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How to Prevent Mold in Your Bathroom

Posted on August 11, 2021 by Melbourne Plumber

Mold is an every day part of life for people living in tropical climates like Florida. Even if you do not currently have a mold issue, you have probably run into one in the past. In an environment like ours which is humid, rainy and warm most of the year, you will encounter mold. Although there are many types of mold, the main concern for humans is Stachybotrys, aka, black mold. This mold loves to form on anything organic and wet. Those conditions are found perfectly inside a home. But even if the mold isn't black, it can effect us ...

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Maintenance You Can Do During Quarantine

Posted on May 14, 2020 by Melbourne Plumber

We have seen the country on a full lock-down for almost two months now because of the corona-virus pandemic. While some states are getting things running again, many states and industries have not been cleared to do so. We though that writing a blog about plumbing maintenance that you can do while on lock-down would be a good idea. Clean Your Shower Heads We often forget about the shower head even though we use it every day. The shower head can get clogged by buildup. A clogged shower head means that the water isn't able to run smoothly through it ...

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Tips to Reduce Allergens and Mold in Your Home

Posted on August 14, 2019 by Melbourne Plumber

Plumbing directly involves the bringing in of freshwater to a home and the removal of wastewater. Many times we run into areas around leaking plumbing that has mold. Mold is a leading cause for allergies. With this in mind we decided to write this article on tips that will help prevent mold and other allergens from being present inside your home. (more…)

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Signs There is a Problem with Main Sewer Line

Posted on August 14, 2018 by Melbourne Plumber

The main sewer line connects your home system to the main sewer. It is usually run under your from yard toward the street in front of your house and may run under the driveway. Problems do occur with this connection and this article will discuss some of the signs and symptoms that there may be a problem with your main sewer line. Slow drainage: Although this doesn't mean you definitely have a problem with your main line it is one of the symptoms. It is best to try to see if there is a clog in your drains first.  (more…)

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