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How to Tell When You Need New Bathroom Plumbing

You may be struggling with the outdated appearance of your master bathroom. When you get estimates for updating the fixtures, shower, toilet, and bathtub, one of the most costly items on the list is to change out the plumbing. It’s expensive and laborious, but oh-so-nice when it’s done. There comes a time when plumbing needs

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What Causes a Gurgling Toilet?

While your toilet “gurgling” when you flush the toilet may not seem like a serious problem, it may be a sign that the plumbing in your bathroom is not functioning properly. Clogs The weird sound may be the result of air escaping a blocked pipe. Sediment, minerals, debris and non-flushable items are common culprits of

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Cut Costs in Winter and Stay Warm

There are a number of ways to keep the cost of your heating down during the long winter months in Illinois. Armbrust Plumbing & Heating Solutions, a leading provider of heating and plumbing services in St. Charles, IL, as well as Glen Ellyn, Carol Stream, and Wheaton, offers tips to customers on keeping utility costs

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4 Ways to Tell Your Pipes Are Frozen

Keeping yourself and your family warm in the long winter months takes time and a bit of knowhow. The last thing you want during a harsh winter day is to find out one of your pipes is frozen. First and foremost, if you do have frozen pipes, act fast to call a plumber in Glen

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Tips to Get Through Plumbing Emergencies

Plumbing emergencies, like fender benders, never happen at the opportune time. So, it makes sense to know a few things you can do when your plumbing goes rogue and doesn’t perform the way it should. If you have a break in your faucet or an appliance like your water heater is leaking, it’s best to

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Signs You Need Furnace Repairs

It’s best to make sure your furnace is working properly before winter sets in. You’ll enjoy peace of mind when the temperature drops knowing your whole household remains toasty despite the cold air outside. The best way to make sure you’re ready for the long Midwest winter is to check for signs that indicate your

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