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How To Install A New Igniter And Flame Sensor On A Gas Water Heater That's Already Disassembled

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The igniter and flame sensor unit on a gas water heater sense when the pilot light is lit and trigger the release of gas and the power of the burner assembly. Without a working igniter or flame sensor, the water heater won’t receive the gas or heat source needed to warm your water and you will be left with a cold shower. Replacing the igniter and flame sensor isn’t difficult if you have the original part already removed and the water heater is still disassembled.…

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Three Ways Your Plumber Can Help With Your DIY Bathroom Remodel

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When you plan a bathroom remodel, you are likely focused on the aesthetic changes you want to make to the room. If you choose to take on your bathroom remodel as a DIY project, you may be able to handle many of the changes without the help of a contractor. You should, however, consider hiring a plumber for some of the technical aspects of your project to ensure that your plumbing is properly in place when you are ready to unveil the remodel to your family.…

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Top 4 Reasons You Need Yearly Sump Pump Maintenance

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Many homes are equipped with a sump pump to push extra water from heavy rains away from the house. In order to keep the sump pumps in optimal working condition, it is best to schedule routine maintenance once each year with a residential plumbing service. Most homeowners choose to do this in the spring, but it can be done any time of year, so long as you set-up your maintenance for that same time period the following year.…

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