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Do I Need A Water Softener?

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Mon, Jul 24, 2017 @ 08:00 AM

Hard water is a common problem for many Florida residents due to the high mineral content in our groundwabigstock--194122030.jpgter. The higher the level of calcium in your water, the more problems you may have because of it. Installing a water softener system for your home is the best way to deal with hard water and its unpleasant consequences. Consider the following reasons for getting a water softener:

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Tags: Bill Fenwick Plumbing, Clogged Drains, hard water, Emergency Plumbing, Water Softener, Plumbing Repairs

Will I Still Have Plumbing During A Power Outage?

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Sat, Jul 15, 2017 @ 01:00 PM

It isn't often you think of plumbing and electricity at the same time, but many plumbing functions actually depend on electricity to run. If your electricity goes out, you may find yourself with a backed up basement,bigstock--131595953.jpg burst pipes, no hot water and even a toilet that doesn't flush. Let's take a brief look at how electricity affects the various parts of your plumbing and discuss what you can do about some of these things.

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Tags: Tankless Water Heater, leaking, Bill Fenwick Plumbing, 24/7 plumbing jacksonville, power outage, Emergency Plumbing

Will My Homeowner's Insurance Cover a Broken Pipe?

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Wed, May 31, 2017 @ 10:50 AM

Old leaky pipes can be a disaster.The devastation of a broken pipe in your home can ruin more than only your day — it can take weeks and thousands of dollars to repair the damage!  Many homeowners who have suffered a broken pipe have asked one simple question, “Who is going to pay for all of this?”

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Tags: water bill, leaking, Bill Fenwick Plumbing, 24/7 plumbing jacksonville, Homeowners Insurance, Broken Pipe, Gas Leaks, Bill Fenwick, Emergency Plumbing

How Do I Locate And Shut Off My Main Water Valve?

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Fri, Apr 14, 2017 @ 09:57 AM

Knowing where your home's water shut off valve is can save you a lot of grief in the unfortunate event that something goes wrong with your plumbing.When plumbing emergencies strike, you want to act fast to prevent lasting damage to your property and possessions. Water can ruin wood floors or cabinetry, soak carpets or rugs leaving mold in its wake, and create a mess you will be cleaning up for weeks - or even months. A simple pipe break can leave a lingering trail of destruction, as well as frustration and avoidable stress.

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Tags: main water valve, how to turn off water, Emergency Plumbing

How to Survive a Plumbing Emergency

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Fri, Nov 18, 2016 @ 04:00 PM

DIY_Plumbing.pngMost major plumbing problems have warning signs if you know what to look for. It’s rare that something catastrophic just happens out of the blue, so it’s important to know these warning signs. If you know what to look for, you may be able to prevent a plumbing emergency and minimize the damage in the event of a plumbing disaster.

 

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Tags: plumbing, plumbing tips, Emergency Plumbing

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