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Better Business Bureau

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On August 24, 2013
De Hart Plumbing is officially an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau. We have an A- rating and soon to be A+! NEXT STOP THE MOON 🙂 http://www.bbb.org/wichita/business-reviews/plumbing-contractors/de-hart-plumbing-in-manhattan-ks-300077496#reasonrating
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Water pressure in your home

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On August 23, 2013
Water pressure in your home above 60 pounds per square inch is harmful to your plumbing system and will cause excessive water usage. Contact your local water authority to find out what the water pressure is on your street. If it exceeds 60 pounds, consider installing a pressure reducing valve that will limit the water […]
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Toilets

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On August 22, 2013
Toilets consume more than 40% of your total water usage. Installation of a new toilet flapper and fill valve will keep your toilet running efficiently.
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Bad Plumbing

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On August 13, 2013
Stop procrastinating and take care of your plumbing problems before they become a bigger issue!
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Bad Experience

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On August 8, 2013
Have you had a bad experience with a plumber in the past? If so what happened and did they rectify the issue?
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Plumbing Sump Pumps

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On August 6, 2013
If your home has Plumbing Sump Pumps, make sure it operates properly by pouring a few buckets of water into the sump pit. The pump should quickly turn on, discharge the water then shut off without any problems. Do this every 6 months.
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Plumbing, Floor Drains

  • Posted by Lawrence De Hart
  • On August 5, 2013
Pour a gallon of water into infrequently used drains (including floor drains) to fill the trap and prevent odors from entering the house. Slow floor drains should be snaked to ensure they will carry away water quickly in the event of a flood.
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