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Is Your Home Prone To A Plumbing Emergency?

When it comes to plumbing systems, a plumbing emergency can make any homeowner feel powerless with frustration. This feeling becomes especially acute when you have water dripping down your walls, for example, with no idea how to stop it. Because of this, the sensible and educated homeowner would be wise to hire the highest quality

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Calling A Plumber When Remodeling Your Kitchen

Since remodeling is almost always a complex job, make sure you use a professional plumber in areas that will be covered, sealed off or not easily fixed if they are broken. Hidden leaks caused by DIY plumbing renovations are some of the main reasons we get called out to someone’s home. Worse is when you

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Business Update To Coronavirus (COVID-19)

1-800-Plumber + Air’s Update To Coronavirus Updated April 14th We are excited to announce our fully contactless service that we are now offering in order to keep our customers and our staff safe! Contactless Service: We are committing ourselves to the highest level of care and consideration for your family to keep all of our

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How to Remove a Bathtub Drain Stopper

Hair, soap residue and other debris can find its way inside your bathtub drain. If left in place, these materials can eventually form massive clogs inside your drain line, causing messy backups, slow drainage and other frustrating plumbing problems. One of the best ways to combat this issue is to use a bathtub drain stopper.

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Drain Cleaning in Shelton CT

The drains on your bathtubs, sinks, shower stalls and other fixtures play an important role in the function of your plumbing system. When drains are clogged or damaged, it can cause a lot of issues for property owners. At 1-800-Plumber of CT, we enjoy providing local home and business owners with a range of reliable

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How to Increase Your Water Pressure

Are you tired of struggling with low water pressure when taking your morning shower or rinsing the dishes after dinner? The ideal water pressure reading should be around 45 to 55 psi. If you tested your water pressure, and it falls below this standard, then this can indicate problems with your plumbing system. At 1-800-Plumber

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