Most Homeowners Can Make Minor Plumbing Repairs

posted on June 16, 2014

Understanding your water cycle The fresh water that enters your home originates in one of two sources:  surface water or groundwater.  Surface water supplies, according to the experts at Littleton plumbing, include lakes, streams, rivers and artificial storage reservoirs.  Groundwater comes from natural underground caverns or from aquifers – porous, water-saturated layers of gravel, sand, … Continue reading “Most Homeowners Can Make Minor Plumbing Repairs”

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Replacing A Valve

posted on May 28, 2014

Globe, Gate and Ball Valves A plumbing system should have a main shutoff valve that controls water to the whole house and intermediate shutoff valves that control water for various areas of the house. According to the plumbing of Littleton experts, there also should be shutoff valves on the incoming cold supply line for a … Continue reading “Replacing A Valve”

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Heater Working Still Inadequate

posted on April 15, 2014

Tips to troubleshoot common heating system problem Hot-water systems have a reset button on the water circulator pump; press it, says your most referred plumbing of Littleton specialist. If your system has a pressure-regulating valve to automatically maintain the correct water pressure, check the gauge on the boiler.  If pressure is below the minimum mark, … Continue reading “Heater Working Still Inadequate”

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