Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC Blog : Archive for October, 2015

Running Toilets Waste Water: Get Yours Fixed Today!

Monday, October 26th, 2015

A sizable leak from a running toilet can potentially waste hundreds of gallons of water per day. When your toilet is leaking, it’s important that you repair the problem or replace the toilet as soon as possible. And much of the time, it takes a professional plumber to be able to do this properly. However, there are some steps you can take to monitor your toilet and test for leaks between the tank and the bowl, which may not always be so apparent.

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Why It’s a Good Idea to Replace a Water Heater Before It Fails

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Although your water heater may not have failed just yet, we recommend that many customers replace their water heaters before this happens. Replacing a water heater early on eliminates the hassle that goes along with a completely broken down system, and a new water heater may even save you money on your monthly utilities. Learn more in our short guide below!

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Don’t Let an Amateur Install Your New Water Heater

Monday, October 12th, 2015

When you need a new water heater, it certainly won’t be an inexpensive undertaking. You may try to save some money by allowing a friend or relative to install your water heater for you. But if this person does not work for a reputable plumbing company or have years of experience on the job, it might not be worth what you save. Take a look at why you should only hire a professional plumber for any water heater installation or service.

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Trenchless Pipe Lining: How Does It Work?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Have you been told that your sewer pipes need replacing in order to restore your drain and sewer system? Were you given an unreasonably long timeline for the job by a local plumbing company? Are you troubled by the idea of a huge mess in your yard? Trenchless pipe lining may be the service for you. Not all plumbers offer trenchless services for sewer pipes, but this service can make the idea of pipeline repair a lot less troublesome. Find out more below!

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