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3 Pointers for a Mildew-Free Bathroom
It's surprisingly easy to miss a leak or search unsuccessfully for the source. This is where mildew creeps in. As moisture invades your home, spores begin to grow.
4 Secrets to Avoid Frozen Pipes This Winter
Dependable Service reveals the tips to prevent your pipes from freezing this winter.
5 Subtle Signs of a Water Leak You Shouldn’t Ignore
A water leakage is not always evident, and an occasional inspection of your pipes will help track down the source of the problem. Here are the telltale signs of plumbing leaks in your home;
Your Sump Pump: More Important Than You Think
When you think of all of the appliances and systems in your home that require regular maintenance and upkeep, your sump pump may be the last one to cross your mind. Particularly in the Grand Strand, recent flooding in 2015 and after Hurricane Matthew in 2016 may have highlighted just how important your sump pump really is.
Professional Plumber or Handyman?
When you have a plumbing need, you may wonder if it really requires a professional plumber or if you can get by with the services of a handyman. In today’s cost-conscious world, it’s a fair question. However, the answer is deeper than simply the cost of the trip charge. Here are just a few considerations to keep in mind when you have a plumbing need.
Is There a Water Leak in My Home?
When you own a home, repairs and fixes are a part of life. In most cases, the faster you recognize a problem and take steps to address it, the less costly the repairs. This is especially true when it comes to water leaks, and not all water leaks are obvious. Some leaks may be hidden behind walls or may start off slow but quickly become a big problem. Here are a few clues to look for if you think you may have a water leak in your home.
Does My Home Have A Gas Leak?
A gas leak in your home has the potential to be deadly. If you notice any of the following signs of a gas leak, immediately take your family and pets, leave the home and go to a neighbor’s house, if possible. If your vehicle is in your garage or near your home, do not risk starting the vehicle! The number 1 rule of gas leaks is safety first!
Slab Leak Detection and Repair
A slab leak is a leak from a pipe or pipes located under the foundation or concrete slab of your home. A slab leak can easily become a major problem the longer it goes undetected and can compromise the integrity of your home’s foundation.