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Emergency Plumbing

September 26, 2016
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After a hurricane hits our area, homeowners must go through an extensive checklist to clean up any property damage and take preventive measures to guarantee no major repairs down the road. Cleaning out drains needs to be part of your post-hurricane assessments. If the drains are blocked, then major flooding can occur when another storm

Plumbing problems often plague home and business owners during the winter months, but summer comes with season-specific challenges as well. Following are several plumbing scenarios that are more likely to occur during the summer months and how you can help keep them from happening. Clogged Garbage Disposals Those who enjoy a lot of outdoor cookouts during the

May 26, 2016
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A To Z Statewide Plumbing loves doing our part in helping underprivileged children. In support of ‪‎RedNoseDay‬, $2.00 from every invoice today will be donated to support this great cause. -Don Kitchen The RedNose Crew What is RedNoseDay? Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to helping children and having fun. Proceeds benefit children and

May 13, 2016
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There are things that homeowners and businesses want to avoid at all costs. This includes water backflow. This situation can cause major problems for a home or business  and to the people who inhabit them—especially because of the danger of tainted water. There are many bugs that contaminated water can cause—none of them fun and

April 28, 2016
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Residential drain pipes can cause problems for property owners in Florida. Pipes can leak or back up due to foundation movement, calcification, aging lines or tree root intrusion. Often, it results in costing homeowners a lot of money in home repairs and landscaping fixes. In addition, it creates a health hazard due to bacteria or

March 21, 2016
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If you’ve ever experienced water damage before, then you know that you never want to experience it again. This is especially true if your water damage originated from a source that could have been prevented, such as a pipe, toilet or other water-using appliance. But water leaks from pipes and such appliances are fairly common, and the