How Proper Leak Detection Can Save you Thousands

Water bills can skyrocket when you have a leak that you haven’t noticed on your property. Avoid the high cost of water waste in Las Vegas by understanding some basic leak detection steps. Watch this video with our very own Las Vegas plumber Doug Smith, walking you through leak detection basics.
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Tips on How to Maintain Your Water Softening System

Las Vegas, like many cities around the United States has abrasive “hard” water. Currently, Hard Water affects 85% of household and it carries high levels of Calcium and Magnesium which leads to lime scale build-up. A water softener can be a vital household appliance and we highly advise doing proper maintenance so it functions optimally, especially since replacing a system can get costly. Here are some tips to maintain a water softening system in Las Vegas. Check the Salt Level: The salt regenerates the resin beads to prepare the water for more softening and therefore checking the salt level is
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Top 5 Important Plumbing Tips for Homeowners

You can save yourself hundreds, if not thousands by just following a few of our tips listed below: Plumbing under the Kitchen Sink Have you experienced the sprayers under the kitchen sink got stuck? Quick and easy fix is to make sure that pipes are not stuck or attached to the water shut-off valves. A quick and inexpensive fix is to slip some one-half inch foam pipe insulation over the valves and the pipes. Runny Toilet The number one water waste can come from a runny toilet. A quick check to ensure the ball or flapper is completely closed can
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Household Water Usage in Las Vegas

Since we live in the desert, we need to be mindful of reducing our household water consumption so not can conserve water, but also help the ongoing effort. Here are some helpful tip to reduce water consumption in the Las Vegas Valley. Use your dishwater frequently: In general we are apt o hand-wash our dishes. However, dish washers use less hot water and energy than washing by hand. No need to rinse, either; most modern dishwashers are designed to remove food without need for pre-rinsing. Low Flow Toilets: In general, household toilets can be you number one source of water
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Roots in your sewer line

Imagine if you flushed your toilet and all the content just back flowed out of the toilet and onto your bathroom floor? Well, the common culprit is tree roots in your sewer line. Depending on where you live, this may not happen too often, but if you do have a lot of tree bordering your house or neighborhood, we do recommend the following maintenance tip: Tip: Introduce Copper Sulfate into your sewer system. This helps prevent minor root problem from becoming a major issue. If it’s a major issue however, you may want to call a professional to help assist
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