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August 25th, 2015

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If you don’t already know where the water heater is in your home, it is generally located in the corner of an unfinished basement or in the utility closet of a finished basement. If a home does not have a basement it will be located in a utility closet on one of the main living levels of the home.

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June 1st, 2015

With the recent storm activity causing floods, a good sump pump installation should include a backup system for power outages or for main pump break downs.When installing the backup system you should always install a separate discharge line from your primary sump pump. If one of the discharge pipes were to clogged or freeze you have a backup discharge pipe. Also helps in the event of sudden flash floods demand, more volume of flow from your pumps.Flotek Plumbing installs Nex Pump…

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May 27th, 2015

Keeping your sump pump in good working condition is critical during the rainy seasons. Here are a few sump pump maintenance tips to keep your sump pump from needing repair and keep your basement dry.Sump Pump Repair TipsClean the pump inlet screen. Once a year clean your sump pit to be free of debris. Making sure the power cord is plugged in and test by dumping buckets of water in the sump pit to raise the float and turn on the pump. Make sure your sump pump piping discharge line…

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March 5th, 2015

The use of a whole house carbon filter is the last means of protection breakdowns in municipal water treatment and sanitation system.Whole house carbon filters are designed to eliminate the most common water issues including bad odor, taste, cloudy water. They will also remove the other contaminants including chlorine, chloramines, heavy metals, pesticides and volatile organics. With a whole house carbon filter, you can be sure that you have safe and pure water through out your…

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February 23rd, 2015

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Water softeners have many benefits that many do not realize. We’ve had great results after installing water softeners.The main purpose of a water softener is to counter act the negative effects of hard water. Water softeners are specific ion exchangers that are designed to remove ions, which are positively charged. Softeners mainly remove calcium and magnesium ions. Calcium and magnesium are often referred to as “hard minerals”.Although hard water is generally safe to use, the…

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