Debunking Kaysville Plumbing Myths: Plumbers, DIY, Problems

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the most common myths out there surrounding plumbing and your plumbing system. Sadly, these misconceptions have spread around pretty widely in some cases, meaning many people are misinformed about some of the simplest parts of their own home’s plumbing system. At City […]

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Debunking Plumbing Myths: Leaks, Wipes, Water Pressure

Myths or misconceptions are never a good thing, and particularly when they surround products or systems that you utilize on a regular basis. For example, there are several plumbing myths out there — and if you’re mistakenly misinformed by one or more of them, the negative impact might be felt by the improper care your […]

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Slow Water Heater: Sediment, Size, Recovery Time

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some basics on why your hot water heater might be taking too long to provide water to various fixtures. There are a few reasons why this could be happening, some that are relatively easy to remedy and others that may require a bit more in-depth […]

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Slow Layton Water Heater: Distance, Age, Volume Restrictors

Hot water is a regular need for homes throughout Utah, and no one wants to wait extended periods of time to receive it. Have you recently begun noticing that it’s taking too long for your water heater to deliver hot water to various appliances in your home? There could be a few reasons for this. […]

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Plumbing Water Pressure: How to Test Your Home’s Levels

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the most important themes to be aware of when it comes to plumbing water pressure in your home. No one wants to deal with low water pressure, which results in weak streams of water and several related concerns, and it’s also important […]

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Plumbing Water Pressure: Importance and Ideal Ranges

There are a few concepts that are important in several areas of a given plumbing system, and one of these is that of water pressure. Many of us have experienced what it’s like to deal with low water pressure — showers that take forever, weak streams of water from the faucet, and several related conditions […]

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