Toilets (commodes) by definition are large bowls for urinating or defecating into, typically plumbed into a sewage (sewer) system and with a flushing mechanism. Sinks (kitchens & bathrooms) are a fixed basins with a water supply and a drain. Showers and their drains are an enclosure in which a person stands under a spray of water to wash. The shower head apparatus in a shower that produces the spray of water is also a top seven fixture that causes plumbing problems. Your dishwasher is a machine for washing dishes automatically and not a person employed to wash dishes like my mother thought. Washing machines are for washing clothes, bed linens, etc.  At times plumbing repair problems are not from plumbing that's inside your walls, but the hoses connected behind it this appliance.  Bathtubs are tubs filled with water (each gallon about 9lbs), usually installed in a bathroom, in which to bathe. This weight can cause bathroom construction material to flex or bow causing minute places where water can leak through. Drains (rather, their clogs) cause the water in tub or sink or shower to run out, leaving it empty or less full.  Garbage Disposals grind up wasted or spoiled food and other organic refuse from your kitchen or household into elements small enough to wash down a drain into a sewer system. Plumbing repair service is what we do.

Home warranties sound like a great idea when appliances go bad. They seem to limit the cost of repair. It's just like insurance... Right? Our experience with home warranty companies comes down to two things.  Firstly, read your home warranty contract about your appliance maintenance responsibilities.  Next, read the online reviews.  These home warranty reviews offer a glimpse into the future by peering into the home warranty company's past.

 

However, if the home warranty company approves your claim, they will only be responsible for that plumbing repair or appliance repair. Any subsequent water damage due to a ruptured or busted pipe is your responsibility to claim through your home owners insurance policy.

 

Did you know that on 9-24-2014, Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens  ordered a Nevada-based company to stop selling unauthorized home warranty policies in Georgia.  Read full order...

According to This Old House.com, hiring a qualified plumber comes with a warning about service verses price and how to avoid getting soaked by hiring an experienced, licensed pro. The leak from a pipe fitting that costs less than a dollar can easily cause thousands of dollars in water damage, disrupt your household for weeks, and throw your remodel way off schedule. So hiring a licensed, insured master plumber (or a well-trained apprentice working under his license) is a no-brainer. But not all plumbers handle all types of work. Their duties break out into two categories: Plumbers who handle basic repairs (often in emergency situations), and plumbers who specialize in remodeling projects and additions. Read full article... How to find a master plumber and check the current standing of their State of Georgia license can be found at the state plumbing board. Be sure to search for a "plumber near me".

Plumbers working in all kinds of financial situations. Home owners' associations seem to be most difficult. Landlord/tenant disputes are second. Thirdly, is the new home owner who may have been snaked into believing all's well but only to find out that the dishwasher does't drain, toilets are slow to flush and the water pressure to the shower is too low to start singing. Documentation is the key. Call us. We can offer guidance.

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Sewage backing up (may be already backed up) into the bathtub is one of the most unpleasant things a homeowner may discover upon entering a finished basement or first floor bathroom. Bathtub filling with raw sewage usually happens when your septic system fails and sewage that is supposed to flow into the septic tank backs up into the lowest level of your home overflowing bathtubs and toilets. Bathtub sewage backup may also happen if your main drain is blocked. The cause for bathtub sewage overflow from your septic tank can be quickly handled by state certified septic tank pumping company. Do not flush or run water anywhere in the house. If you decide to use a shop vac and empty into buckets (careful of parasites) do NOT pour it into the sink! If drain cleaner chemicals were poured into your tub and it didn't help, always remember that those drain-clearing (clear a drain) chemicals are highly toxic! Use caution and always inform the company who pumps your tank know what line clearing chemical was recently used.  

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Unclogging lavatory toilets or how to unclog my toilet are common search terms just before a follow up search includes a plumbing repair company near me. Toilets (commodes) overflowing is the most common cause of residential sewage damage. Toilets overflowing is usually a result of a septic backup, a blocked drain, or the most recent flush is still flushing.  Avoid septic system failure by performing regular maintenance and avoid drain blockage by not flushing items such as sanitary wipes, cat litter, condoms and other things that are not intended to be flushed. Did you know that clear water from inside the toilet bowl can be just as contaminated as dirty water?  Give us a call when a plunger in Kennesaw just won't do.

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Water heater repair or hot water heater repair has the objective of comfort.  Showers and baths can be taken in cold water (unheated), but just takes the pleasure out of things. For the most part, water heaters cannot be repaired internally and must be replaced. For the plumbers or plumbing companies that read this, your customer may actually have some ideas about what replacement water heater parts needed.  Here is a full list of water heater parts that may be need whetn replacing or repairing: Check for tank warranty, installation warranty, T&P valve, new gas control valve protection. Recycle old water heater for cash. Lever action emergency for gas & water shut-off, easy flush water system, annual precision tune-up, new combustion venting connectors, heat trap, sediment build-up reducer, fire sheild / flame trap, annual sediment flushing, energy regulator, Electronic leak alert, floor & ceiling saver, long life element.

 

Metro Atlanta Consumers: Water Heater Notice: For household use, most water heaters in the United States are of the tank type. Household tank water heaters, also called storage water heaters, can range in size from 20 to 100 gallons (75 to 400 liters). Plumbing repair service is what we do in Kennesaw.

 

The plumbing industry is a very important factor in any developed economy, and it cannot be done without. Otherwise, there will be chaos in household systems, including that in commercial establishments. The need for clean water and proper collection and disposal of wastes makes it a necessary and vital part of our human existence. As such, the growth of plumbing companies has surged. Don't forget to search for plumbers (plummers) near me.

Plumbing repair emergencies usually mean that a waterline has ruptured spewing water on floors, walls, ceilings.  Another type of plumbing repair emergency means that a sewer or sewage pipe has broken causing extensive need to fix that broken drain pipe or commode. Many homeowners and occupants must deal with this repair situation instantly and cannot wait. This is where we come in. Our plumbing repair team is available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. We are your plumbing repair emergency company in Kennesaw.

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Home Warranties, Service plans....Home warranty companies have been providing repair and replacement services for home appliances and systems to consumers since the 1970s. While homebuilders are required to provide a warranty for newly built homes in many states, owners of existing homes can purchase a home warranty to cover items such as heating and air conditioning systems, plumbing and electrical systems and appliances in their homes. Many home sellers and real estate agents buy a home warranty as a buyers' incentive. Warranties can provide peace of mind for homeowners, but they must understand the limits of their coverage so they’re not surprised by service fees and other out-of-pocket costs. Read full article.

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Plumbing Repair Emergencies Frozen Sewage in Pipes Kennesaw

Frozen sewage in drainline pipes can happen because cold weather and pipes are not always the best of friends. Cold weather can lead to frozen pipes and ultimately lead to some pretty extensive sewage and water damage. Just like ice cubes in a freezer, water expands when it freezes. The expansion in pipes puts a huge amount of pressure on pipes leading to pipes bursting. When pipes burst from being frozen, it sends many gallons of waste water into a home or business.  Since the pipes are still frozen in the mornings, the evidence of a busted pipe or frozen pipe is not realized until temperatures reach a thawing level. This temperature increase usually happens while you are at work.  Filing an insurance claim is order for these emergency pipe repair and home flooding situation.

 

The drainage pipes that are most likely to freeze in the frigid temperatures are the ones located on outside walls, under a sink, in attics, or in an unheated crawlspace. There are a few reasons a pipe might freeze; a sudden drop in temperature, not having the heat set high enough, or not having the right amount of insulation. As State Farm says on their website, “Both plastic and copper pipes can burst when they freeze, and recovering from frozen pipes is not as simple as calling a plumber. A 1/8-inch crack in a pipe can spew up to 250 gallons of water a day, causing flooding, serious structural damage, and the immediate potential for mold.” http://learningcenter.statefarm.com/residence/maintenance/preventing-frozen-pipes/index.html

Plumbing repair also must take into consideration local plumbing codes. Plumbing codes bring an old building or update its features in line with the latest building regulations. Many plumbing repairs can be performed by handymen, but all the major items of repair need to consider the resale value of your home and performed by state certified plumbers.. Sometimes, it costs too much to go cheap. Commodes even have codes Kennesaw.

Plumbing repair is described as the need to fix or mend your pipes after damage.  The only way that you know that you need plumbing repair is that a sympton of a less functional on non-working system (plumbing leak). Plumbing is the system of pipes, tanks, fittings, and other apparatus required for the water supply, heating, and sanitation in a building.  Plumbing is also the work of installing and maintaining plumbing systems.  Lastly, plumbing can be informally used as a humorous euphemism for the excretory tracts and urinary system. Toilets back up (backup) causing emergencies to unclog, garbage disposals leak, faucets and sinks also leak just like dishwashers. Sewer and water lines have their own flavor of plumbing repair help. Drains need cleaning. Slabs leak (pipes underneath). Let's hope the construction of your home or business is not your black water line.  This could lead to nasty  and contaminated toilet water spill seeping up or  backed up toilet. Any of these plumbing problems can leave you with a completely flooded home (house) or business (office). Take note, that plumbers or a plumbing repair company in Kennesaw is usually not certified to help with cleanup, removal, extraction, or remediation.  Plumbers repair your pipe emergency and sewage cleanup and removal companies clean up the mess.  Quick response 24 hours a day.

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ADA Compliant Installation

  Air Conditioning & Heating Service

  Appliance Installation & Service

  Burst Pipes

  Cesspool Cleaning

  Cleanouts Installed

  Code Violation Repair

  Commercial & Industrial

  Drain Cleaning

  Drainage Problems

  Electrical Work

  Flood Clean Up

  Foundation Leak Repair

  Galvanized Repipe

  Gas Line Service

  Installation & Digging

Back Flow Preventers

  Bathroom Fixtures

  Boilers & Water Heaters

  Catch Basins

  Drains & Pipes

  Fire Sprinkler System

  Flood Control & Prevention System

  Flood Sensors

  Kitchen Fixtures

  Outdoor Sprinkler System

  Kitec Repipe

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  Locating & Inspecting

  Maintenance & Repair - General

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  Remodeling & Replacing

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  Tree Root Removal

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  Water Damage Prevention

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  Water Pressure Adjustment

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  Septic Tanks & Systems

  Sewer Lines & Systems

  Solar Water Heater

  Swimming Pools

  Tankless Water Heaters

  Water Damage Protection

  Water Lines

  Water Shut-Off Systems

  Water Softeners

Water Heater Installation Manufacturer Brand List Available in Kennesaw

Water Heater Brands, Apollo Water Heaters, Takagi Water Heaters, Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters, Richmond Water Heaters, State Industries Water Heaters, Whirlpool Water Heaters, Reliance Water Heaters, Noritz Water Heaters (Tankless), Polaris Water Heaters, American Water Heaters, Bosch Water Heaters (Tankless), Lochinvar Water Heaters, Paloma Water Heaters (Tankless), Kenmore Water Heaters, General Electric (GE) Water Heaters, Bradford White Water Heaters, AO Smith Water Heaters, Ruud Water Heaters

Kennesaw water heater replacement is offered is for gas or electric water heaters. Many replace water heaters as an act of maintenance. Most replace water heaters due to a problem such as the lack of hot water, leaking, or making noise.  In either case, water heaters are our business. How much does it cost to replace and install a water heater? There are a few steps to consider. Draining the water heater, disconnecting the water heater, delivering the new one, installing it, and filling and testing. If water heater is gas, then reconnecting the gas line will be in order.  Water heater installation should only be performed by certified plumbers in Kennesaw.

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Bathroom Plumbing Repair is the most common cause of residential sewage damage. Toilets overflowing is usually a result of a septic backup, a blocked drain, or the most recent flush is still flushing.  Avoid septic system failure by performing regular maintenance and avoid drain blockage by not flushing items such as sanitary wipes, cat litter, condoms and other things that are not intended to be flushed. You will not have overflowing toilets!  If you believe your toilet (commode) is about to overflow (rising sewage water in the toilet bowl), you can prevent devastating sewage damage or limit sewage contamination. According to Wikipedia,  a drain (plumbing) is a fixture that provides an exit-point for waste water.  Over the years, we have seen drain lines made of cast iron (older homes) PVC and CPVC drain piping. Bathtub and shower repair and installation, water pressure issues, faucet repair and replacement, showerhead repair and replacement, leaky pipes and fixtures, clogged drains, shower and tub retrofitting, water pipe relocation, low-flow showerheads and faucets, walk-in bathtub connections, and even high-tech options for showers and bathtubs.

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Here is the full list of Top 10 of the Best Matched Home Warranties, Service Plans: America's 1st Choice Home Club, American Home Shield, Choice Home Warranty, First American, Total Protect, The Home Service Club, Select Home Warranty, HMS National, Landmark, 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty.

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Plumbing repair tips before you contract for plumbing repairs.  There are certain things you should know.  First of all, Georgia now has, under the auspices of the Secretary of State, a State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors (see O.C.G.A. Sections 43-41-1 through 43-41-17). See Georgia's Department of Law Consumer Protection Division. More plumbing repair tips and information to come.

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Pump septic tanks every three years. This pumping service removes solids and keeps them from entering your field lines.

 

Locate the septic tank and septic tank lid before hiring the pumping company; they charge for this service. Ask for the cost of extra water to pump my septic tank before the pumper starts pumping your tank.

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Tankless Water Heaters - General Information for Kennesaw

You might have seen recent advertisements for tankless water heaters.  What are they, and are they a good deal?  Will you really save both money and energy through the use of a tankless water heater?  While these are good questions, unfortunately there are no simple answers.

 

How They Operate

 

Tankless water heaters, also known as demand heaters, have been used in the United States for over 25 years.  Unlike conventional water heaters, tankless water heaters work by heating the water as it is needed.  This can be accomplished through either an electric or a gas unit, which has a heating device to deliver a continuous supply of hot water as needed.  By eliminating the standby heat loss associated with conventional water heaters (the cost of keeping hot water always available for use), proponents tout tankless water heaters as being more energy-efficient.  

 

Types and Sizing

 

A tankless water heater can be purchased as either a point-of-use unit or a whole-house unit. The point-of-use unit is less expensive, since it is dedicated to a specific use in a smaller area, such as servicing one sink or faucet. A whole-house unit has a higher flow rate, which enables it to handle a larger hot-water demand.  The purchase price of a whole-house unit runs from several hundred dollars for an electric model to several thousand dollars for a gas model.  

 

Units must be properly sized in order to deliver the amount of hot water needed in a home.  The flow rate of the unit will determine how much water it can deliver at a particular temperature.  The flow rate in your home is a calculation based upon how many fixtures (such as faucets and appliances) are demanding hot water.  As more hot-water faucets are turned on at the same time, more water flows through the heater.  When this happens, water may leave the heater before it gets to the desired temperature.  Therefore, the size of a unit or the number of units a home needs should be based on the water-flow rate at peak demand.

 

It is also important to ensure that fixtures are in compliance with local, state and federal flow-rate requirements or guidelines.  For example, the Federal Energy Policy Act of 1992 required all faucets and shower fixtures made in the United State after 1992 to have a flow rate of no more than 2.2 gallons per minute (GPM).  The effectiveness of a tankless water heater system could be compromised if faucets or shower fixtures are operating at a flow rate other than what was assumed.

 

Other factors that will affect the size of the unit or the number of units needed include the temperature of the incoming water and the desired temperature of the hot water.  The incoming water temperature is obviously lower in a cold climate, such as Michigan, than the temperature of water entering homes located in a warm climate like Georgia.  

 

Factors to Consider Before Buying

 

Benefits of a tankless water heater: Estimated to use 10 to 20 percent less energy than conventional tank-type water heaters. Occupies less floor space than a conventional water heater. The equipment is durable and, since it does not store water, is subject to less corrosion than a conventional water heater, thereby lasting longer. A continuous supply of hot water. Drawbacks of a tankless water heater: The purchase price is greater than a tank-type water heater.  Installation in an existing home may involve additional costs.  Extra venting hoods for gas models, replacement of existing gas lines with larger ones, additional electrical circuit-breakers, or the need to purchase a second tankless water heater to accommodate simultaneous use of hot water at multiple sites are potential expenses that might not be evident until after installation begins. Some consumers have experienced difficulty in locating a plumber or technician who is knowledgeable about the maintenance and repair of tankless water units. Consequently, a service call could cost you more, due to the limited supply of trained technicians. Electric tankless units appear to be less powerful than the gas units and require an ample supply of electricity.  Installing an electric tankless water heater may cause an increase in your monthly electric usage.  Also, the heavy demand of electricity may cause an overload on household electric panels. Some research has suggested that a heavily-insulated conventional water heater may be as energy-efficient as some tankless water units. One of the advantages of having a tankless water unit is the continuous supply of hot water.  However, this feature may affect your water usage.  If you never ran out of hot water, would you take a longer shower, thereby increasing the amount of hot water you use in a month? Based on industry averages, water heating accounts for 20 to 25 percent of a household’s annual energy expenditure.  Yearly operating costs for conventional water heaters average from $200 for gas to $800 for electric.  Standby losses associated with a conventional water heater appliance represent approximately 15 percent of these yearly expenditures.  You can use these estimates to compare potential energy savings with the use of a tankless water unit versus a conventional water heater.

 

Conclusion

 

As with any other major purchase, doing the necessary research in advance helps you make an educated, well-informed decision and avoid any "buyer’s remorse" once the sale is consummated.  There is no right or wrong answer.  Factors unique to each consumer household, such as the water consumption level, the availability of a gas or electric connection, and water temperature preferences, will affect whether or not a tankless water heater is the right choice for you and whether it would be more cost-effective than a conventional water heater.

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