DIY Tips From the Warner Service Blog

What A Hammering Noise Means For Your Drainage System

Posted by Warner Service on Dec 1, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Every homeowner gets nervous when they hear a loud bang or pop in their home. After that initial sound, all you can see are dollar signs. 

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Topics: Maintenance, Plumbing, plumbing tips, water use, do it yourself

4 Drainage Systems That Will Keep Your Home Standing

Posted by Warner Service on Nov 3, 2017 9:00:00 AM

You may be unaware of the potential dangers from using an inefficient drainage system. The Concrete Foundation Association found that 85 percent of structural damage to homes is a result of faulty drainage. This includes foundational cracks that compromise the integrity of your home and lowers its value.

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, plumbing terms, water use, roof safety, leak prevention

Septic System Basics For Beginners

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 20, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Research shows that 25 percent of Americans rely on a septic tank for wastewater removal. 

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Topics: Maintenance, Plumbing, plumbing tips, appliances, water use

Drainage System Basics For Beginners

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 13, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The first thing to know is that the supply and drainage subsystems are two distinct operations without overlap. Bridges between the two exist, but the bridges are what make the system worth having. In plumbing jargon, any bridge between the supply and drainage subsystems is a fixture.

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing terms, appliances, water use, water conservation, bathroom

How The Laundry Scrubber Immediately Benefits Your Home

Posted by Warner Service on Sep 19, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Do you wish to save money on household items? Do you want to use less hot water for your family’s laundry? Are you trying to help the environment?

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Topics: Plumbing, energy savings, eco friendly, appliances, water use, buying recommendations, water conservation

Why Is My Air Conditioning Unit Leaking Water?

Posted by Warner Service on May 23, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 Are you thinking, "Why is my air conditioning unit leaking water?"


To start, it’s important to understand why your
air conditioning unit has water in it in the first place.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, hvac tips, appliances, water use, faucet leaks, leak prevention

The Ultimate Guide To Every Toilet Plumbing Problem Ever

Posted by Warner Service on Mar 21, 2017 9:00:00 AM

There are a few surprising toilet plumbing problems that can arise -- literally. Has the water ever slowly risen in the bowl, sending you into a panic? Or have you hit the handle but nothing happens?

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, plumbing terms, appliances, water use, bathroom, leak prevention

How Much Will You Spend Fixing A Plumbing Problem?

Posted by Warner Service on Mar 10, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Warner Service is teaming up with HomeAdvisor to discuss the cost of common plumbing problems in your home. The online resource surveyed thousands of its members to find the national average* for the most common toilet issues, and here’s what we found:

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Topics: Plumbing, appliances, water use, buying recommendations, bathroom

What Exactly Happened To Your Bathroom Plumbing?

Posted by Warner Service on Mar 3, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Have you ever wondered if your home’s plumbing problem was normal? Or did it take you by surprise? Warner Service is counting down the most common bathroom plumbing problems in your sink, shower, and toilet (with a little extra tip for kitchen sinks).

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, appliances, water use, do it yourself, bathroom, leak prevention

Which Surprising Toilet Plumbing Problem Do You Have?

Posted by Warner Service on Feb 28, 2017 9:00:00 AM

After talking about the top five most common plumbing problems, it’s time to dive deeper into the pipes. Warner Service is giving you the solution to a few more bathroom plumbing issues that could arise in your home:

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, appliances, water use, do it yourself, bathroom