House Call Company Blog: Archive for October, 2017

Plumbing Pro Tip: Little Leaks Are Big Problems

Monday, October 23rd, 2017

flooded-roomIndoor plumbing is, obviously, ubiquitous in homes throughout the country in this day and age. While some people may have camps or cabins without indoor plumbing, most of us have running water and flushing toilets in our year-round homes. In fact, many would categorize a dependable indoor plumbing system as more of a necessity than they would a luxury. It is for this exact reason that any problem with your plumbing system, no matter how “minor” it may be, should be handled as promptly as possible.

Now, leaks are clearly one of, if not the, most common of all plumbing problems. It is important to remember that you don’t need to have an inch of water on your floors in order to have a leak that demands immediate attention, however. In fact, we’d go so far as to say that no leak can really be called a minor leak. If you do have a leak in your plumbing system, contact the Chesapeake, VA plumbing repair professionals on our team to have the problem resolved. 

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Plumbing Tip: Detecting Gas Leaks

Monday, October 9th, 2017

gas-range-burnersNatural gas is one of the most commonly used and highly regarded fuel sources available here in the United States. This should really come as no surprise when you consider that natural gas is quite affordable and extremely convenient. It burns efficiently, and the fact that it is largely a domestic product means that it is not as subject to the volatility of the marketplace the way that foreign oil can be. However, there are still concerns to keep in mind.

As is the case with any combustible fuel source, natural gas does have the potential to create a hazardous situation on your property. When you leave your gas piping services to qualified professionals, such as the Williamsburg, VA plumbing experts on our staff, the risk of any such problems is minimized. Because your safety is among our very top priorities, we want to use this post today to help you understand how you can spot potential gas leaks in your home and on your property.

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