Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Plumbing’

2 Ways to Prevent Frozen Pipes This Winter

Monday, November 28th, 2016

Frozen pipes are one of the most frustrating and damaging problems that can afflict your plumbing system in winter. They happen when water inside the pipes freezes and expands, preventing the pipe from functioning. Depending on the amount of water in the pipe when it freezes, it can even rupture due to the expansion of the ice. Fortunately, there are a couple of things that you can do to protect your home’s pipes from freezing over.

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How An Automatic Shutoff Valve Can Save You Thousands of Dollars

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Do you know where the water shutoff valve in your home is? Every home has one, though sometimes it is located elsewhere on the property and not within the home itself. If not, you should find out, as it’s vital during a plumbing emergency. The water shutoff valve controls the flow of water into your home by opening or closing the water line. While it is very important for shutting off the flow of water during a plumbing emergency, it has a number of flaws that need to be addressed. Read on to find out how an automatic shutoff valve can better protect your home from water damage.

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How to Save Money on Your HVAC & Plumbing Systems

Monday, September 7th, 2015

The various systems that make up your home’s infrastructure are large investments. As a result, people are always looking for ways to cut costs on them without sacrificing reliability and quality. There are actually a number of ways to cut costs on your HVAC and plumbing systems, most of which you can use after installing them. Let’s take a look at some of those ways now.

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Pitted Corrosion: What You Need to Know

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

Plumbing problems are always frustrating, due to their lack of obvious symptoms. Still, even though the majority of the plumbing network is hidden from view, there are often at least a few signs that a problem is occurring. Lower water pressure, discolored water, and the like are all common symptoms. However, one of the most dangerous plumbing problems does not have any symptoms that can be identified without looking directly at the pipe: pitted corrosion. Let’s take a closer look at pitted corrosion, and the damage it can cause to your plumbing system.

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Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

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