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How Safe is Your Drinking Water?

We all remember drinking out of the hose on a hot summer day when we were kids. Back then, there wasn’t a question of how safe the water was. Today’s research shows that drinking hose water can cause health problems since most outdoor faucets and fixtures are made of metal,

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Prevent Easter Plumbing Problems With These Tips

As you begin to plan next week’s Easter celebration, you’re probably excited to get together with family and share a wonderful meal. But in order to prevent having to call a plumber on Easter, make sure you know what should and shouldn’t go down the garbage disposal. You can get on

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Do Plumbers Get More Calls After Big Game Halftime?

Each year, 100 million people watch The Big Game. No one wants to miss any action, so they all wait until halftime to get up and use the facilities. And you know what that means: Millions and millions of flushes –  requiring an amount of water equal to seven minutes of

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Plumbing Maintenance Tips for Fall in Frederick County

Fall is officially here! While we’re hoping for mild weather for the next couple of months, it won’t be long until temperatures in the Middletown area will start to drop. It’s a good idea to go through a plumbing checklist before cold weather hits to prevent any disasters in your home.     Get a tune-up on your water heater

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End of Summer Plumbing Tips for Frederick County Homes

With the kids back in school and pools getting ready to close, summer is officially coming to an end. Before we move on to pumpkins and mums, take a look at a few ways you can ensure problem-free plumbing throughout the fall. Inspect outside taps and hoses It’s still warm in

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Use Your Tax Return to Update Your Plumbing

If you’re getting a decent amount on your tax return, it’s tempting to spend it on fun stuff. But instead of planning a cruise or a trip to the Poconos, why not invest in something that will improve your home’s value and make it function better for years to come? Particularly if

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Avoid Winter Storm Plumbing Problems

Here we go again! There’s nothing we can do to prevent the foot of snow we’re expected to get in Middletown tonight, and chances are if you have a problem, it might take us a while to get to you. Here are a few precautions you can take to avoid

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Avoiding frozen pipes

As we move into later January and February, we are seeing the temperatures drop even further. It is important to take care of our houses through these winter changes and one of the first places to turn to is our plumbing. Freezing pipes can cause problems that are very easy

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Winter Prep

Freezing pipes are the last thing you want to be concerned about this holiday season. Even if you live in a state that never sees the snow, you could still be at risk. Whenever the temperature hits 32 degrees, you are at risk. Both copper and plastic pipes will freeze

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