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How to find a Trustworthy Plumber

There is no substitute for job experience in any career or field. The plumbing industry is no different. You?各ll always be better off hiring a plumber who has plenty of experience fixing issues like yours. Our 5 basic tips can help ensure you find a trustworthy plumber.
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7 Causes of Low Water Pressure

Low water pressure is a common problem in every household – especially homes with moody teenagers known to take long showers and limitless bathroom time…but I digress. The truth is, your dishwasher and bathroom plumbing pull from the same water supply and water heater. Though you’re always bound to experience low pressure when multiple water sources are being used at the same time, some low water pressure problems can be avoided.
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DIY: Quick Toilet Fixes

Rather than embarrassing yourself by inviting the plumber over to see the mess that won’t flush, try these six techniques and see if you can fix things on your own.
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How to Save 25% on your Water Bill

If you knew you could save up to 25% on your water bill each month would you be interested in learning how? Of course you would! In recent years, states in drought conditions have issued mandatory conservation procedures to cut water usage by 25%. Many new homes are already built with water conservation in mind, but for all other homes, there are some simple DIY steps homeowners can take to save money while also aiding conservation efforts.
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Rural Living & Septic Tanks

Living in a rural area has many benefits: the ability to enjoy the great outdoors, plenty of privacy, the list goes on and on. However, country living also comes with its fair share of not-so-great attributes as well. Maintaining a water and septic system usually finds its way to the top of that list.
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CityWIDE's Covid-19 Response

CityWIDE's response to the Covid-19 concerns
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Tips to Prevent Drain Clogs

Clogged drains in the kitchen or bathroom are not anyone's idea of fun. A clog can be a smelly, nasty mess that prevents you from using your sinks and showers/bathtubs. By staying on top of things, you can avoid these messy clogs.
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Understanding Your Septic Tank

The septic tank is a vital necessity ?存 a necessity that can fail catastrophically if not properly maintained. If you have a septic tank, it is important to know how it functions. Basic knowledge, and an ability to troubleshoot, may even help a homeowner in determining when a sewer & drain service needs to be contacted.
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Tips to Prevent Pipe Bursts

A busted pipe is a huge inconvenience for any homeowner and plumber. It is environmentally unsustainable and can be very expensive to repair. Fortunately, there are precautions you can take to prevent pipes from bursting.
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Preventing and Recognizing Contaminated Water

Contaminated water can pose serious health hazards to your home?各s water supply. However, there are some very easy ways to prevent contamination and recognize when there is a problem.
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The Problem with Clay Pipes

clay pipes are much harder to work with than PVC. They are also much heavier ?存 requiring an extra cost for industrial-grade machinery to repair or move them.
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Water Heater Repair and Maintenance

Water heaters age and will need to be replaced over time, but simple maintenance and knowledge will help you see warning signs or avoid premature repairs. To extend the lifetime of your water heater, it is strongly recommended that you perform regular maintenance checkups on your system.
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Do You Have a Hidden Leak?

Water leaks can happen at any time and in places where you least expect them. A small leak may seem somewhat harmless, but leaving it un-repaired can result in high water bills and costly water damage in your home?各s walls and foundation.
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4 Benefits of a Home Water Filtration System

Installing a home water filtration system or refrigerator filter offers safer drinking water, prevents costly plumbing repairs and can even help you save on the cost of soap and laundry detergent, among other benefits.
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Choosing the Right Shower Head

The plumbing experts at CityWIDE can help recommend or install any variety of shower head or bathroom fixture. Consider the following types of shower heads to see what works best for your needs
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Why You Should Clean Your Dishwasher

Our experts recommend cleaning your dishwasher every two or three months to avoid buildup and musty odors when unloading clean dishes. Here are a few steps to consider when cleaning your dishwasher.
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Preventing Garbage Disposal Disasters

Despite its name, a garbage disposal is not equipped to process all the food that can collect in a kitchen sink over the holiday season. When in doubt, err on the side of caution and dump the food in a garbage can.
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How a Septic Tank Works

Modern septic tank systems consist of a buried tank made of concrete, fiberglass or plastic material. This container holds collected wastewater from your home long enough for the solids to break down and collect at the bottom of the tank. Any remaining oil and grease collects at the top of the tank.
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You Might be a Plumber If...

Every plumber should be polite, well-trained, accountable, timely, professional and passionate about what they do. CityWIDE Plumbing & Drain Service hires only plumbers with the best of integrity and skill.
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Simple Ways to Prevent Common Plumbing Problems

Preventative maintenance can be a lot less expensive than calling a plumber. Here are a few regular maintenance tips and simple steps you can take to help save you money in the long run.
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How to Tackle Your Toilet

Toilet problems happen in every home. Here are some tips and tricks to help you save some money before calling CityWIDE Plumbers.
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