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Signs You Might Need Toilet Repair or Replacement

It is perhaps the most important, and still the most underrated appliance in your home, and if it stops working it could spell disaster. We’re talking about your toilet, and it’s important for every homeowner to know the signs that yours might be reaching the end of its useful life so you can get it […]

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Issues You Might See With a Septic System

Not every home is hooked up to the city water supply; there are millions of homes out there that rely on a septic system to collect waste. The last thing you want is to have the septic system back up and cause flooding or other problems inside and outside your home, so it’s important to […]

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What You Should Know About Toilet Plumbing and Repairs

The toilet in your home is perhaps one of the most underrated of all your plumbing fixtures, but when it’s not working the way it should, it’s something that can have a significant impact on you and your family. While there are a few things you might be able to repair on your own, some […]

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When Should You Call a Professional Plumber?

The plumbing in your house is something that many people take for granted when it’s working, but it can quickly cause problems for your personal comfort, and the comfort and safety of your home, if your plumbing is having issues. Sometimes when people spot a leak or an appliance that needs repair they want to […]

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Telltale Signs Your Pipes Might Be Leaking

Water is an essential part of your everyday life, but if you have ever experienced a leaking pipe or other problems with the water in your home, it can quickly turn into a nightmare. The key is to find and repair leaks before they become serious flooding, so if you suspect that you might have […]

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What To Do If You Suspect Tree Roots Invading Your Sewer Line

There are few homeowner issues more frustrating and potentially expensive than tree roots invading your sewer lines. Tree and shrub roots can cause substantial damage to your sewer system if left unchecked. Even more exasperating is the fact the no pipes are immune to invading tree roots­ – clay, PVC, and concrete sewer pipes are […]

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How a New Toilet Can Save You Money

As appliances age and important devices in the home grow obsolete, it makes sense to choose “green friendly” options like water-efficient toilets. The “porcelain throne” might not sound like a place with exciting advancements in eco-friendly technology, but a new toilet offers one of the best ways to save water in your home. Saving Water […]

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How to Identify Leaks in Main Lines and Sewer Lines

How to know the difference and what to do about it There are classic signs of a pipe bursting and in need of repair, but how do you know if it’s a sewer line or main line? Both are a pain in the neck but here are some ways to tell if it is attributed […]

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Expert Plumbing Utah Community Involvement Initiative

Pleasant Grove, UT (February 28, 2014) – Benjamin Franklin once said, “A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle.” We agree. And for this reason, Expert Plumbing Utah is taking another step to work harder in this area. We are very proud to announce the launch of our Community Involvement Initiative. As a company […]

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Sump Pumps for Your Home

Sump Pumps for Your Home Depending on where you live, your home may benefit from a sump pump. If the area you live in is very flat or you have a very high water table, your home may be at risk of flooding and you might want to have a sump pump for emergencies. If […]

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