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Broken Water Pipes Under Slabs

Plumbing leaks tend to be evident long before they cause damage to your home. For example, you may notice water stains or musty odours as warning signs. But, when it comes to having a broken water pipe under your slab, it’s not always as obvious. Indeed, many of the following signs of a possible broken water pipe can actually be very subtle. Here is how to determine if you have a broken water pipe under your slab.

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Preparing Home’s Plumbing For Summer

Just as you need to prepare your home’s plumbing system for the winter months, it is also important to prepare them for the summer months, especially if you are leaving for summer vacation. Below is a list of steps to take to prepare your home’s plumbing for summer.

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Low Hot Water Pressure

Dealing with low hot water pressure is certainly an inconvenience that you want to fix as soon as possible, especially because the cause of low hot water pressure could be something more serious, which could leave a lot of damage in its wake if not repaired quickly.

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Clogged Sewer Line

If you have a clog in your home, it could be a standard clog, but it could also mean that your sewer line is clogged, which is a much more serious problem. Immediate action is required, otherwise sewage could flood your home. If you suspect this may be the case, it is important to contact a plumber immediately. You should also turn off your main water supply to prevent possible flooding.

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Plumbing Permits

The province of Alberta Safety Codes Act Permit Regulations requires that homeowners apply for permits and receive authorization before undergoing certain plumbing work in their home. The city of Calgary issues these permits, ensuring that work complies with codes. In general, plumbing permits are required to install, change or add to a plumbing system.

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