Admiral Plumbing Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Delray Beach’

Signs of a Water Heater That’s Too Old

Monday, December 23rd, 2019

How old is your water heater? Is it possible that you’ve forgotten when you had it installed or last maintained?

It’s okay, before the anxiety sets in, relax and take a deep breath. We work with homeowners all the time that have forgotten to have their water heaters serviced, or that might be dealing with a system that’s 20 or more years old without even realizing it! Water heaters in Delray Beach, FL are incredibly important to your quality of life, and even if yours isn’t showing overt signs of degradation yet, it’s only a matter of time before it breaks down. Instead of dealing with cold showers and an unhappy spouse or child, take a gander at some of the most lesser-known signs of a water heater that’s nearing time for a replacement.

Remember, call on our team of professionals if you think your water heater should be replaced!

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Are You Ready to Go Tankless?

Monday, December 9th, 2019

If you’ve been staring at the word tankless for a few seconds, thinking “what the heck does that even mean?” then believe us when we say you’re not the first one to do that. Tankless water heaters do indeed exist, and the technology that comprises them can provide a plethora of benefits to you and your family.

So, to anyone out there in the market for water heaters in Delray Beach, FL—look no further than our team. This is a decision that should be made with the aid of professionals. Modern-day hot water tanks and tankless water heaters are incredibly efficient pieces of machinery, which means any misstep in the installation of them can lead to catastrophic problems that end up costing you more money than you’re comfortable spending.

We’re going to go into detail about the unique benefits that a tankless water heater offers, how it works, and give you some tips on deciding whether this system is right for your home.

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Caring for Your Garbage Disposal and Kitchen Sink

Monday, June 10th, 2019

family-prepping-meal-over-kitchen-sinkOf all the plumbing fixtures and pipes in your home, have you ever stopped to think about what you use the most? Well, it’s actually the water heater, if we’re going to be honest. But a very close second is your kitchen sink.

And most kitchen sinks nowadays are equipped with another appliance that many of us can’t imagine going without—the garbage disposal. Could you imagine cooking and cleaning up afterwards without this helpful gadget? Probably not, but, this dependence on your garbage disposal can get you into trouble—leading you to put things down it that don’t belong and therefore jam up the system. Your kitchen sink drain isn’t immune to problems either, even with the assistance of a garbage disposal. Read on to learn more!

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When to Call a Plumber vs. Attempt a DIY Job

Monday, March 4th, 2019

repair-technician-at-door-shaking-homeowners-handShould a plumbing job ever be a do-it-yourself (DIY) endeavor? Maybe in some cases it can be okay. For example, maybe you have a superficial clog that’s close enough to the drain surface of your since that you can just eliminate it with a plunger and a little bit of “elbow grease.”

So no, we don’t always discourage DIY-jobs. But when it comes to your plumbing, it can be unsafe or further damaging to try to handle all problems on your own. You could even leave yourself more susceptible to problems in the future. There are 2 problems in particular we really encourage you to call in a pro for.

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Keep Your Plumbing System in Good Shape With These Tips

Monday, August 6th, 2018

PlumberKeeping your plumbing system functioning properly over a long period of time can be daunting task, especially since so much of the system is hidden from view. Plumbing problems that develop tend to do so slowly, making it unlikely that you’ll notice them before they’ve had the opportunity to do quite a bit of damage.

There are a number of ways that you can prevent your plumbing system from degrading too quickly if you know what you’re doing, though. Have a look at the following tips to keep your plumbing system in good shape for as long as possible.

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