Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. Blog : Archive for July, 2016

How Do I Improve the Quality of My Water?

Monday, July 25th, 2016

Water quality should be on the minds of every homeowner. Even if you get your water from a municipal source, it’s imperative that it be potable and ready for bathing, cooking, cleaning, and drinking. But is yours? Can you trust that it’s actually clean and ready for use? 

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3 Reasons for Bad-Smelling Drains

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Nobody wants to have unpleasant smells wafting through their home. If you keep a clean house, but then start to notice foul odors coming from the drains, you’ll want to have the problem taken care of immediately. This is a smart idea, since not only will this eliminate the smells, it can also prevent huge issues from developing within your home’s drainage system or the sewer lines.

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Signs That You Need Septic Tank Repairs

Monday, July 11th, 2016

Not every home has access to a municipal sewer system that removes waste and takes it to a treatment plant. For homes without a connection to the sewer system, a septic tank instead handles the job of treating wastewater to remove sludge and scum from it and then sending the clear water down into a drainfield.

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Some Reasons Your Sewer May Backup

Monday, July 4th, 2016

Few plumbing emergencies are more urgent than when the sewer line backs up, which can cause wastewater to enter a home and all the drains to clog up. If this occurs in your house, you must call on plumbing professionals with experience and the most advanced tools available. Our plumbers will find out what has caused the sewer line trouble in your home and have the problem fixed correctly—so that it stays fixed.

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Why You Need the Best Plumbers for New Construction Plumbing

Monday, July 4th, 2016

When constructing a new building, whether a residential or commercial one, proper planning for the plumbing is essential. In fact, after the frame and foundation of the building, getting the plumbing done correctly is the most important part of a successful new construction project.

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