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General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing has been a plumbing in Concord for years. We provide home plumbing services and repairs and can send you a licensed Concord plumber now. If you have an emergency, call us since our fast local response plumbers are near your home right now.
Some of General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing’s most commonly requested residential plumbing services:
- Water heaters tank-less and tank type.
- Standard Water heater replacements
- Fixture change-outs: sinks, faucets, bathtubs, toilets
- Leak detection & investigations for high water bill complaints
- Re-pipe water and drain piping
- Sewer gas emissions and odor investigations
- Stoppages sewer drain cleaning and recurrent stoppage inspections
- Water treatment iron, sulfur, & calcium problems
- City water hook-ups from well water
- Wells, bladder tanks and pumps
- Generator sales, service & installations
- Investigative plumbing & insurance reports for plumbing related damages
- Natural gas & propane gas piping, gas leak detections-carbon monoxide leaks.
Concord Plumbing Experts Knowledgebase
- Home-Improvement:Plumbing Articles from EzineArticles.com
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- How To Install PEX Plumbing In A Home From Start To Finish
Publish Date: Friday 11th of March 2011 11:15:10 AM
Learning how to install PEX plumbing in a new home consists of gathering the proper tools and then running the material. This material is designed to be used in place of conventional copper and PVC tubing. The flexibility of this material makes it ideal for installations that require a lot of bends and turns.
- Toilet Replacement Without A Plumber
Publish Date: Friday 11th of March 2011 07:54:58 AM
If you're in the mood for a little DIY toilet installation, this article is for you! Read on to learn more.
- Thawing Frozen Pipes In Your Home
Publish Date: Friday 11th of March 2011 07:06:10 AM
If you live in a cold climate where your area experiences freezing temperatures in the winter, especially temperatures below freezing, you may have experienced or one day have to deal with the problem of frozen pipes. Frozen pipes, if they should break, can cause significant water damage to your home and your property inside it, when the frozen water thaws and sprays out of the broken pipes. You not only have broken pipes and fixtures that need repair, you may also flood your home with water. If your pipes have frozen and you notice indications that a pipe has broken, do not attempt to thaw the pipe. Call a plumber immediately. But if one or more of your pipes are frozen and do not appear broken, you can attempt to thaw them yourself.