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What to Do When Emergency Plumbing Issues Arise

It may surprise you, but the most common plumbing emergencies are caused by negligence. Yes, burst pipes, leaks, clogged toilets and drains can all be prevented with a little more care. We ignore noisy pipes and leaks until they escalate

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Pipe Repair & Plumbing Repipes Should Be Left to the Professionals

Leaking pipes are no fun to deal with, and they can cause havoc in your home. You might think that pipe repair & plumbing repipes are relatively easy to do, but keep in mind that the damage may be more

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Septic Pumping Is Important for Your Family’s Health

Septic Tank Pumping Truck

Septic tanks are effective in treating waste, as long as they are working properly. If your home isn’t connected to a private or municipal sewage treatment system, you probably have an on-site septic system to treat your household sewage. Although

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Worn Out Seals, Valves and Washers Are Common Reasons for Faucet Repair

Your kitchen and bathroom sinks are probably the most used fixtures in your home. Although good-quality fixtures will last a long time, heavy use can eventually lead to wear and tear over time. Your bathroom sink might need replacing, and

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Why You Need to Hire a Professional for Water Damage Restoration

Anyone who has witnessed the devastation caused by the recent floods will know what type of damage can occur. Take a look at this picture – damage like this can happen in a flash: When something like this happens, some

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New Construction Plumbing: A Quick Look at the Process from Paper to Reality

Construction Worker Connecting Pipe

Building a new home can be an exciting experience for everyone involved. When the plans have been finalized and the ground broken, the various contractors can start going full steam ahead. The time will pass very quickly, and before you

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Maybe it’s Time to Switch to a Tankless Water Heater

Maybe it’s Time to Switch to a Tankless Water Heater

Your hot water heater is the second biggest energy-consuming appliance in your home. A standard 5-gallon electric water heater costs you about $520 a year @ 10.6c per kilowatt per hour. A lot of this energy is consumed while you’re

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Our New Website is Live!

Liberty Plumbing & Septic website

We’ve been working on a new site for the last month, and we’re pleased to say it’s finally live!

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