Drains: How To Stop The Clogs Before They Start

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It’s an ugly, smelly fact of life–if you use indoor plumbing, at some time in your life, you’re going to have to deal with a clogged drain. The culprits in a clogged drain situation are many–hair, soap, grease, scum, and other, ahem, unmentionables–but the reaction is pretty much the same across the board–revulsion, followed by halfhearted attempts to clear it, followed by a call to your plumber. However, there are several measures you can employ to prevent clogged drains before they ever start.…

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Consider A Second Well For An Irrigation And Outdoor-Use Pump

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You’re interested in having an irrigation system installed to keep your large rural yard watered regularly, but you’re concerned about the impact this might have on your well pump. You may be able to have a second well drilled and another pump installed that would only be used for irrigation and other outdoor purposes. Using this irrigation well would greatly extend the life of your primary pump. Reasons to Install a Second Pump…

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What If My Property Has Standing Water?

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If you have a plumbing problem that leads to standing water, you will want to have this problem corrected as soon as possible because standing water has a tendency to create a perfect environment for mold growth. There are several places you will want to look for potential water leaks and there are also several things you will then want to do to correct these problems. The Problem with Standing Water…

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