Admiral Plumbing Services Blog : Archive for December, 2016

Plumbing Upgrades to Make in the New Year

Monday, December 26th, 2016

Plumbing repairs are perhaps the most frustrating home emergencies for many homeowners, especially if they are necessary somewhat frequently. This year, make a resolution to change that! Here are our suggestions on ways you can improve your plumbing system, minimize repairs, and make things easier on yourself and for your family in the new year.

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Check Your Water Bills for Signs of a Leak

Monday, December 19th, 2016

We want to help homeowners avoid major water leaks that could damage their properties. That’s why we recommend that you check your water bill for signs of a major leak, especially if you suspect a slab leak!

Slab leaks occur underneath the concrete foundation of a property, and they can do significant damage that costs a lot to repair. Learn one way to detect a leak here, and call a specialist for slab leak detection and repair services in North Palm Beach, FL.

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Contaminants that Could Be in Your Water Supply

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Nobody wants to drink dirty water, but it may be out of your control. If you get your water from the city, it goes through a treatment system to eliminate common contaminants found in your area and ensure the water is safe to drink.

However, there is typically still an acceptable level of contamination allowed to make it through. Yikes! Have your water tested as soon as possible, and consider installing your own water treatment system if any of these issues come up.

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3 Reasons a Well Pump Fails

Monday, December 5th, 2016

As a trusted plumbing service in Lake Worth, FL, want to help everyone keep all the most important components of their plumbing systems in excellent condition. And if you use a well pump to get your water (rather than the city’s supply), you know that this is the component of your home plumbing you cannot go without.

When a well pump fails, you don’t have any means of delivering water to your faucets. Today, we want to let you know about a few common reasons well pumps fail, so that you can take the proper steps to protect yours or schedule a replacement before you are without water.

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