Top 7 Shower Faucet Leak Questions

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A leaking shower faucet might sound like a simple, easy fix. What many homeowners don’t know it that repairing or replacing a leaking shower faucet is often more complicated than just swapping out the fixture.

Top 5 Faucet Repair Questions


Faucet drips and leaks are common plumbing problems for homeowners. TLC plumber Shannon answers the top five questions about faucet problems and repairs.

Top 4 Summer Tips for Homeowners

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We’re about halfway through the summer! What should you be thinking about when it comes to your home? We asked some of our top technicians for their tips to help you get through the summer with your home comfort equipment.

Rich’s Plumbing & Drains Tips

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It has been said that knowledge is power. That’s especially true when it comes to the plumbing in your home. With a little knowledge, you can avoid having to call a plumber. We asked one of our plumbers, Rich Wolfel, to share some of his best plumbing tips so that you don’t have to call a plumber.

How to Avoid These Costly Plumbing Problems

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Calling the plumber isn’t something most of us enjoy doing. When you have a plumbing problem, it is usually unexpected. You need help fast, and sometimes that can be expensive. Luckily, there are a few simple ways to avoid the most costly plumbing disasters.

Mistakes You Make Before You Call a Plumber

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Some of us are handy people. Many of us are not, but those of you who are good with tools might find it satisfying to fix your own plumbing. Though it’s not wrong to do this, there are a few things to keep in mind before deciding to DIY your plumbing problem. Don’t try to fix it yourself at night … Read More

How to Prevent Plumbing Problems from High Water Pressure

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It is every homeowner’s nightmare. You come home from vacation or a long day at work to find a flood in your house! A pipe has broken or a waterline in your home as blown, letting water run freely at normal pressure. You might think it was due to an old or faulty plumbing fixture like a faucet or a … Read More