Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for May, 2017

How to Get the Best Return on Investment for Your Water Heater

Monday, May 29th, 2017

tank-water-heaterWater heaters have the distinction of being both vital to your daily life, and being a pretty significant financial investment. If you want to get the best return on investment out of your water heater, it’s in your best interest to keep it healthy for as long as possible. Though the water heater often won’t draw a lot of attention when it develops a problem, that doesn’t mean that it never happens. Water heaters need professional services just as much as any other system in order to stay in good shape. Follow the tips below to make sure that yours serves you well for many more years.

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2 Ways to Make Sure Your Plumbing Stays in Good Shape

Monday, May 15th, 2017

plumbing-waterYour plumbing system is a pretty important part of your home. You use it every time you do the dishes, take a shower, water the lawn, and a dozen other daily tasks. However, the plumbing system is also one of those systems most often neglected by homeowners until something is seriously wrong. You really don’t want to wait until your plumbing system breaks down entirely before calling for professional services. It’s not good for your plumbing system, your wallet, or your mental health. If you want to make sure that your plumbing system is in the best possible shape, for as long as possible, follow the steps outlined below.

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Common Plumbing Problems and Their Symptoms

Monday, May 1st, 2017

underwater-homeYour plumbing system is one of the most important ones in your home. You rely on it all the time, for all kinds of tasks, so you should put some effort into making sure that it stays in good shape. Part of doing that, as with all systems, is being able to detect problems as early as possible. Quicker detection means faster repairs, which saves you money and extends the effective lifespan of your plumbing system.

Unfortunately, it can be tough to reliably detect issues with your plumbing system before significant damage is done. Most of the plumbing is hidden, and the problems that commonly effect it are often subtle at first. If you know what to look for, though, you can still catch issues early enough to make a difference.

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