Homeowners don’t usually consider the water and sewer pipes in the walls of their homes. The water is generally flowing and comes on demand, and the lines aren’t given a second thought until there is a problem. With a little regular care and avoiding certain products in your pipes, you can prolong the life of…

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Your home plumbing is comprised of two different types of pipes: water supply pipes and drain-waste-vent pipes. Water supply lines bring water into your home, first passing through the meter and then divided into cold water for immediate use and hot water that will go into the water heater before coming to your faucet. Drain-waste-vent-pipes…

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If you’re a homeowner, you know how expensive some plumbing repairs can be. And if you’re a handy homeowner, you might often make (or attempt to make) those repairs yourself to save money. While many repairs are simple enough to handle on your own, some require knowledge of building and plumbing codes that the average…

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If your home was built before the 1970s and has never been remodeled, or if you’re constantly having plumbing issues, it’s highly likely the pipes need replacing. But the cost of replacing a home’s plumbing can be quite high, so it’s important to recognize when the time has come. Here are five signs that your…

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Plumbing problems are never welcome. You know how it goes. You’re hosting guests over the weekend and a toilet overflows. Or a pipe under the kitchen sink decides to spring a minor leak on a major holiday. Or maybe you just can’t stand the way the caulking around the bathtub looks and decide to redo…

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