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    Identifying a Quality Plumber

    Last updated 3 days ago

    There are a lot of plumbing companies in Arlington, but how do you know which one you can trust? There isn’t much time to spare when a plumbing emergency strikes, so it’s important that you identify quality plumbers in your area before you need them. For starters, speak with your friends, family, and neighbors and ask for recommendations. Even if they can’t point you in the direction of a good plumber, they will probably be able to tell you which plumbers to avoid. Once you’ve narrowed down your list, call each plumbing company and get an idea of how much they charge for basic and emergency plumbing services. Also make sure that the plumbing company is insured.

    For the best plumbing services in Arlington, contact All Plumbing, Inc. Our plumbing company has been serving Northern Virginia for over 30 years, so you can trust that our services are of the highest caliber. Visit our website to learn more about our residential and commercial plumbing services, including drain cleaning and sewer main repair. If you have any questions, call us at (571) 482-7046. 

    Detroit Family Faces Major Plumbing Issues

    Last updated 15 days ago

    Even well-designed and maintained plumbing systems give homeowners trouble from time to time. To better understand the importance of attending to plumbing problems before they become too costly to repair, watch this ABC news segment.

    The subject of this video is a Detroit-area home with a main sewer line problem that causes sewage to back up into the home’s various pipes and drains. This problem is reparable, but would have been much easier and less expensive to repair if it had been detected earlier.

    If pooling water, the smell of raw sewage, or strange sounds make you think there is a problem with your home’s plumbing infrastructure, do not hesitate to call the plumber. To speak with a residential plumbing specialist in Arlington who has been serving Northern Virginia homeowners for more than 30 years, call All Plumbing, Inc. at (571) 482-7046.

    Preventing Basement Flooding in the Rainy Season

    Last updated 23 days ago

    When it rains during the rainy season, it pours. And when it pours, your Northern Virginia home’s basement is far more likely to flood than normal. To keep water from flooding your basement and to avoid the hassles associated with water damage, follow these simple plumbing and home maintenance steps.

    style="font-size: 11px;">Inspect Foundation Wall
    One way that water finds its way into a home is through cracks in the foundation. Water can also find entry through the saturation of soil that has accumulated over a home’s siding. Closely inspect your home’s foundation, brushing away any soil that is clinging to your lower walls and seal any cracks and gaps you find.

    style="font-size: 11px;">Clean Gutters
    One of the most effective ways to keep rainwater out of your home is to stay on top of a gutter cleaning and maintenance routine. Thoroughly clean your gutters so that water can quickly pass through them, extending or redirecting downspouts if they are within 10 feet of your home’s foundation.

    style="font-size: 11px;">Cover Window Wells
    If you have basement windows or other below-grade windows on your property, clean them of debris and cover them with clear, plastic covers. This will prevent water from penetrating your basement through gaps in window seals without blocking natural light.

    style="font-size: 11px;">Test Sump Pump
    Check your sump pump’s discharge pipe to make sure it’s extended far enough away from your home, and test your sump pump to ensure that it’s still in good working order. If it isn’t, discuss with your plumber whether it should be repaired or replaced. If your Northern Virginia home has a basement but no sump pump, contact a local plumbing professional to have an automatic sump pump installed in your home.

    Keeping water out of your home’s basement is simple if you install an automatic sump pump. To employ the help of an experienced basement waterproofing and sump pump installation professional in Arlington, contact All Plumbing, Inc. at (571) 482-7046.

    How Hydro Jetting Clears Clogged Pipes

    Last updated 29 days ago

    Have you recently experienced a series of drain clogs or noticed that your home’s drains have started draining more slowly than usual? If you have a drainage problem that has not been alleviated with home plumbing remedies, professional hydro jetting services may be just what you need.

    After honing in on the problem with advanced video inspection technology, an experienced plumber uses a high-pressure hose with a high-strength nozzle to completely rid the clogged pipe of debris. This is the most advanced and effective plumbing strategy for seriously clogged pipes, and can remove everything from hair, dirt, and grease buildup to leaves and tree roots that have infiltrated a plumbing line.

    Proudly serving Northern Virginia home and business owners for longer than three decades, All Plumbing, Inc. is an Arlington plumbing professional you can trust. To learn more about our hydro jetting services or to schedule a 4000 PSI pipe clearing with one of our skilled plumbers, call (571) 482-7046.

    Solve Your Sewer Line Woes [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Nothing strikes fear into the hearts of homeowners quite like the idea of having a sewer or water main plumbing meltdown. Everything from an errant tree root to soil erosion can damage your sewer or water lines, causing problems in your home. If you notice standing water in your yard or slow drainage inside your home, then you could have an issue. The good news is that sewer and water main repair and replacement no longer mean tearing up your landscaping and performing hugely expensive repairs. Now, your plumber can use trenchless technology to repair or replace your lines using only two small access holes. Get the facts about sewer and water main repair and replacement in this infographic from Arlington, VA’s All Plumbing, Inc. Help your friends and family learn their options for plumbing repair by sharing this information with them. 

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