What You Need To Do To Keep Your Septic Tank Functioning At An Optimal Level

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The average household’s leaks account for more than 10,000 gallons of wasted water every year, roughly the amount needed to wash 270 laundry loads. The leaks in the average house are everywhere too. A leaky faucet wastes more than 3,000 gallons of water per year and 20 to 35% of household toilets leak to some degree according to research studies.
To reduce water waste and to optimize a household plumbing system, drain cleaning is important. There are many signs of a clogged drain and it’s important to stay on the lookout for potential hazards. Ignoring a clogged drain can lead to future problems and repairs that will likely require a plumbing service. Signs of a clogged drain include:

  • Slow Drainage: A sink full of water is often a sure sign of a clogged drain and it’s important to watch all drains to see if they are draining properly.
  • Bad Smells: Odors, especially unwanted ones, are usually a dead giveaway to a plumbing problem. Wa

How to Choose the Best Water Heater For Your Home

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Water heating systems serve an important function in a home, providing a steady supply of hot water to taps and plumbing fixtures. While hot water may be a commodity that some take for granted, a lack of hot water in a home can be noticed right away.
Water heater repair and replacement is often done by professional plumbing services and if you’re in the market for a water heater, there are several types to choose from:

  • A conventional tank is a common type of water heater and stores water until it is needed. The average life expectancy of a conventional water heater is 10-12 years and they should be drained and cleaned out at least twice a year.
  • Tankless water heaters use heat flashes against coils filled with water to heat water quickly. They are more energy efficient, but homeowners can expect to