Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC Blog : Posts Tagged ‘North Palm Beach’

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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How Often Should I Change My Whole-House Water Filter?

Monday, November 7th, 2016

If you have recently had a new whole-house water filter installed, or if you moved into a home with a water filter already in place, you may be unsure of how to care for it. You know you’re supposed to change it, but navigating the internet to find out how often can be difficult.

The answer? It depends.

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Costs of a Water Leak Add Up Fast

Monday, September 19th, 2016

If water began spraying out from your kitchen sink or flooding your bathroom, you’d know to call in professional plumbers—fast. But even a “small” water leak causes BIG problems for your home and for your budget.

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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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How Professional Pipe Lining Benefits You

Monday, August 29th, 2016

When the sewer pipes underneath your property need repair, we strongly recommend looking into professional pipe lining services. Any plumber can dig a large trench in your property to access the pipe on your property and repair or replace the affected area. But this is time-consuming and destructive.

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