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Plumbers: Back Then, Today, and Tomorrow

When talking about any profession, most people tend to focus on the here and now. That's understandable. it's really important to know what's going on in the present tense. But you are missing out on some vital information if you never read and learn about the history of a profession. This applies to plumbing, in particular. You can really further your understanding of the profession by knowing how it began and what changes have been made over the years. That's why we sometimes reference the history of plumbing on this blog. We'll also dive into the future of the profession from time to time because, after all, you have to know where you're headed.

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Plumbers: Back Then, Today, and Tomorrow

    Assessing The Condition Of Your Sewer Line

    Having a sewer line inspected can reveal valuable information about the condition of this line and the potential problems that it may be experiencing. When it comes to these inspections, video systems can be among the most convenient options available. Myth: A Sewer Line Inspection Will Damage Your Landscaping A reason that a homeowner may not decide to have a sewer line inspection completed is due to the belief that this will cause immense damage to their landscaping.

    Water Heating Solutions For The Hospitality Industry

    As a hotel or motel owner, your primary concern is the comfort of your guests when they visit your premises. There are many ways you can guarantee them a comfortable and memorable stay at your facilities. One significant way is by creating a warm and comforting environment by investing in heating solutions. You will want cost-effective, convenient, and stylish heating and ventilation systems to keep you and your clients happy. However, choosing a water heating system is not easy, primarily when targeting maximum client satisfaction.

    Things To Consider When You Install A Water Heater

    Installing a water heater may sound like installing any other appliance in your home, but this is not necessarily the case. In fact, installing a new water heater is often more of a task than many people think. These four tips will help you install your water heater correctly on your first attempt. Leave Plenty of Space One of the first things you need to do is leave plenty of space around the water heater.

    Well Pump Care 101: Things To Know

    When you're having a well drilled on your property, one of the most important components of that system is the well pump. In fact, without the right well pump, you may face water delivery issues that negate many benefits of having your own independent water source. That's why it's important that you take steps to protect your well pump beginning right after its installation. Here's a look at some of the things that you need to know.

    Does Your Well Pump Need To Be Replaced Or Repaired?

    Your well pump is a very important and vital part of your well system. A well pump collects water from the earth and moves it to your home by a network of pipes. If you don't have a functioning well pump you won't have clean water in your house. When well owners find their pumps malfunctioning, they figure that they can either replace or repair them. But how can you tell which is the correct choice?

    4 Pro Steps To Dewinterize Your Air Conditioner When The Cold Season Is Over

    The air-conditioning system plays a fundamental role during spring and summer. For that reason, you need to ensure the unit is in good shape before the onset of the hot season. One way to achieve that is by dewinterizing the system once the cold season is over.  Failing to dewinterize your air conditioner can lead to inefficiencies and even devastating breakdowns in the dead of spring. Below are some valuable dewinterization guidelines plumbers recommend: 

    Damp Flooring In A Slab-On-Grade Home: Do You Need To Have It Waterproofed?

    Waterproofing is most often associated with keeping basements and crawlspaces dry, but slab-on-grade homes need waterproofing as well. This is most often done during construction — the slab is poured on top of a vapor barrier that prevents water in the soil underneath from rising up into the slab. Unfortunately, not all slab-on-grade homes were built this way, and some may have damaged vapor barriers that still allow water into the concrete slab.

    A Bad Condenser Fan Motor Allows Your AC To Overheat And Shut Down

    The fan motor in your condenser works hard all summer. It has to start the fan blades and keep them turning, so it gets a lot of use every time your AC kicks on. If the motor goes bad, your air conditioner won't keep you cool, and you'll need to call an air conditioner repair service for help. Here are signs the AC fan motor is bad and how it's replaced.