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Should You Repair or Replace Your Appliances

Before thinking about purchasing a new appliance every time it fails to function as expected, there are plenty of fixes that can help your dishwasher, fridge, washer, and dryer last for years. How can you tell when your appliance can be saved with a quick fix or if it's finally time to replace it? When making this decision, you should consider how long you’ve had the appliance and what the cost of repairing it would be, versus how much it would cost to replace.

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Man repairing a leaky water heater.

If you have a leaking water heater, it can increase your utility bills, reduce efficiency, and cause water damage to your home. Fortunately, repairing this appliance is usually a pretty straightforward process, as long as you know a few things about diagnosis and repair. To that end, here are a few simple tips to help you to recognize and remedy a leak in your water heater.

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A man troubleshooting water heater problems on his own.

It can be frustrating when you experience water heater problems. There’s nothing that can make you feel like your day just got off on the wrong foot like a cold shower! Under certain circumstances, this is unavoidable, and you might need to call a professional to assess the situation and determine whether or not the water heater simply is in need of some maintenance and minor repairs.

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The heating element is covered with rust, indicating its time to replace the water heater

It is very important that you don’t neglect the warning signs that tell you it’s time to replace your water heater. Having warm water running through your house can often be taken for granted, but losing it for any amount of time can be a frustrating experience. That’s why it is so important that homeowners get regular maintenance done and replace their water heaters when necessary.

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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.

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