Murphy's Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Blog:Posts Tagged ‘Drexel Hill’

Got a Water Leak? Here’s What to Do

Monday, August 5th, 2019

We’re in the middle of summer here in Drexel Hill. The light lingers long into summer nights, the temperatures are high, and you’re enjoying the leisurely energy of this time of year. What could go wrong? Well, a water leak is one problem that could really put a damper on things.

If you’re a homeowner, you know that plumbing problems are inconvenient no matter when they happen but they’re especially inconvenient in the dead of summer when you’ve already got the balmy Pennsylvania heat to worry about. Make sure that you contact our team for plumbing in Drexel Hill, PA, today to schedule an appointment with our team members.

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5 Ways to Keep Your Plumbing System Happy

Monday, April 1st, 2019

plumber-standing-in-plumbing-workshopDo you know how to keep your plumbing system running well? A lot of homeowners think they do, but in actuality, they don’t. You might fall into this category without even realizing it. Think about it, you probably don’t cozy up to your fireplace and crack open the instruction manual that comes with any of your plumbing appliances, so the details have probably gotten a little fuzzy over time.

If you’re having trouble with the plumbing system in your home then you’re probably looking for a great plumber in Drexel Hill, PA. It can be very hard to find a plumber that you find reliable in our area. We can provide you with a plumber that will help you get your plumbing system in the best shape possible.

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Professional Drain Cleaning vs. Home Solutions

Monday, March 19th, 2018

electric-drain-augerDo-it-yourself work is great when you want to save money, and it often turns out to be easier and cheaper than you realized. Painting the inside of your home, adding a tile backsplash to the kitchen, or fixing a squeaky door are all admirable projects to take on. But there are also those projects that are simply best when left to a professional, such as fixing a busted computer, replacing an air conditioner, or doing major plumbing work.

Of course, plumbing problems may not always require a plumber’s help. Something as simple as a drain clog, for example, may seem best as a DIY project. But is this always the case? We compare at-home solutions to professional drain cleaning in the guide below.

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