Pipeworks Inc. Blog : Archive for June, 2020

The Problems That Come with Clogged Drains

Monday, June 29th, 2020

Clogged drains are a hassle on their own, that’s for sure. We like to think of symptoms that lead up to clogged drains, but we rarely think of clogged drains as symptoms themselves. They are for certain issues on their own, and at that point, you’re going to need professional plumbing services.

Think about it. When your drains begin to clog and you’ve got standing water in your drains, sinks, and pipes, you’re begging for additional problems to arrive and cause you trouble. From leaks to mold issues, having a drain clog that exists for longer than a week or so just isn’t a good idea.

That’s why we’re going to go over some of the problems you could be experiencing as a result of your drain clog. Don’t be afraid to call our team for drain repair in Bloomington, IL if you’ve been dealing with any of the following issues.

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Does Your Home Need a Sump Pump?

Monday, June 15th, 2020

Sump pumps are unique devices. Sure, we think they’re important, but they’re not something that homeowners pine after like they do air conditioners or dehumidifiers. However, we’re going to work hard to change that image because, in our area, sump pumps can be a huge benefit to homeowners and can literally save property and money from mitigating water damage.

So, you don’t know what sump pump services in Bloomington, IL entail? Don’t worry, even if you’ve never heard of a sump pump before, we can still talk about what these systems do and why so many homeowners in our country depend on them to keep their homes safe from sudden floods. Keep reading and we promise you’ll start to understand just how valuable a system like this can be, and how much money it could save you in the long run.

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The Science Behind Tankless Water Heaters

Monday, June 1st, 2020

Have you ever seen one of those magic tricks where a faucet pours freshwater, only for it to be revealed that there’s no source behind the faucet head? Believe it or not, many of our customers in the area believe that’s how a tankless water heater works. Honestly, too many people think that their hot water just magically comes hot, since it doesn’t come from a hot water tank, where does it come from?

Well, today we’re going to answer that question. We’ll talk about the science behind tankless water heaters in Bloomington, IL. We can dive into specifics about how these systems work, how much energy they consume, and what kinds of homes would be perfect for them.

It’s not magic, but it’s still fun to understand how your water heater works—especially if you ever run into any problems with it!

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