Admiral Plumbing Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Boynton Beach’

Tips to Take Care of Your Sewer Line

Monday, June 22nd, 2020

Sewers are one of those home systems that we’d rather leave alone and not concern ourselves with unless we have to. For sewers, it’s all about treating problems at their source, and the source of everything that goes wrong with your home sewer system is the drain. Think about it, everything that ever gets into your sewer, starts in your drain and has to travel through your plumbing.

Any plumber in Boynton Beach, FL will tell you that you’ve got to keep your drains clear in order to have a healthy sewer system that doesn’t need too much work throughout its lifetime. What they fail to mention are the various services that can help you reach this goal. From pipe inspection to sewer cleaning services, you can actively play a role in keeping your sewer in good shape for years to come.

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Water Heater Maintenance FAQ: What You Can Do

Monday, June 8th, 2020

When a team of professionals tells you that your water heater is on its last legs, you should probably listen. That being said, water heaters last for a considerably long time, over a decade in the best cases, so you’ve got to look beyond the bad news and look at how a water heater gets to such a bad state. Water heaters require maintenance, long term care for their lives so that it can provide hot water to your home while consuming as little energy as possible.

As your neighborhood plumbers, we’ve got a few tips that could help better the efficiency and efficacy of your water heater. Professional plumbing in Boynton Beach, FL is required if you notice anything wrong, and the earlier you let a professional know about problems, or schedule maintenance, the better of you’ll be. So, let’s talk about some ways you can extend the lifespan of your water heater.

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Pipe Relining or Replacement: Which Will You Need?

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020

Hearing that you need pipework can be pretty devastating news for many homeowners. Pipes that connect to your main water line especially, can be located deep underground beneath your lawn, which means a replacement would require hours of digging up your precious land and ruining your garden.

However, in recent years technology has developed to the point where we can reline a broken pipe with a lining that doesn’t require digging up your land or disrupting your life immensely. This process saves money, time, and keeps your property intact. This process also, unfortunately, can only save your pipes in certain situations. Some homeowners might need pipe replacements and no relining will be able to help them.

So, when it comes to pipe plumbing in Boynton Beach, FL, how can you tell if your pipe will benefit from relining or if you need the standard pipe replacement work done?

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Get to Know the Many Types of Repiping Materials

Monday, February 3rd, 2020

Many times when a homeowner looks to our team for repiping, they’re not expecting the slew of abbreviations that make up the names of different repiping material. Even worse, this means an unsuspecting homeowner who might pay an amateur to do their repiping service could be goaded into selecting a piping material that just isn’t right for their home.

Without signing up for work with a proper plumber in Boynton Beach, FL you could be one of those customers that signs up for pipe work with a material that would need replacement early, or cause leaks that damage your home. Certain pipe materials, like copper, are more susceptible to pitted corrosion. That’s why you need the handy advice of a professional plumber in the area. Our team offers a wide variety of repiping material and we enjoy explaining how they’re each different to our prospective customers.

Let’s talk pipes.

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How to Detect Leaks in Your Plumbing

Monday, June 24th, 2019

plumber-using-wrench-to-make-repairsIf there is any one problem that most homeowners have dealt with at some point in their lives, it’s a plumbing problem. In particular, it’s a plumbing leak. And there are many reasons that a leak is concerning. For instance, even a “minor” leak like a dripping faucet can waste a huge amount of water over time. They trick you into thinking they’re not a big deal, and then the cost of wasted water begins adding up.

Larger leaks not only waste even more water, but can do significant damage to your home—this is particularly true if these leaks develop in walls, beneath floors, or above ceilings—which pretty much describes 95% of the leaks you might ever encounter. After all, much of your plumbing system is hidden from view. Since leaks can occur anywhere, it’s imperative that you know how to spot them. This isn’t always easy! But we’ve provided some guidelines below on what to look for.

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