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Snow On Your Roof Can Cause Plumbing Problems

It may be the first day of spring, but it clearly doesn’t feel like it in Frederick County! With up to 12 inches of snow expected in parts of Maryland, there’s a possibility that too much snow could settle on your roof and cause plumbing problems. How can snow on

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Will Your Sump Pump Work this Spring?

As we bid February goodbye, we’d love to think we’re nearing the end of winter in Middletown. If so, spring is just around the corner, and that means lots and lots of rain — which means your sump pump needs to be in working order. We love it when you

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Filmy dishes again? You could have hard water.

If you just can’t seem to get your dishes clean no matter how many times you run the dishwasher, you’re not alone. Hard water is a common issue for many Frederick County residents, and without proper treatment, it can dull your clothing, make your appliances work less efficiently, and can

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Give Your Bathroom New Life in the New Year

As we end 2017, it’s a good time to start thinking about changes you’d like to make in the New Year — including changes to your home. The bathroom is a great place to start. Whether you make minor cosmetic changes or a major transformation to your bathroom, you’ll be

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Winter Plumbing Tips From Putman

With snow expected in Frederick County and throughout Maryland tomorrow, and temperatures dropping into the teens next week, it’s a good time to remind area residents how to protect your plumbing in winter weather. As much as we love the business, it’s best to be proactive and be prepared if

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We Have a Lot to be Thankful For

Putman Plumbing is thankful for another year in business, and that’s all because of our faithful customers like you! We’re also thankful to have modern plumbing in our country including comfortable toilets, private warm showers, and clean drinking water. These are luxuries that not everyone has, so we should all be thankful for them. (To

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Is Your Home Ready for Thanksgiving Guests?

If you’re hosting a big dinner for Thanksgiving, you probably already have a lot on your plate (see what we did there?). But besides grocery shopping and planning where out of town guests will sleep, you should also make sure no big problems will come up with a house full

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