Admiral Plumbing Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘West Palm Beach’

How to Filter Your Water the Right Way

Monday, May 25th, 2020

We get it, water treatment is probably the last thing on your mind right now. But, if we could just say something about what clean, filtered water could do for your home then that might change. Whether you’re washing your clothes with untreated water, or drinking it straight from the tap, there are huge health benefits to having filtered water that is dispersed through a whole home water treatment system—and we’d like to get into those specifics today.

As temperatures start to heat up and humidity starts making us sweat, you’re going to find that glass of cold water from the tap becoming more and more delicious every day. Wouldn’t it be nice to know that water has been treated through one of our pieces of water treatment technology, installed by a professional plumber in West Palm Beach, FL?

If the answer to that is yes, then keep reading.

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Does Your Home Need Repiping?

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Repiping is a difficult subject to approach with homeowners. Nobody wants to talk about paying to have pipes replaced, let alone having their whole home re-evaluated and repiped. However, what many homeowners that do need repiping fail to realize is that it could make your life a whole lot easier and end up saving you money in the long run.

From constant leaks, to the increasing severity of clogs, there are several plumbing problems we deal with that homeowners who need repiping deal with on a different scale. Pipes that are on their last legs have more frequent problems that are also worse than recently replaced pipes. So, if you think you might need repiping in West Palm Beach, FL for whatever reason, we implore you to read on and take note of what we’re about to say. If any of this applies to you, call us today!

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That Sinking Feeling: Common Sink Plumbing Problems

Monday, January 20th, 2020

Unfortunately, sink problems are going to occur in every household because we can’t think of the last time we saw a home without sinks! They’re incredibly important for our daily lives. When a homeowner imagines a kitchen or bathroom, the sink is front and center every time.

That’s why it’s extra important to notice when your sink is starting to suffer from serious problems. Because of the material, the pressure, and a variety of other factors affecting your sink, these aren’t problems that you’ll be able to immediately fix with your own household tools on hand. More often than not, if you recognize one of the following problems, you’ll need to contact a professional for plumbing in West Palm Beach, FL.

If not, you’re gambling the health of your plumbing system and you might cause problems that turn into expensive repairs down the line.

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Yes, a Garbage Disposal Is Absolutely Worth It

Monday, January 6th, 2020

While you’ve probably known about the convenience aspect of a garbage disposal, we’re betting you haven’t heard much about the environmental impact they can have. When it comes to a garbage disposal unit, they’re a combination of convenience, proper waste removal, and drain cleaning all mixed into one beautiful package. That’s why we are so concerned with writing a blog post about them—ideally, we’d love to have every home that calls for a plumber in West Palm Beach, FL have a garbage disposal installed.

So, in light of this, today we’re going to talk about the advantages of a garbage disposal. From the moment your food waste enters it, to the time it reaches a water treatment plant, there are a ton of useful reasons for having a garbage disposal, aside from convenience. We’re pretty certain you’ll want one after we spend some time to fill you in on the details!

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Is Your Drain Cleaning Method Hurting Your Pipes?

Monday, May 13th, 2019

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If your method is using chemical, store-bought drain cleaners, then the answer is, “yes.” But please, allow us to explain…

First off, we get it. One of the most frustrating plumbing problems a homeowner can deal with is a clogged or backed up drain. You might be doing something as simple as brushing your teeth and all of the sudden have an overflowing sink. Naturally, you want a quick and easy fix. Nothings is quicker and easier than that bottle of liquid drain cleaner, right?

Unfortunately, quick, or even affordable, doesn’t always mean effective.

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How Are You Treating Your Water?

Monday, April 1st, 2019

hand-turning-faucet-on-sinkNo, we don’t mean to ask if you’re abusing your water—we’re asking how your treating it literally. Are there contaminants that you’re taking care of? How about hard water?

Did you know there are a number of water treatment systems on the market that can help with just about any problem you have? One in particular that’s growing in popularity is the reverse osmosis system. Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification technique that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, molecules, and larger particles from your drinking water. Read on to learn more about these systems.

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No, Your Water Heater Shouldn’t Be Making That Noise

Monday, December 24th, 2018

Shocked and surprised“Knock-Knock-Knock”

No, unfortunately this is not the beginning of a funny joke. It’s an indication of a problem with your water heater, though, if that’s where it’s coming from.

A tank water heater system may occasionally make this noise, and while sometimes it may be the symptom of something fairly benign that just requires a “quick” fix, other times it can be more serious. The fact is though, no sound coming from your water heater or any other home appliance should be ignored. A knocking noise very often indicates a problem that can only grow larger the longer you neglect it.

Keep reading to learn about a possible reason for this sound and what you should do about it.

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What Materials Are Best for Repiping?

Monday, December 10th, 2018

different types of pipesIn our previous post, we talked about signs to look for in your home that you may be in need of whole-house, or at least partial, repiping. We want you to feel comfortable in your decision to invest in a service of such a large caliber, and therefore encourage you to learn more about what goes into repiping, the materials used, and why those particular materials are used. This way, you can feel confident that you are doing the best thing for your home plumbing system. Read on to learn more!

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How to Tell if Your Home Needs Repiping

Monday, November 26th, 2018

bursted copper pipe with water leaking out, 3d illustrationThere are a number of plumbing problems, like leaks or clogs, that all you need to do is give our plumbing pros a call for a quick repair. However, at some point during your homeownership, your plumbing system may age to the point that replacing all or some of your piping may become a necessity. Fortunately, you needn’t look any further than our team for quality whole-home pipe installation services!

Whole-home repiping is one of the safest ways to protect your home—at least form leaks and water damage that can ruin your property and leave you paying to not only fix the plumbing, but repair your home. But how do you know if your household actually needs this service?

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Signs You Need a New Water Heater

Monday, October 29th, 2018

tank-water-heaterNo matter how well you take care of your water heater, sooner or later you’ll need to install a new one. What is important is that you know when your water heater is getting close to the end of its life. The earlier you can tell if your water heater is getting close to the end of its life, the sooner you’ll be able to get it replaced. Otherwise, you run the risk of suddenly finding yourself without hot water at a very inconvenient time. The best way to tell whether or not your water heater is in need of replacement is to call for a professional technician to examine your system. If you’re not sure whether or not to call your technician yet, you should look for the following symptoms.

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