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3 Ways to Avoid Plumbing Problems When Purchasing an Older Home

If you’ve decided to forego the plumbing inspection on your pre-existing home purchase, you need to rethink your decision. There could be hidden plumbing problems that you’ll want to know about before you make an investment. Before you purchase an older home, conduct the following tests to identify potential plumbing issues.

4 Reasons to Choose PEX Lines for Your Commercial Facility

Whether you need water-supply lines in a new structure or need to retrofit the lines in an older building, cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) lines can improve your facility’s operation and its plumbing system. Here are four reasons to use PEX piping for new or replacement plumbing in your commercial facility. 1. PEX Can Reduce Hot Water […]

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Facts About Pipe Bursting And Pull-In-Place Sewer Lines

Pipe bursting and pull-in-place pipe installation are two techniques used in trenchless pipe repair. If your underground sewer pipes are deteriorated or fractured, these methods may be employed to fix the problem. Here’s more information about pipe bursting and pull-in-place pipe replacement.

5 Plumbing Tasks to Do Before Renting Out Your Property

You can make a great profit on your real estate investment if you rent out your property. But as a landlord, you’re responsible for ensuring all plumbing in the home is sound and safe for your renters and you’ll be responsible for all future plumbing repairs as well. Have the following five plumbing tasks done […]

3 Common Plumbing Problems Found by Home Inspectors

The time between having your offer accepted and closing can be crucial for determining if the house you hope to buy will be a good investment. During this period, a licensed, experienced professional should inspect all elements of the home including the roof, HVAC, foundation, and electrical systems to ensure they are in good condition. […]