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Want To Prevent Tree Roots From Ruining Your Sewer Line?

Trees on your property provide beauty, value, and homes for wildlife. But many homeowners may not consider that tree roots can wreak havoc on the pipes that run near and under your property. Tree roots in sewer lines can cause severe issues in your home, including sinkholes, gurgling toilets, and slow drains. Sewer lines are […]

Categories: How to's, Sewer Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: November 2, 2022 at 2:18 pm


Commercial Plumbing Problem Warning Signs

If you are able to identify potential commercial plumbing problems early-It can curb the damage to your pipes and reduce the cost of your North Richland Hills, Texas commercial plumbing repairs. Recognizing the warning signs of plumbing problems developing can help you to address the issues expediently and get them taken care of. Here are […]

Categories: Commercial Plumbing,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: October 21, 2022 at 3:08 pm


water heater

What Temperature Should a Water Heater Be Set At?

No one likes to get burnt by scalding hot water -Heck, I’d almost rather get hit by a blast of cold water. Do you wonder what temperature your water heater should be set at? Are you unable to get a Goldilocks”just right” water temperature, no matter how high you turn up the faucets? Your water […]

Categories: Water Heaters,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: September 27, 2022 at 12:55 pm


Burst Pipe Plumber

10 Ways To Save Money On Plumbing

Want To Learn How To Save Money on Plumbing Repairs? Read on! Plumbing problems can cause significant migraines for homeowners. Common issues include leaks, clogs, and sewer issues. Not only can these problems wreak havoc on your home (and make for a terrible day), but they can also take a bite out of your budget. But […]

Categories: Burst Pipes, Clogs, DIY, How to's, Sewer Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: August 26, 2022 at 8:21 pm


Ring Down The Drain

Precious Valuable Fall Down The Drain?

Oh NO, has your ring fallen down the drain?? Have a trinket or treasure valuable that to your horror fell down the drain? Your grandmother’s family heirloom earrings or the beautiful engagement ring that you took off to do the dishes? Your first instinct may be to think they are gone in an instant, but […]

Categories: DIY, How to's, Sewer Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: August 3, 2022 at 4:13 pm


shower clog

How to Unclog Your Shower Drain

It is definitely no fun standing naked ankle-deep in soapy, dirty residue due to a clogged shower drain. This unpleasant experience is avoidable, by following our simple tips on how to unclog your drain. Clogged drains are not just an annoying thing to go through. Over time, clogged drains can lead to mold development and […]

Categories: Clogs, DIY, How to's,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: July 12, 2022 at 7:18 pm


Benefits of Water Heater Maintenance

We all take Hot water for granted – until that unexpected morning that we step into the shower, eyes still half-closed, to awaken instantly with a scream as a blast of cold water hits us and we hurl ourselves back out. Talk about a wake-up call! In order for your water heater to flow as […]

Categories: Water Heaters,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: June 21, 2022 at 5:53 pm


garbage disposal clog

Don’t Ever Put These 10 Things Down Your Garbage Disposal

It’s a machine right, like the transformers, it can take on anything, right?…WRONG. It might seem like it can handle anything, but actually, feeding your garbage disposal the wrong items is a surefire recipe for bad smells, clogs, and ultimately, a broken appliance. Here are 10 items you should absolutely never put down your garbage […]

Categories: Garbage Disposals,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: May 20, 2022 at 6:54 pm


Slab Leak

Warning Signs You Have A Slab Leak

In order to understand slab leaks– it helps to grasp how your home was built. If you have a slab foundation, before they poured the concrete for it- plumbing pipes were roughed in. Because of this- many of your home’s main plumbing lines are found underneath your home. So, a water slab leak is a […]

Categories: Slab Leak,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: April 14, 2022 at 4:02 pm


Spring Plumbing Tips from Schrader Plumbing

It’s that time of year in Texas~April storms:) bring May flowers, which means it’s time for our Spring Plumbing tips. We hope these plumbing maintenance tips can help you protect your home against plumbing issues in the future. Appliances Consider replacing water heaters older than 10 years (The first four numbers of the serial number […]

Categories: DIY, How to's,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: March 23, 2022 at 1:49 pm