Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC Blog : Archive for the ‘Bathroom Plumbing’ Category

Could Your Bathroom Plumbing Use an Upgrade?

Monday, January 7th, 2019

large bathroomChances are, when you think of remodeling your home, your bathrooms probably don’t come as the first priority. But the right bathroom renovation to retrofit older fixtures, plumbing, and even your surfaces can have a number of benefits. It improves your home’s value, for one. Also, it helps make the space easier to use and more visually appealing for you in the meantime.

Plus, upgrading to newer plumbing can help its efficiency and prevent a plumbing emergency later on (for instance, if you need repiping, which we’ll get to below). Of course, if you are planning a job of this caliber, it’s very important that you contact a professional plumber in Port St. Lucie, FL to ensure no mistakes are made. In the meantime, we’ve shared with you below some of our ideas for bathroom upgrades you might benefit from.

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Conserve Water: Contact Us for a Dye Test for Your Toilet

Monday, October 31st, 2016

Yes, even in an area where we get plenty of rain, it’s important to conserve as much water as possible. Water supplies on the earth are not unlimited, and everyone should do their part to reduce water waste as much as possible.

Unfortunately, some homeowners don’t realize that they are wasting water. They may do their best to take shorter showers and turn off the water in the sinks when they’re not using it for any period of time. But hidden leaks around the home drain water unexpectedly.

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Are You Flushing Away Your Money?

Monday, September 26th, 2016

We want to help homeowners to make environmentally-responsible choices and save money by reducing water waste around the home. Plumbing leaks waste a whole lot of water each year. In fact, the average household may contribute to about 10,000 gallons of water wasted each year!

Some of these household leaks, like a leak in the pipe behind the shower wall, are urgent. Getting repairs as soon as possible is necessary or you may end up losing quite a bit of money on repair costs, since the resulting water damage could be extensive.

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Do I Need to Call a Plumber for This Toilet Clog?

Monday, September 5th, 2016

It’s tedious to attempt to fix a clogged toilet. You might have to use a lot of strength to dislodge the clog. And in the end, it’s possible that your plunger just isn’t enough. So how do you know whether your toilet clog is truly a DIY job or if you need the help of a trained, experienced plumber to really tackle the problem?

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Test Your Toilet for Leaks

Monday, August 15th, 2016

Your toilet might be using far more water than it needs to! Modern day toilets only use about 1.6 gallons of water per flush, a vast improvement over toilets manufactured in the 1980s, which used about 3.5 gallons of water per flush or more! But whether or not you have a modern low-flush toilet, yours could potentially waste a lot of water.

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Upgrade to a Comfort Height Toilet for Back Pain

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Some people upgrade their toilets because the old one shows too many signs of aging, affecting the look of a bathroom. Others do so because the old toilet has actually sprung a leak. Or you might upgrade a toilet if you’re looking to switch from an old water hog to the low-flush toilets that have been standard in homes for the last two decades.

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