtures are being ...

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Warning Signs that You Need a New Water Heater

Posted on March 2, 2017 by Melbourne Plumber

If you have an older hot water heater in your home, it’s possible that you’ll need to replace it soon. It’s important to get a new hot water heater put in your home before you run into any serious issues with it, and here are the most common signs that your time for replacement is approaching quickly. Banging or Creaking An old water heater will bang and creak when it operates. This is because the sediment that has collected at the bottom of the tank is burnt off when it contacts the heating element in the heater. This creates loud ...

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Signs You Need Help from a Professional Plumber

Posted on December 6, 2016 by Melbourne Plumber

It’s good to try and fix minor issues around your home that have to do with your plumbing system if you’re trying to save some money. A running toilet or a toilet that doesn’t flush properly is something that you can probably fix on your own. A minor faucet leak or a clog in a sink pipe is something you might be able to handle on your own as well. However, there is a line that every homeowner crosses where they should hand the problem off to a plumber with experience. Here’s a list of signs when you should be ...

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The Benefits of a Tankless Water Heater

Posted on November 29, 2016 by Melbourne Plumber

A tankless water heater is an upgrade that most homeowners around the world should be considering. It comes with a wide range of benefits, many of which you probably haven’t even considered. If you’re thinking about getting a tankless heater, or it’s just time to replace your hot water heater and you’re researching your options, it makes a lot of sense to take a moment to learn about the benefits of a tankless setup. Here’s a quick overview of the main ones for you to think about. Save You Space If you live in a smaller apartment or a home ...

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Why You Should Have a Florida Plumber Help You Install a Dish Washer

Posted on September 29, 2016 by Melbourne Plumber

If your home doesn’t yet include a dishwasher, or if you have an aging machine that probably needs replacing it’s worth your time and money to have a Florida plumber put one in for you. There are several major benefits of having one of these devices in your kitchen, and we’ll quickly overview some of the most important ones for you to think about. Save Water While it might seem counterintuitive, most studies suggest that a modern-day dishwasher will use up much less water than washing all the dishes by hand. Of course, if you are very careful to conserve ...

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Is Annual Maintenance from a Florida Plumber Worth the Cost?

Posted on September 5, 2016 by Melbourne Plumber

If you have a plumber that you deal with regularly, you may have been offered an annual maintenance deal that you at least considered paying for. Whether or not you are paying for such a service currently, it’s important to take the time to learn whether such a service makes sense for your home, and if you should really have one in place to protect your house and all the plumbing that runs through it. So is hiring a Florida plumber on an annual maintenance contract worth the cost? Inspect Your Home It’s amazing how many areas of your home ...

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Basic Maintenance You Can Handle Without a Florida Plumber

Posted on August 29, 2016 by Melbourne Plumber

Every plumbing system must be maintained regularly in order for it to function properly. If you aren’t doing this maintenance yourself, you’ll need to hire someone else to do it for you, or deal with repair costs when your systems finally fail. Below are the most common tasks that you can complete yourself, and they are very easy to do. Clean Calcium Buildups One of the most common reasons that faucets and other fixtures start to slow down over time is because of calcium buildups. As you run water through these fixtures the minerals from that solution begin to clog ...

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Should I Replace My Old Pipes?

Posted on March 8, 2016 by Melbourne Plumber

If you live in an older home, built prior to the 60’s, your plumbing system is different than newer homes that use copper or PVC pipes and fittings.  If you haven’t already, then you will need to seriously consider replacing your pipes with newer more efficient ones.  It may not be as big of an undertaking as you may be dreading, but it needs to be done to avoid costly repairs from leaks or busted pipes. Galvanized Pipes  Galvanized steel pipes are prone to corrosion.  They are known for developing hard water deposits as a result of the corrosion.  As ...

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