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  • A plumber explaining a service to a homeowner.
    23
    Dec

    How Does Trenchless Sewer Repair Work?

    Are you dealing with sudden spikes in your water bills? At the same time, are you experiencing a soggy front yard, slow-moving drains, or foul sewage smells in your home? Unfortunately, if you’re encountering one or more of these frustrating issues, there’s a good chance that you need a sewer...

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  • A strip surge protector placed on a wood surface.
    08
    Dec

    What Is a Surge Protector?

    You might think that a power surge will never happen to you. Unfortunately, you can encounter this electrical problem when you least expect it. As the name suggests, a power surge is a sudden spike in voltage. It can occur for many reasons, such as lightning strikes and downed power...

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  • Burst pipe gushing water
    25
    Nov

    How to Prevent Pipes From Freezing

    When winter arrives, many of us become preoccupied with our own sense of comfort. We huddle beneath blankets, heat up some hot chocolate, and put on our coziest sweaters. Although it’s vital to stay warm and comfy throughout the colder months of the year, you shouldn’t forget that your plumbing...

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  • A mom and two kids sitting in a blanket fort with a tablet.
    12
    Nov

    5 Benefits of a Whole-Home Generator

    When the rain starts coming down outside, accompanied by heavy winds and frightful thunder, it’s easy to worry about your home’s power. One fallen branch or unfortunate lighting strike can plunge your home into complete darkness, making it impossible to access heat, hot water, and various other essentials. Fortunately, generators...

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  • 13
    Jul

    5 Summer Plumbing Problems To Avoid

    5 Summer Plumbing Problems You Can Avoid This Year Summertime is the perfect season for guests, grill outs, and gardening, but it’s also (unfortunately) prime time for plumbing problems. New ways of using your indoor and outdoor plumbing systems can bring a new host of problems – but you don’t...

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  • 05
    Jul

    Sewer Cleaning

    We talk a lot about how to clear out clogs, but what about preventing them entirely? When it comes to sewer cleaning, prevention is a great method. One of the biggest causes of sewer blockages actually comes from kitchen-sink grease. After you’re done cooking, dispose of your grease in the...

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  • 21
    Jun

    Leak Detection

    Pesky leak giving you trouble? Leaks can make your water bill climb and even cause costly damage to your home. If you’ve looked at your water bill or usage report and aren’t sure if you have a leak, check your water meter. Start by turning off all of the water...

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  • 07
    Jun

    Drain Cleaning

    Drain cleaning and maintenance is an important part of your home-care routine! To prevent clogs, clean your kitchen and bathroom drains weekly with an easy solution of baking soda, white vinegar, and water. Just pour ½ cup of baking soda into your drain and follow it up with ½ cup...

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  • 22
    Mar

    Emergency Plumbing and Electrical Services

    Sometimes when you need plumbing or electrical services for your home or business, you need them with no time to spare. That’s why the Reynolds Electric & Plumbing team leaves slots open in their regular 8-5 schedule every day for any emergency services that our community may need, including emergency...

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  • 08
    Mar

    Do it Yourself – Leaky Pipes Edition.

    If your leak is mild, there are some things you can do at home before calling in a plumber.  But before you do anything, turn off the water valve that connects to the leaking pipe. If your pipe is leaking from the nut that connects two pipe segments, grab a...

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