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How to Solve Your Concerns about an Orange County Slab Leak

February 4th, 2013 · No Comments

All people have questions on their property plumbing system.  Many don’t know how to perform Orange County slab leak detection in their home. This post problem supports both to ensure people may be ready for when those plumbing emergencies arise. You need to verify that the license is perfectly up to date and search over […]

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Find out A lot more About Plumbing For the House

February 28th, 2012 · No Comments

Plumbing is usually a difficult topic. There are a lot of diverse points to think about if you are attempting to repair the plumbing inside your own house, as well as a lot that might go incorrect. If this seems overwhelming to you, read on for some easy, practical guidance to your very own plumbing […]

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Charlotte Inspector Tells How To Find A P-Trap If It Is Not Visible

June 26th, 2009 · No Comments

http://www.homeinspectioncarolina.com During a recent home inspection in Waxhaw NC, a Charlotte inspector found a drain on a tub that had been added where the p trap was not visible. The problem on the home inspection is that there is no p trap visible. You could not find it without tearing up the floors. The builder […]

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Going Green – The Waterless Toilet

May 29th, 2009 · No Comments

Most people don’t realize it, but it is not washing dishes or taking a shower that uses the most water during the day. It is actually the act of flushing a toilet. Older, less efficient toilets operate by passing over three gallons of water through the plumbing system with each flush. As water resources become […]

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Charlotte Home Inspector Finds Loose Toilet

May 7th, 2009 · No Comments

Charlotte Home Inspector Patrick Waddell found this loose toilet during his home inspection in Charlotte. Tile had been installed causing the toilet to leak. The floor flange is usually mounted on the floor during the original plumbing installation. However, if any additional subflooring (such as a smooth underlayment for vinyl flooring, or additional plywood to […]

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