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5 Ways To Stay Ahead Of Slow Drains

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  1. Organic material builds up in drains over time. Pipe diameter gets smaller and smaller as it builds, drains become slow and smell musty.Enzymes, like the ones found in Bio Smart, feast on the organic material leaving only clean drains behind. Used, monthly there is no residue and they are non-toxic. Nothing to harm the pipes, children, pets or the environment.
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3 Signs of Sewer Breach

With warm weather on the way tree roots will be looking for nutrients in broken sewer lines. Learning these three signs can prevent costly and inconvenient sewer back up. If you know the signs of sewer breach you can save yourself time and money.

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Standing in the shower with the water collecting round your feet or a kitchen drain that takes a long time to drain can be a warning sign. Trying to remedy this situation with chemicals or a plunger on a regular basis could be the first sign of a breach.

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What Homeowners Need To Know About Water Damage

Protecting your investment is important to every home owner. The risk of water damage in homes is very real. Water damage can ruin furniture, appliances, keepsakes artwork, basically anything in your home that isn’t water proof.

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Six Plumbing Resolutions You Should Keep All Year

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It’s time for resolutions that matter! Make 2016 the year you gift yourself a few minutes of easy home plumbing maintenance to buy you and your family a whole lot of peace of mind! Let Ace Plumbing help you with two or more home plumbing maintenance safety measures or repairs, join our Diamond Club and receive $30 off your bill!

  1. Test your home’s main water shut off: Many main water valves become stuck in the open position over time, which could result in up to 20 unwanted gallons per minute pumping into your home in the event of a leak or line break anywhere in the house.
  2. Replace your hot water tank’s sacrificial anode rod: Water is naturally corrosive, so hot water tanks are made with a rod designed to “sacrifice” itself to this naturally corrosive action over time. Regularly changing your anode rod can extend the average life of your hot water tank some 20 years or more.
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What Every Homeowner Should Know About Water Damage

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Protecting your investment is important to every homeowner. the rest of water damage in homes is very real. According to insurance companies 60% of all insurance claims are due to water damage. In Feb 2016 The Guarantee Company of North America introduced a new water mitigation program for GUARANTEE GOLD® clients and brokers: GOLD Watermark. A first of its kind in the Canadian marketplace, GOLD Watermark provides a two-tier program – a complimentary installation of an automatic water shut-off system (AquaTrip®) in the homes of target customers with replacement costs over $3M and access for all customers to the extensive referral network of plumbers and the AquaTrip device at a reduced price.

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