What You Need to Know About a Home Irrigation System

Posted on: 13 April 2016

Getting the right home irrigation system can mean having a lush, green lawn and healthy garden and landscaping without having to worry about actually standing on the lawn with a hose or having to manually switch on the sprinklers. A home irrigation system can offer you more features and options than you may realize, but it can be worth it to investigate each of these features so you know which are right for your home and your outdoor plants.
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3 Common Solar Water Heater Problems and How to Fix Them

Posted on: 17 March 2016

Solar water heaters generate heat from the sun to supply hot water for use in many residential areas. They require proper maintenance and repair service to keep them running at peak level. Here are a number of common problems associated with solar water heaters and possible solutions for them. Circulation problems Water circulation problems often occur when the solar panel controls are incorrectly connected. If the solar power controls are turned on but the circulation pump is not running, the pump impeller may be clogged and needs cleaning.
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Does Your Blocked Bathtub Drain Leave Standing Water? Find Out How You Can Fix It

Posted on: 14 March 2016

A clogged bathtub drain is not something you want to have in your home. What's even more frustrating is a bathtub drain that is blocked with standing water. When a bathtub drain blocks with standing water, you will have the level of water reaching your feet, and sometimes it can even go higher, forming a mini pool in your tub. It's important to deal with this kind of blocked drain because standing water can be a source of other problems in your house.
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4 Signs That a Main Sewer Line Is Clogged

Posted on: 17 December 2015

If you have noticed a foul smell in the yard, plumbing fixtures acting oddly, or multiple plumbing issues around the same time, you might be dealing with a main sewer line clog. Unlike a clog in your shower or kitchen sink, a main sewer drain clog is considered an emergency. It can cause raw sewage to come back up your drains and lead to a lot of damage. It is important to know the signs of this type of clog so you can get an emergency plumber out right away.
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