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Sewer Line Repair

Signs Your Sewer Main Line is in Trouble

In residential homes, there are drain lines that carry your drainage water away from your sinks, showers, tubs, and toilets. All these lines lead to the main sewer line. This large pipe sends the waste from your home into the city sewer system. If it gets clogged, drains all over your home are unable to […]

Categories: Sewer Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: January 3, 2022 at 7:19 pm


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Reasons Your Water Line Breaks?

It can be the makings of a very bad day if you walk out the front door and see your yard flooding everywhere. If the underground water line throughout your home somehow springs a leak, your heart will sink in your chest. What are some reasons that water lines break? Schrader Plumbing has noticed there […]

Categories: Burst Pipes, Water Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: December 15, 2021 at 5:26 pm


Gas Line Repair

Warning Signs That You May Need A Gas Line Repair in North Richland Hills

How do I know if I have a gas leak? Realizing there is a gas leak in your home is not as easy as you might think. Over the course of time, just like anything else in your home, your gas supply line can get damaged due to daily use. As a result, it is […]

Categories: Gas Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: December 9, 2021 at 5:39 pm


Getting Hose Bibbs Ready for Winter

I’m sure all of us in the DFW area remember last year’s crazy freeze–and I can safely say that every one of us wants to avoid any more burst pipes in case we get another weather event and putting away the garden hose and storing it until spring should be a top priority. If you […]

Categories: Burst Pipes, How to's,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: December 1, 2021 at 5:30 pm


How to Winterize Your Plumbing

Do you remember the freak snowpocalypse in the state of Texas during February 2021? If so you probably dealt with some plumbing issues in its aftermath that left most of the state frozen and without power for nearly a week. No one wants to deal with that shenanigans again, So take heed of Schrader Plumbings’ […]

Categories: Burst Pipes, How to's, Water Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: October 8, 2021 at 5:43 pm


Sewer Clean Out

What is a Sewer Clean Out?

Modern plumbing creates many fail-safes to help prevent sewer issues. From drain traps to vent pipes, your home is well-protected against sewage backups. One very important component of this system that you should be aware of is the sewer clean-out. Continue reading to discover what sewer cleanouts are, why they’re important, and where you can locate them! […]

Categories: Sewer Clean Out, Sewer Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: September 9, 2021 at 3:33 pm


5 Signs You May Have a Broken Sewer Line

The thought of a broken sewer line can have the calmest people feeling anxious. A broken sewer line is something to take seriously. Property damage, sewage backup, and potential health risks are all possible if your sewer line is blocked or damaged and not fixed right away.  What is a Sewer Line? It’s the underground […]

Categories: Sewer Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: August 31, 2021 at 3:51 pm


Burst Pipe Plumber

5 Commonly Asked Questions About Hidden Leaks

Schrader Plumbing technicians are gurus in leak detection and repair. It is every homeowner’s nightmare to find a burst or leaky pipe since this wastes water and can lead to mold growth and structural damage. Most often, plumbing pipes in a home are hidden from sight, so locating leaks is difficult and requires licensed plumbers […]

Categories: Leak Detection, Water Lines,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: August 27, 2021 at 6:40 pm


DIY Plumbing Projects That Are Actually Illegal

You might fancy yourself the world’s greatest handyman. And you very well could be. But just, because you can do it yourself, doesn’t mean you should. We all think that saving money is a great idea, but tackling these projects on your own may cost you more in the long run. Many plumbing jobs, for […]

Categories: DIY, Gas Lines, Water Heaters,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: August 27, 2021 at 3:48 pm


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REASONS TO INSTALL A TOUCHLESS FAUCET

We have all seen automatic faucets in the retail environment but touchless faucets are gaining in popularity for residential plumbing as well. There are many benefits to touchless faucets, Especially during the current Coronavirus Pandemic. Take a look at some reasons why you may want to consider a hands-free faucet: Keep Your Faucets Clean A hands-free faucet […]

Categories: COVID-19, Touchless Faucets,
By: Michelle Kurcina

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Last Modified: August 27, 2021 at 3:48 pm