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Myths Debunked: Plumbing Edition

Myths Debunked: Plumbing Edition

As with every topic, there are many myths associated with plumbing. To save you the time and trouble, we have gathered the most common myths and debunked them here! Myth 1 Ice Cubes Will Sharpen Garbage Disposal Blades We are not really sure where this myth got...

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Your Pilot Light: What to Do When the Flame Dies

Your Pilot Light: What to Do When the Flame Dies

If you have noticed a lack of hot water lately and you think that the love, we mean shower, has run cold, don’t worry! The flame might have gone out, but it’s not impossible to relight. We’re talking about your pilot light here. The pilot light is a small flame that...

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New Year, New Water Softener

New Year, New Water Softener

Las Vegas is known for many geographical features, such as the surrounding mountains, and the fact that it is indeed a desert. What you may not know, however, is that these features contribute the amount of minerals in our water, and because of them, we have what is...

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Warm Up with a New Water Heater

Warm Up with a New Water Heater

When temperatures drop, and the skies are gray and cloudy, there’s nothing quite like a hot, relaxing bath to warm up. However, if your water heater is not running as it should, this attempt at relaxation could turn into a headache instead! Perhaps you have noticed...

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Why You Need a Water Softener

Why You Need a Water Softener

Vegas Plumbing Service offers Water Softener Installation to ensure that your family has the best water quality at an affordable price. Your local Vegas Plumbing Service water expert will work with you to choose the water softener that’s right for you.

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Trick or Treat Yourself to a New Water Heater

Trick or Treat Yourself to a New Water Heater

Have you noticed that your water heater just isn’t running as hot as it used to? Even when you have turned up the temperature on the unit, is it still taking too long to warm up, and not staying as warm for as long? Is your unit 10-15 years old, or older? If any of...

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