Do you know what temperature your water heater is set to? If not, you should — especially if you have children in your home. In fact, AntiScald.com claims that scald burns are the leading cause of burn-related injuries among children. Did you know that almost 65% of children under the age of four who are […]

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Since plumbing is such an often-overlooked aspect of home maintenance, it’s no surprise that the majority of service calls are remedial rather than preventative. Most people tend to ignore their homes’ plumbing until an issue arises, but it’s far more cost-effective to be proactive about inspection and maintenance. For the average homeowner, however, this can […]

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Lift station repair is important, because lift stations have a variety of uses. Regardless of how or why they are implemented they remain a vital — and often forgotten about — aspect of many businesses and neighborhoods. Large pumping stations that deliver water to canals here in Southwest Florida are vital components of our water system and […]

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Are you a homeowner who wants to learn about maintaining your plumbing system? If so, it’s important that you learn how to do so effectively without trying things that may damage your system or pipes or otherwise waste your money. Here are five myths about home plumbing you’ll want to avoid. Myth: You Can Use […]

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Sewage pumps and lift stations are used for pumping sewage or wastewater from a low elevation to a higher one, especially when the use of gravity conveyance is hindered by the fact that you can’t dig down very far here in Southwest Florida (or if the source’s initial elevation isn’t sufficient for gravity flow). Often […]

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We are almost through December and many people are starting to think about their New Year’s resolutions. We’ve compiled some plumbing-related ideas for resolutions that you can stick to throughout the year to help save the environment — and your wallet! I will not flush things down the toilet that don’t belong there (baby wipes, […]

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We can almost guarantee that very few Cape Coral plumbers have ever heard the words, “I can’t stand how high the water pressure is in my house. It’s like showering under a fire hose. I can’t handle the pressure!” Most people want as much water pressure as their faucets will put out. A good number […]

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Lift stations contain pumps, valves, and electrical equipment necessary to pump water or waste-water from a low elevation to a high elevation. For example, a sewage lift station is used to pump sewage or waste-water uphill from a low-lying neighborhood to a collection system of pipes that will eventually run into a treatment facility. Lift […]

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It’s estimated that water damage to homes costs roughly $9 billion a year in insurance claims, accounting for a whopping 23% of all homeowner property losses. Water damage and flooding is a growing problem in Southwest Florida due to aging structures and faulty pipes made from poor materials that were installed with shoddy contracting work. […]

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