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Standing Water And Your AC: What You Need To Know

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Your home’s air conditioner doubles as a dehumidifier. It pulls excess moisture from the air, which is then routed through the system and out of the condensate drain. When everything is working properly, this excess moisture should drain away outdoors and pose no issues. If you find water indoors, such as damp carpet or wet wallboards near the location of the external unit, then you may have a problem. Standing water around your external AC unit is also a sign of problems. Read More»

Is Your Plumbing Leading To Ceiling Mold?

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When you see ceiling mold, chances are your first thought likely is that your roof is going bad. While this is a potential cause of roof mold, it’s actually much more likely that it’s something that’s gone wrong with the plumbing in your home. If you’ve had the roof checked and no issues have been discovered, then here’s the most likely culprit behind your mold issues. How Plumbing Can Impact Your Ceiling Read More»

Do You Have A Septic Emergency?

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A septic system serves as an efficient way to deal with household waste that is not connected to city water or sewer lines. If your home is equipped with a septic tank system, then you are responsible for identifying issues and contacting a professional as quickly as possible to have them repaired to ensure your service is not interrupted. Keep reading to learn of a few signs that indicate you have a septic emergency on your hands. Read More»

Foul Smell Coming From Your Front Yard? It Could Be A Sewer Line Problem

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When homeowners think about their home’s plumbing, their minds often go to the indoor pipes that allow water to come in and leave the house. But there’s more to it than that. There’s also the sewer line, which resides outdoors. If you’ve been noticing a foul odor, like excrement or decay, coming from your front yard, it’s a fairly strong sign that something is wrong with your sewer line. Here’s what you need to know about this problem. Read More»

How A Residential Water Softener Installation Is Performed

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Well water must be periodically tested to ensure it is still safe for consumption, but all water that comes from municipal supplies is safe to drink. However, even though your water is safe, you might run into other problems with it. Water can have higher or lower mineral content, depending on its source. When water contains a lot of minerals such as calcium, it’s said to be hard water. Hard water often leaves mineral residue behind when it evaporates, which can leave your hair or skin feeling dirty. Read More»