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Common Causes of a Leaky Faucet

Your faucet is leaking, and the steady drip, drip of water is driving you crazy. You’ve thought about calling a plumber or perhaps fixing a plumbing problem yourself, but you just haven’t gotten around to it yet. Did you know that...

How to Prepare Outdoor Plumbing for the Winter

Fixing a plumbing problem due to freezing is something you definitely don’t want to deal with in winter. Leaks or breaks in interior pipes are bad enough, but frozen outdoor plumbing can sometimes cause problems inside your house,...

Warning Signs of a Clogged Sewer Line

A clogged sewer line is a common, yet serious issue in a household. It can not only make using the bathroom the bathroom difficult, but it can also affect every drain in the home. As such, it's vital to pay close attention to the early signs...

The Importance of Preventative Furnace Maintenance

Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” It is far better to take small steps to ensure proper performance of your furnace than than to wait for failure and react accordingly....

Why Is My Air Conditioner Blowing Warm Air?

One of the most dreadful experiences for homeowners is when they discover that their air conditioner is blowing warm air. Homeowners who find their air conditioner malfunctioning quickly become uncomfortable as temperatures rise inside the home...

How Can I Improve the Water Pressure in My Home

If you turn on your shower and it’s barely sprinkling water, then your water pressure is probably fairly low. Low water pressure is an inconvenience in the bathroom, but it can negatively affect other area of your home as well. For...

How to Prevent Common Air Conditioning Problems

There is a variety of problems that can happen with your air conditioner, and thankfully, most are completely preventable. Today's central air conditioner manufacturers make highly durable and long lasting equipment. However, like all...

How to Prevent Outdoor Plumbing Problems This Summer

With summer fast approaching, now is the time to take action to prevent any problems from occurring with your outdoor plumbing. Here are some tips from the plumbers at Heaney Plumbing & Heating, the best plumbers in Detroit, on how to ensure...

How to Properly Clean the Drains in Your Home

If you have a bad odor, a stain or a clog in your drain you will need to clean out your drain. You should clean your drains on a regular basis to prevent problems. In fact, all drains in your home should have regular maintenance. Chemical...

5 Signs Your Water Line Needs Repiping

Are worried about the plumbing and water lines in your home or commercial building? This is a valid concern, and while many pipes and water lines are designed to last for decades, that doesn't guarantee that they won't fail at...

How Can I Stop My Pipes From Sweating?

Have you ever seen a pipe in your home with so much water dripping from it that you were sure the pipe had a leak? Yet when you examined the pipe closely you saw that the pipe had no leak at all? This is caused by condensation, which is often...

End of Season Furnace Maintenance Tips

Winter seems to have finally left us, but even though the calendar tells us it is spring, furnaces in Metro Detroit are still running during the cold nights.  Hopefully our furnaces can hibernate soon, but in order for them to rest...

4 Signs You Need to Replace Your Sump Pump

Sump pumps, like everything else, have a fixed lifespan. Usually, the lifespan of a sump pump is between 5 and 10 years. Sump pumps that are used more than others tend to fail closer to 4 years, while sump pumps used less frequently can last...

How Can I Force the Air out of My Pipes?

From time to time, homeowners experience screeching or banging noises from their water pipes.  This can happen if air gets trapped at high points in your water supply.  Usually, this creates nothing more than an annoying sound with a...

How to Fix a Leaky Faucet

That slow, annoying drip coming out of your faucet is not only aggravating, but it can also be costly.  If left untreated, slow drips can become steady, which can really impact the water bill over time.  Sometimes it is necessary to...
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