Wm. Henderson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Inc. Blog : Archive for April, 2018

What to Do if Your Basement Floods

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

interior-floodingSpring can be a rough season with snowmelt and rains, making it one of the most hazardous times of the year for possible basement flooding. We hope that you have a sump pump to help you deal with flooding in your basement if it happens. If you don’t have one, our plumbers can install one for you.

However, if you do run into a flooded basement, please don’t panic. There are some steps you can take to deal with the problem. In cases where the flooding is due to burst pipes or other problems with your plumbing system, you’re definitely going to need an emergency plumber to assist you. Don’t hesitate to call us.

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Weird Causes of Drain Clogs!

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

water-filtration-systemsOn our blog posts, we like to address the more common issues our consumers may run into with their plumbing systems. Drain and toilet clogs are one of the most common problem—quite possibly the most common—type of plumbing issue. But on this post, we want to do a little something different: list a few of strange and more uncommon reasons for drains to clog. You’ll need a professional plumber to handle these problems.

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Helping Generators in Spring with Repair and Maintenance

Monday, April 9th, 2018
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A home generator that provides electricity during a power outage. It is connected to a propane gas supply.

You may need to have your generator working for you at any time of the year. Most people think of generators leaping in to help because stormy weather has caused a disruption in power. However, even summer can present grid failures when the demand for power (usually from air conditioners) rises too high. You can never be too careful when it comes to a generator, because you want to be able to place your trust in it. Peace of mind is one of the great benefits of a whole-house generator, and that’s all spoiled if you don’t think you can trust it to work when you actually need it to.

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