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Pex Plumbing Problems

The PEX system—an acronym for cross-linked, polyethylene water supply piping. The new piping system used essentially plastic piping to carry water into and through the new home. To connect the plastic (PEX) piping, the piping system also notably used brass fittings and couplers.

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What Septic Tank Owners Need to Know – By the Barrie Home Inspector

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Septic Tank Inspection

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Home Plumbing Inspections

Bathtubs and lavatories can have overflows installed. These two fixtures are often used without close observation. A person preparing to take a bath will typically turn on the water and leave while the tub is filling up. If left for a long time, the tub water may rise to a height where the overflow will take the excess water to the drain, preventing flooding of the area. Many tubs are capable of supplying water at rates greater than the flow rate of the overflow. With such fixtures, overflowing and flooding may not be prevented.

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Plumbing and Your Barrie Home

The word “plumbing” comes from the Latin word plumbum, which is the element lead, and was so named because lead was used extensively in the development of piping systems. The practice of installing pipes and using the piping materials became known as plumbing.

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Cleaning Out A Clogged Drain

All of us confront this problem from time to time – a stopped up drain. Countless home owners will utilize store purchased liquid drain cleaners as the first plan of attack. Unfortunately, this plan is not doing the job. The pipe continues to be stopped up.

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Common Home Improvement Projects

There are many reasons why people invest money in home improvement projects. These projects can range from small details that take only a couple of hours to complete to major structural changes that involve weeks of labor. Whether you do the work yourself or hire a professional, there are many important factors to take into consideration before beginning any home improvement project. The following article is filled with hints, tips and advice to take you through the process from beginning to end.

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Modern Choices In Green Plumbing

Use of innovative green plumbing technology ensures that your systems conserve as much of the available water. This is to cushion the nature against adverse effects of increasing population, strained supply, conflict over natural resources as well as climate change. Methods proposed do not compromise the standards of living. Families will still enjoy modest living with free flowing fresh water.

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Plumbing Tips for Home Owners

Many homeowners experience plumbing issues at one point or another. These issues tend to crop up somewhere near or in the bathroom, and also around the kitchen. In reality, every homeowner will experience plumbing problems at some point. This advice will make dealing with these problems as painless as possible.

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Plumbing Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

The plumbing system in every home provides convenience for all residents in meeting with daily living requirements. Should the fixtures or systems become damaged or worn with time it can become frustrating and costly to repair. Preventive maintenance is the solution for every homeowner looking to save on expenses and to ensure that these problems are avoided.