How to Prevent Water Damage

Many people can tolerate a slow water drip, at least for a while. After all, what harm can it do? Maybe none on their own – except for all the wasted water – but, if left unrepaired long enough, bigger problems can follow.  What’s even worse are hidden water leaks, the kind you often can’t…

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How to Detect Hidden Water Leaks in Lumberton and Nederland

Where would you go if, let’s say, you didn’t want to be found for a while?  You know, like hiding.  Behind one of your walls?  Not likely?  Underneath your sub-flooring?  Even less likely. But ultimately, you have no shortage of hiding places. The same cannot be said for water.  Water leaks can occur only where…

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House Noises You Shouldn’t Ignore in Port Neches and Vidor

If you stop long enough to listen, sooner or later you’re bound to hear a strange noise or two coming from somewhere inside your house. But while some noises are normal and to be expected – like squeaky stairs in an older home or settling in a newer home – others could mean that trouble…

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How to Uncover Hidden Plumbing Problems in Lumberton & Nederland

If you’re getting ready to start looking for a new home, we have two words for you:  Buyer beware.  Especially when it comes to the potential for hidden plumbing problems that you would rather not inherit. Here are just a few of the things to be on the lookout for: Recent kitchen or bathroom renovations. …

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Benefits of a Whole-House Plumbing Inspection in Groves & Lumberton

Of all the things that we just expect to work in our homes day or night, perhaps the one we take for most for granted is the plumbing. Yet there’s nothing more frustrating than turning on the shower only to find out that you have no hot water, or finding water damage on your ceiling…

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Why You Should Have Your Water Pressure Tested in Beaumont & Port Arthur, TX

When was the last time you had your water pressure tested? If your answer falls somewhere between “five years ago” and “I’m supposed to do that?”, you’re not alone. Many homeowners give little thought to water pressure. After all, as long as you turn on a faucet and water comes out, what’s there to worry…

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How to Conserve Water in Beaumont & Port Neches

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, less than 1% of the earth’s water is deemed suitable for drinking water. About 97% is ocean or sea water, thus containing salt, and the other 2% is frozen. Rarely do we think of water as a finite resource, yet much of the world doesn’t have access to clean,…

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