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Why Are Water Heater Settings Typically 140°?

Monday, July 11th, 2016

When a water heater comes straight from the manufacturer, the setting on the thermostat is typically right around 140°F. This has been typical of the industry for many years. And yet, it’s not necessarily the best way of doing things.

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Taking Care of Your Garbage Disposal Helps Your Pipes

Monday, June 13th, 2016

If you expect to have fresh water and proper drainage, you plumbing system needs your help. There’s a lot you can do to help your pipes to stay in good condition, like scheduling annual inspections and checking for the signs of leaks from time to time.

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What’s that Loud Noise in My Pipes?

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Generally, you don’t expect to hear anything happening in your plumbing pipes. They don’t have any moving parts, after all, and it seems like they should work easily: moving water into the home with water pressure and out of the home thanks to gravity.

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Can a Handyman Fix My Broken Pipes?

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

For most plumbing contractors, some percentage of the job involves fixing someone else’s mistakes. A shoddy toilet installation leads to leaks in the bathroom. Your recently repaired water heater is unreliable and hot water only comes in waves. No plumbing job should go to an amateur, especially the biggest ones. So when your plumbing pipes are in trouble, be sure to hire only skilled, experienced plumbers for the job.

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Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC Is an Angie’s List Super Service Award Recipient

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC is proud to announce that we’ve been awarded the Angie’s List Super Service Award for 2016! This honor is given to only the top companies in their service areas, and it is one of the most highly regarded awards in the industry. Companies must have an A rating on the Angie’s List website, so reviews from people like you help to determine who the winners will be. Since Angie’s List is one of the top home services review sites out there, you can trust the reviews to be authentic and accurate.

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How Do You Know When It’s Time to Replace Your Pipes?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

The pipes that bring water into your home are built to be durable, but someday your pipes are no longer going to work as you need them to. It’s important to replace your pipes when they start to cause trouble, so that you’re not one day stuck dealing with broken or burst pipes that send water to your property, causing costly damages and a major cleanup.

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The Best Ways to Protect Your Drain and Sewer System

Monday, January 11th, 2016

If you’ve ever been stuck with an annoying drain and sewer system clog or a leak in your sewer line, you know this is something you don’t want to repeat. Drain and sewer problems are unpleasant at best, and they can cause hundreds or even thousands of dollars in damages. Here, we offer some of our best tips for preventing drain and sewer problems in your home; find out what shouldn’t go down the drains and what service best protects them below.

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Still Living without a Garbage Disposal? It’s Time for a Change!

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Garbage disposals are not new in the plumbing industry, but many kitchens are still unequipped with these convenient protective devices. Garbage disposals break up food into small pieces so that it’s easier on the drains. And today’s units are more efficient and effective that ever.

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How to Tell If Your Toilet Is Leaking

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Last week, we talked about the importance of having your toilet professionally repaired if you notice a leak. Toilets can use up a lot of water when they are leaking, ultimately affecting your monthly bills and taking a toll on the environment. But a toilet that is leaking doesn’t necessarily overflow or burst suddenly like other portions of your plumbing system. So how can you be sure that your toilet is wasting water?

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Where Can You Get a Discontinued 65-Gallon and Up Electric Water Heater?

Monday, September 21st, 2015

The U.S. government often looks for ways to help us reduce our environmental footprints and save energy inside of our homes and businesses. Recently, new government regulations via the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) have mandated that water heater manufacturers can no longer make electric water heaters of a certain size. However, because this has a big effect on many homes and commercial properties, contractors are still allowed to sell and install these units—although there is a limited supply left.

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