The Sunny Plumber Las Vegas Blog : Archive for January, 2017

Signs of Leaking Pipes

Monday, January 30th, 2017

plumber-working-on-pipeIf we were to put most homeowners on the spot and ask them to come up with a possible plumbing problems that could affect their properties, “leaking pipes” would certainly be among the most popular answers. The pipes that compose so much of our plumbing systems are integral to the operation of that system. They are also fairly vulnerable. Even modern copper piping is corrosion resistant, not corrosion proof.

When pipes do start to leak, it doesn’t really take long for serious damage to occur. What can take long is for the homeowner to notice that there is a problem in the first place, though. That is why it is so important that you learn to recognize the signs that there are leaking pipes in your home. That doesn’t mean that you’ll be able to pinpoint the source of the leak, but it will alert you to the problem so that you can schedule professional leak detection services in Las Vegas, NV.

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Is a Tankless Water Heater Right for My Home?

Monday, January 16th, 2017

There are a lot of fun and exciting ways in which to spend your money. For most homeowners, investing in a new water heater is probably not right at the top of that list. This does not change the fact that a great water heater in Las Vegas, NV is an absolute necessity in any home, though.

Considering just how much use the average water heater sees on a day to day basis, it only makes sense to take every step possible in order to ensure that you choose the right water heater for your home, hot water demands, and personal user preferences. More and more homeowners are coming to realize that the tankless water heater fits the bill. It may not be right for everyone, though. 

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The Sunny Plumber Las Vegas Shares Some Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Monday, January 9th, 2017

When most people think about freezing winter weather, Las Vegas is probably not the first place to spring to mind. Just because our winters are quite mild when compared to other areas in the country is no reason to let your guard down, though. Freezing weather can, does, and will continue to come to the Las Vegas Valley. That is why we’ve decided to share some tips that will help homeowners to avoid issues with frozen pipes.

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