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Tips for Maintain Your Plumbing Fixtures

Drip Drip Drip

Do you have a drip in your kitchen or bathroom faucet? Have you returned home to find one of the faucets in your kitchen or bathroom has a slow steady drip? Perhaps you need to position the faucet in one specific direction to make sure it turns off completely. Or you may have noticed water stains in your sink or tub.

Many homes in Austin have hard water and minerals such as calcium and magnesium in the water can build up in plumbing fixtures. This mineral build up can cause clogs or disturb the flow of water in a tub or sink. Mineral buildup may cause a sink faucet cartridge to clog and need to be replaced more frequently.

1st Home and Commercial Services will diagnose your plumbing issue and quickly resolve the plumbing problem. Our professional technicians are clean, neat and efficient. We clear clogs in drains and pipes or replace faucet cartridges that have accumulated mineral buildup.

No-Salt No-Maintenance Water Conditioning System

Eliminate hard water buildup with the EasyWater no-salt water conditioning system. 1st Home and Commercial Services installs cost effective water conditioning systems in homes and commercial properties. The EasyWater system does not require maintenance since it doesn’t add salt to your water. Simply install it and forget about it.

Rely on our plumbers to arrive on time and repair your plumbing problem efficiently without leaving a mess. Ask us about plumbing maintenance tips to conserve water, condition your water without adding salt or removing beneficial minerals.

To learn more about the EasyWater system, visit the EasyWater website.

Learn more plumbing tips in the next installment of Plumbing Insights, brought to you by the experts at 1st Home and Commercial Services.

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