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7 Apr

How High-Pressure Water Destroys Your Home’s Plumbing System

Does your shower have ultra-high water pressure? If so, it could be destroying your home’s plumbing system!The problem with high water pressure is that many people think it’s a good thing. However, overly pressurized water can cause a great deal of damage to pipes and other water fixtures in your home. Read More

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9 Mar

The Dangers of DIY Plumbing

Unlike building Ikea furniture or installing new curtain hardware in your home, plumbing is one job best left to the professionals at Brothers Plumbing. DIY—do it yourself—plumbing projects can go south pretty quickly. If you get even one step wrong, it could lead to a bill that is a lot higher than if you called a professional off the bat. Read More

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2 Mar

Four Warning Signs Your Main Sewer Line is Blocked

Few people might know what a main sewer line is: pipes that help transport wastewater from your home to the sewer mains that run underground. Beyond this, most people give little thought to this until a major problem arises, such as a blockage. This can lead to a raw sewage backup coming out of the drains and other damage. Read More

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10 Feb

What Happens When Your Pipes Freeze?

Winter in Canada is the true test of the durability of your home, especially your pipes. Unfortunately, the pipes in your home can freeze in cold weather. This can leave you with no water (hot or otherwise), or it could cause your pipes to burst, leading to expensive property damage. Take steps to protect your pipes from freezing and learn what to do if they freeze. Read More

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3 Feb

What Is Hydro Jet Plumbing?

What is hydro-jetting? Are you suffering from clogged and stinky pipes in your home? Have you run out of solutions and don’t know what to do next? Try hydro-jetting! Hydro-jetting uses high-pressure water to scrub sewer pipes and drains. In some cases, the water pressure reaches as high as 3,500 psi. Read More

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