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Choosing the Right Plumbing Pipe for the Project | Pipe Types

Friday, September, 4th, 2015 at 9:52 am by larrysons-seequs

Under the house, in the walls, and arriving at many different fixtures, plumbing pipes are everywhere.  Pipes run between appliances and out of the house and they come in different shapes, sizes, and materials.  Some of them carry gas and others carry water. Knowing the different plumbing pipes in your home will help you to identify problems before they become problems and choose the right type of pipe for your home. Knowing which materials are [Read More...]

How To Prevent and Repair Water Damage

Thursday, August, 27th, 2015 at 1:00 pm by larrysons-seequs

The last thing any homeowner wants to see is a puddle of water anywhere other than inside a sink.  Whether it’s the house itself, or the pipes running through it, water sources are everywhere and the damage from slow leaks or major breaks can be severe.  It’s always a good idea to regularly inspect your home and respond immediately to any possible water hazards.

Hard Water Problems: The Cholesterol of Plumbing

Thursday, August, 20th, 2015 at 3:39 pm by larrysons-seequs

Aside from ice, what is hard water?  All jokes aside, the difference between hard and soft water lies in the number of dissolved minerals your water contains.  Water dissolves the metals and other minerals surrounding it, which means untreated ground-water will typically have higher mineral concentrations in the form of magnesium and calcium ions. As more and more minerals are added to the water, the number of grains per gallon (GPG) increases.  Water is rated [Read More...]

How A/C Can Prevent Mold Growth In Humid Climates

Wednesday, August, 19th, 2015 at 2:03 pm by larrysons-seequs

The temperature in your home can affect you and your family’s comfort level tremendously, especially if you live in states with hot, humid summers like Maryland. However, living in such climates could have other consequences for your home and family, as humidity can contribute to mold growth. Fortunately, your air conditioner can prevent the growth of this fungus, while also keeping you cool. How Temperatures and Humidity Contribute to Mold Growth Mold needs certain conditions [Read More...]