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At Spartan Plumbing Inc., we want your plumbing to run smoothly at all times, and we know that a little bit of knowledge can go a long way towards maintaining your plumbing. Browse through our blog posts below to stay on top of your plumbing, and be sure to call us if you have any questions.
You may notice an unusual odor in your tap water and become concerned. You likely don’t want to drink the water only to fall sick. Additionally, the odor may interfere with your domestic chores. For example, it may transfer to the food you prepare or on your clothes after laundry, undermining your quality of life.…Read More
As your parents advance in age, they often have more need to make their home as comfortable and relaxing as possible. Getting in or out of a conventional tub or shower can be uncomfortable and unsafe for them, which is why you should consider a walk-in tub. Discover six convincing reasons to install a walk-in…Read More
Soil conditions, material, and design determine how long your sewer line lasts. You must replace your sewer line at the end of its lifespan to prevent environmental pollution. You may also need to replace a sewer line due to catastrophic damage. Below are some factors that determine the amount you need for the replacement project.…Read More
An additional bathroom increases your house’s resale value and personal comfort. What is more, a bathroom addition is not as expensive as most people think. The exact installation cost will depend on different factors, such as the following. Bathroom Location Your new bathroom’s location determines how much work you need for the installation. Below are…Read More
Electricity and gas are some of the most popular energy sources for residential water heating in the United States. Each energy source has its pros and cons, as well as standout features. Analyze your home and needs to help you choose the best energy source. Below are the major areas in which gas and electric…Read More
Water heaters have definite lifespans, just like other plumbing appliances. Your water heater will experience parts failure as it nears the end of its lifespan. However, some parts of the water heater might fail before others. You can replace such parts to prolong the heater’s lifespan. Below are parts of the water heater you may…Read More
Some plumbing problems always require professionals’ involvement. For example, you should always leave sewer line replacements to professional contractors. Below are the top reasons the contractors are the best for the job. They Know the Best Techniques to Use Plumbing contractors use different methods to replace damaged sewer lines. The traditional method involves excavating the…Read More
The family bathroom is an essential part of your home. Yet, many homeowners overlook their plumbing systems until an issue arises. Instead of waiting for a broken toilet or clogged shower, consider taking a proactive approach. Investing in plumbing upgrades will increase comfort and boost the value of your property. And with a skilled plumbing…Read More
Some plumbing pipes, appliances, or fixtures behave as if they are sweating. You may notice beads of moisture or even actual drips on such plumbing surfaces. The process may look normal and harmless, but it can have serious repercussions for your house. You may stop the sweating if you know why it occurs in the…Read More
Should you leave some plumbing jobs to a pro? The growing number of DIY videos and seemingly simple home improvement tutorials online make it seem like anyone can fix any plumbing problem. But this isn’t always true. Before you try to detect, diagnose, or fix a potential plumbing system issue, take a look at the…Read More
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“We had a clog that overflowed the toilet. I called this morning and Mark was out within a couple hours. He explained what needed to be done and was very courteous and informative. I hope I never have to invite Mark over again, but he’s the one I’ll call if I’m ever in need of plumbing services.”
— Trisha R.