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When to Replace a Kitchen Appliance

Posted on January 31, 2023 by Melbourne Plumber

If your appliance has crossed over 10 years, you need to replace them as soon as possible. Several experts have recommended some calculations, and the estimated repair cost is almost half the cost of a new appliance. Now, don't you think it is better to buy a new appliance rather than keep repairing the old one? Sometimes, there is a minor fault in an appliance that could be fixed. These types of issues can be solved by repairing them. But you can't deny the fact that eventually, the appliances, at some point, need to be replaced, especially when it starts ...

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Dishwasher Not Draining?

Posted on December 9, 2022 by Melbourne Plumber

One of the many appliances we have in the modern area which helps make our lives a little bit easier is the dishwasher. This device sprays your dirty dishes down with water and detergent then rinses and dries them as well. Your dishes come out (mostly) spotless and sanitized. Modern dishwashers are really something to behold. When modern appliances like dishwashers start to malfunction we are often burdened by this inconvenience. Toaster not toasting bread that well anymore? Garbage disposal getting clogged? Dishwasher not draining anymore? These are all annoying events. Today we will be speaking about the latter of ...

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Is it Worth Getting a Tankless Water Heater?

Posted on October 12, 2022 by Melbourne Plumber

The tankless water heater is one which heats water on demand. They come in electric and natural gas varieties. The gas tankless water heater is a better idea because we have seen customers have to pay an electrician premium prices to install a power line which can handle the power draw. Natural gas tankless water heaters only require a gas line and that is something most any licensed plumber can work on for you. Tankless water heaters can run from $300 - $3500 depending on the size and brand name. People usually hire a professional to install them because it ...

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8 Common Problems Seen Within Plumbing

Posted on September 27, 2022 by Melbourne Plumber

Whether you rent or own a home, you will likely be faced with a plumbing problem at least once. However, many of the problems seen that involve plumbing will not be detectable right away. When these problems are not addressed, this can result in major repairs. Normally, an issue with the plumbing will be caused by age and normal wear. While it may seem simple to fix the problems, it is better to leave them to the pros. With that, below we have listed some common problems seen within plumbing. Faucets that Leak A leaky faucet is a big deal ...

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Broken Glass in Garbage Disposal

Posted on August 29, 2022 by Melbourne Plumber

  If you have lived in a house or apartment with a garbage disposal for any length of time, chances are you have had a glass or dish break in the sink. If this has happened to you for the first time and you found this article because you don't know what to do, we are glad to help. The first thing you need to do is to not panic. The solution to this problem may be much easier than you anticipated. Check out our steps below to removing glass from your garbage disposal. What you will need: Needle nose ...

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Signs that Your Sewer Line May Need Repair

Posted on November 5, 2021 by Melbourne Plumber

No homeowner wants to deal with major catastrophic damage in or around their home. This is because it can get pretty expensive and all the work being done can really affect your daily life. Before an issue gets to be catastrophic, it can be nipped in the bud as they say. Today we are discussing sewer lines. These exit pipes from your home go fully unnoticed when functioning properly. But when they fail to perform, the results are noticeable right away. Usually a sewer line will be totally collapsed or failing in other ways before people address the problem. It ...

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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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Water Heater Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on July 14, 2021 by Melbourne Plumber

The water heater is an invaluable device to have in the 21st century home. Once considered a luxury, having instant access to hot water is now considered a necessity. Can you imagine all the complaints a hotel would receive if their water heater went out for just 24 hours? In this article we would like to go over some of the most common questions concerning water heaters and then answer them as well. Q. What is the best temperate to keep my hot water heater? A. The temperature to keep your water heater is 120 degrees. This is the temperature ...

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Camera Diagnostic Tool – What we Look for

Posted on February 17, 2021 by Melbourne Plumber

As you may know, plumbers use small camera which stuck to the end of movable, prodding device in order to see what is going on within a pipe, behind a wall, or any other hard-to-reach area. The amount of money this can save the customer varies but it can be thousands of dollars. Before the advent of the tiny camera, plumbers would often need to knock a hole in your wall or floor to get to the pipes. And this was all just to have a look. As you can imagine this was a very costly undertaking. So, what exactly ...

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To Re-Pipe or Not to Re-Pipe

Posted on February 2, 2021 by Melbourne Plumber

If you live in Florida and have a house that has some age to it, you will run into a piping problem if you have not already. Our warm and humid climate aids the natural degradation and corrosion of pipes that were installed decades ago. If your home is decades old and has never been re-piped, this is something you may have to do in the near future. You can contact a professional plumber and have them look at your piping to tell you what kind of pipe you have, what kind of life it has left, what pipe they ...

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