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Tag: Pipes

Do You Know What Your Home’s Plumbing Pipes Are Made Of?

Thursday, February, 15th, 2018 at 12:15 pm by larrysons-seequs

Do you know what materials were used to make the plumbing pipes inside your home? If you don’t you are at a bit of a disadvantage. The material your pipes are made from affects your entire plumbing system. Some materials last for several decades while others need to be replaced more frequently. Let’s take a closer look at some of the materials used to make plumbing pipes. Plumbing Pipe Materials Lead If you live in [Read More...]

3 Benefits of Summer Drain Cleaning

Friday, June, 23rd, 2017 at 9:36 am by larrysons-seequs

When’s the last time you gave your drains some TLC? If it has been a while since your last drain cleaning, you may want to think about scheduling a summer drain cleaning. Summer drain cleaning is just as important and beneficial as spring cleaning, but most people forget about it. If you want to prevent clogs and ensure that waste and wastewater can flow freely away from your home, you need to have your drains [Read More...]

Choosing the Right Plumbing Pipe for the Project | Pipe Types

Friday, September, 4th, 2015 at 9:52 am by larrysons-seequs

Under the house, in the walls, and arriving at many different fixtures, plumbing pipes are everywhere.  Pipes run between appliances and out of the house and they come in different shapes, sizes, and materials.  Some of them carry gas and others carry water. Knowing the different plumbing pipes in your home will help you to identify problems before they become problems and choose the right type of pipe for your home. Knowing which materials are [Read More...]

A Hanover Plumber Guide: Plumbing Noises

Monday, December, 12th, 2011 at 8:00 am by siteadmin

Under ideal conditions, you would hear nothing from your Hanover plumbing system except the sound of running water when you turn on the tap. Unfortunately, that is not always what actually happens. In fact, your plumbing...