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  • We are often told not to ignore seemingly minor symptoms when it comes to our health. After all, even minor symptoms may be the beginning of something more sinister. The same logic can be applied to your home’s plumbing system.


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  • A garbage disposal unit makes quick work of food scraps and other kitchen wastes. However, as plumbers point out, many homeowners tend to overestimate the power and features of their units. If you’re putting any of these items down your garbage disposal, you may be shortening its service lifespan.


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  • Whenever you use the bathroom, all those splashing, gurgling, and trickling sounds are all normal sounds you hear on the daily. But what does it mean when those noises occur when no one is using the bathroom or other water sources in your home? If you hear weird noises coming through your pipes, then there’s a good chance that it’s time to call a plumber in Naples, FL.


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  • Southwest Florida is a beautiful coastal area that offers its residents breath-taking views and a wonderful breeze. It’s warm all year-round and is, hands-down, one of the best places in the continental U.S. to get a suntan.


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  • Over the years, there have been many innovations when it comes to plumbing in Naples, FL or elsewhere. While it may be tempting to work with the current plumbing in your house or business, here are some of the reasons why you should consider incorporating new plumbing technology in your home, particularly if you are thinking of an overhaul.


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  • No matter how durable the plumbing materials in your home are, you will reach the moment when they begin to fail and you must replace them. All pipes are eventually subject to either decay, rust, corrosion or other deterioration that exceeds mere repair. You will need an experienced plumber in Naples, FL to repipe. Otherwise, the faulty plumbing system may create bigger troubles, such as flooding in your home or damage to walls and floors.


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  • If your garbage disposal is not running, first, check to see whether it will turn freely with a service wrench. Each disposer is shipped with a self-service wrench. The wrench is silver colored, and shaped like a little crank, about four inches long. If it will not turn freely with a service wrench, the disposal is probably jammed.


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