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"I have used Bynum Plumbing several times over the years. The plumbers they employ are very knowledgeable and professionally courteous. They are very quick to respond and have consistently done quality work for us."
Mike D. - Lawrenceville, GA
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Isolation valves located at each fixture will stop the flow of water to that location. This allows water to continue to service the remainder of the house while the leak is being repaired. It's a good idea to turn on and off each isolation valve in the house at least once a year to keep them in good working condition.
source: DIY Network
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Be smart with what you put down your drain!
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Never drain a hot tub or swimming pool in your septic system. It can overload your drainfield and cause major problems.
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The traps in drains that are not used often can dry out. A dry trap can cause a room to fill with potentially harmful sewer gas from the septic tank or the city sewer system. Pour about a quart of water into the drain and top it off with a few tablespoons of cooking oil. The oil will help seal the water against evaporation.
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It's not something you think about every day, but understanding how it works and how to maintain it are important if your home has one!
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Do you suspect your toilet may have a leak? A leaky toilet can waste up to 15 gallons of water a day or 5,475 gallons a year. Don't keep throwing your money down the drain! Call us to inspect and fix the problem!
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Lower the thermostat on your water heater; water heaters sometimes come from the factory with high temperature settings. A water heater setting of 115°F provides enough hot water for most users.
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A simple fix that just might do the trick to get cleaner dishes...
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Many seemingly small plumbing projects need to be permitted by the county, so it is important to verify the local plumbing permit requirements before any work is done.
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