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There are many smart ways to take better care of your home’s plumbing. In addition to installing copper water piping, you can talk to a plumber before undertaking a large backyard digging project. To learn more about these topics, visit the sites below or call All Plumbing, Inc. in Arlington at (703) 525-7973.
Find out why you should have your copper pipes installed by a plumbing professional by reading this article from This Old House .
Get some helpful information about underground power lines at the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s site.
Digging holes in your backyard can lead to power outages , natural gas leaks, and numerous other problems, according to this CBS News report.
Did you know that copper plumbing usually lasts for 50 years or longer? It does, according to House Logic.
Make sure you’re choosing the right type of copper piping for your home by talking to a plumber and reading this Family Handyman article.
Are you in the process of installing a new fence or digging up some ground for a garden? If so, you should exercise caution because there are likely water mains , natural gas pipes, and other utility lines buried underneath the ground on your property. Accidentally striking any of these utility lines could lead to property damage, injury, and other serious problems. For more information on the common types of utility lines that could be right under your nose, keep reading below:
While electrical lines are usually connected to above-ground power poles, they are sometimes buried underneath the ground as well. Normally, these utility lines are red in color and are installed 18 to 24 inches below the surface of the soil. Particular caution should be exercised when digging around these lines, since striking one of them could cause a severe power outage, or in a worst-case scenario, result in electrocution.
Underground plumbing lines are usually very effective at transporting water to a house for years of uninterrupted service. However, if plumbing pipes are struck by a pickaxe or shovel, they can easily start leaking, flooding a backyard and causing an extensive amount of water damage to the property. To avoid these issues, you should contact a professional plumbing service. They will be able to find the exact location of your plumbing lines using sophisticated pipe-finding technology, allowing you to dig in your yard safely.
Natural Gas Pipes
Many people in the Arlington area use natural gas in their homes. If you are one of them, you will need your plumber to point out the location of gas piping on your property before starting your project. Knowing where your gas lines are will prevent you from puncturing them while digging and causing a fire hazard.
At All Plumbing, Inc., we can locate your outdoor water pipes and underground gas lines. So whether you are planning an outdoor project or are hoping to have new piping installed, we can assist you. Call our office in Arlington today at (703) 525-7973.
Have you noticed unusually high water bills lately? If so, it’s likely that you’re using too much water around the house. Happily, you can fix this problem by following the few simple steps mentioned in this video.
First, try not to flush your toilets more than once per use, since they waste a lot of water. If a toilet won’t stop running, have it looked at by a plumbing professional. Next, reduce your showering time as much as possible, as this will save water. Lastly, keep faucets from running when you’re washing your face or brushing your teeth.
If you have questions about using water wisely around the home, call the plumbing professionals at All Plumbing, Inc. of Arlington. Our team can help you save water and check for leaky pipes in your residence that may be contributing to higher water bills. Call (703) 525-7973 to talk with us today.
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