Admiral Plumbing Services Blog : Archive for September, 2015

What to Do About a Leaky Toilet

Monday, September 28th, 2015

It’s a frustrating issue that many of us have had to deal with: a leaky toilet. In many cases, you’ll need a professional to repair your toilet for you. But if you have a quality plumber in your area who puts the customer first and arrives promptly with all of the right tools for the job, this shouldn’t be too much of a problem. First, however, you’ll need to do something to control the leak. Learn what to do and some possible causes of a leaky toilet in this quick guide.

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Where Can You Get a Discontinued 65-Gallon and Up Electric Water Heater?

Monday, September 21st, 2015

The U.S. government often looks for ways to help us reduce our environmental footprints and save energy inside of our homes and businesses. Recently, new government regulations via the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) have mandated that water heater manufacturers can no longer make electric water heaters of a certain size. However, because this has a big effect on many homes and commercial properties, contractors are still allowed to sell and install these units—although there is a limited supply left.

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Professional Pipe Lining Service: Why Trenchless Sewer Repair Is the Way to Go

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Sewer line issues are some of the most troubling problems a homeowner can come across. There is often a bit of a troubling smell that goes along with a sewer line leak, and you may have sewage backing up into your home, eliminating your ability to use your plumbing system. All in all, you’ll need a trained professional to do the job if you want the problem to be resolved quickly. But if you don’t call the right person for the task, the repair can be frustrating as well. We explain why you should choose a professional who uses the trenchless pipe lining method for sewer repair in this guide. For more information, call our experts!

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Get a Large Electric Tank Water Heater While You Still Can!

Monday, September 14th, 2015

New energy efficiency changes cause electrical system installation standards to shift frequently. Recently, the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act deemed it necessary to stop the manufacture of electric water heaters of a certain size due to concerns over the amount of energy they use to run. Standard electric water heaters over 55 gallons in volume are no longer permitted for production, although they can still be purchased and installed.

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