Leak Detection & Water Damage Laveen

Water Damage Laveen

Water Restoration Laveen AZ If you are experiencing a leak that caused water damage, but the source is unknown, don’t worry. Leak detection equipment can locate the source of the leak.  If this is an emergency and you need service right away, give us a call at 602-900-9010. If you would like additional information on…

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The Importance of Water Conservation: Living with the California Drought

Recently the Plumbing Circle blog reported on a new law affecting the homeowners in California, which requires them to retrofit their older homes with newer water-conserving plumbing fixtures by the year 2017.

The impetus of the law is the seemingly limited and dwindling water supply for an ever-growing population in the state. While some residents, building contractors, and code enforcement officials are not happy with the law, scientists and environmentalists believe that these steps are inevitable.

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Residential Radiant Floor Heating: Toasty Feet Are Happy Feet

Yesterday, we discussed the advantages of installing radiant floor heating systems in an industrial setting like a manufacturing plant or a warehouse. Today we’ll investigate the benefits of the same technology in a residential setting.

The easiest way to have radiant floor heating in a home is to install it during the construction process. It can also be added to an existing home, and we’ll look into both processes.

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Trenchless Pipe Repair Company in Phoenix

Trenchless Pipe Repair Company in Phoenix

Have a broken sewer or drain? Looking for a trenchless or no dig solution in Phoenix? With many different techniques out there we can break them down for you, so that you can choose the most suitable technique for your situation. First off, it’s important to understand that a trenchless pipe repair or no dig…

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life expectancy of cast iron sewer pipe

What is the Life Expectancy of Cast Iron Sewer Pipe?

Are you wondering what the life expectancy of cast iron sewer pipe is? Cast iron sewer pipes are very common in homes built from 1900 to 1974. To this day, many commercial property are still constructed with cast iron pipes, although most manufactures of cast iron piping have turned to ductile iron pipe. Ductile iron pipe…

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