Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Blog : Archive for the ‘Plumbing’ Category

Prepare Your Plumbing for the 4th of July

Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

Independence Day is only weeks away! Although our celebrations will be smaller this year, the 4th of July is still a time for backyard barbecues with your family and watching fireworks. Don’t let a faulty plumbing system ruin your summer party. Find out how you can prepare your plumbing for the 4th of July below!

 

 

 

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The Different Types of Water Heaters

Wednesday, May 6th, 2020

As a crucial element of your plumbing system, you can never be too careful when choosing your new water heater. Will you opt for a conventional water heater known for its affordability, a tankless water heater hailed as the most efficient model, or another style you’ve come to trust over the years? Let’s review some of the leading types of water heaters before you schedule your water heater installation in Baltimore or the surrounding areas. 

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Warning Signs That Your Water Heater is Failing

Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Enjoying your hot showers and ease of daily chores? That’s the effect hot water has on your home! Hot water is a necessity many of us take for granted… until our water heater breaks down. To avoid an unexpected calamity, inspect your water heater for signs of damage so you can call us for a water heater repair!

 

 

 

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4 Ways Hard Water Damages Your Home

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

If you grew up with hard water, you might be used to the squeaky-clean feeling you experience when all of that soap has been rinsed away. Unfortunately, hard water, which is naturally filled with suspended minerals like calcium and magnesium, can be incredibly hard on your house components. Here are four ways hard water can damage your home and why you should consider getting a water softener.

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5 Ways to Prevent Restaurant Plumbing Emergencies

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

If your restaurant has a plumbing emergency, expect the world to know about it as soon as your customers or your employees start posting pictures and comments. Take the following five steps to both prevent and prepare for a plumbing crisis.

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What You Should Know About Hydro Jetting

Friday, November 17th, 2017


Clogged drains and pipes can be frustrating for any homeowner. If the plunger and the baking soda just isn’t enough to dislodge stubborn blockage, you may need a stronger way of dispatching your clog. Hydro jetting offers an innovative way of busting up clogs that prove difficult to remove using other methods.

But before you get in touch with us to set up your hydro jetting appointment, you should know a few things about the process, from how it works to the results you can expect. The following explains the ins and outs of hydro jetting so you can decide if it’s right for your plumbing needs.

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Signs You Need to Schedule Pipe Inspection

Monday, July 10th, 2017

pipe-inspectionIt can be difficult to keep your plumbing system in proper shape much of the time, since most of the system is hidden from view. Most of the issues that can afflict a plumbing system are quite subtle, as well, making it even more difficult to be able to tell when your system is in need of repairs. If you know what to look for, though, you can identify signs that it’s time for a professional inspection. Have a look at some of the more common signs that you need to schedule pipe inspection services.

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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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Why You Really Don’t Want to Ignore a Hard Water Problem

Monday, March 6th, 2017

Hard water is a very common issue, one that affects millions of homes across the country. Just because it’s common, though, that doesn’t mean that it can be safely ignored. Hard water causes lime scale, which can be a massive problem for your plumbing, drain, and sewer system. If you want to avoid the problems caused by lime scale, you would do well to read the following.

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