Unclogging Your Toilet: 5 Tips From the Pros

It happens to the best of us. Toilet clogs can affect anyone at any time, it’s just a fact of life. While the trusted and experienced plumbing professionals at The Plumbing Works in Reading, PA will always be there for you, there are a few ways you may be able to handle minor toilet clogs on your own. Check out these five professional tips for unclogging your toilet all by yourself.

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Busted! 6 Common Plumbing Myths Debunked

Plumbing is one of America’s oldest and most specialized professions. As such, it’s only natural that a few misconceptions still exist in today’s modern age. Inexperienced homeowners have been attempting to address their own plumbing issues for centuries, but the reality is: this can do more harm than good if you aren’t properly trained and equipped to handle certain repairs.

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5 Plumbing Resolutions to Make for the New Year

The early part of the new year is the best time to get into the habit of proper care and maintenance, whether that be on yourself, your car, or even your home’s plumbing system. At The Plumbing Works part of our goal to be the best plumbing provider in and around Reading, PA includes working to provide better direction and advice when it comes to proper plumbing care.

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6 Easy Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home

Did you know that according to the U.S. Geological Survey, the average American home uses 80 to 100 gallons of water for indoor home use every single day? Not only is this incredibly wasteful, it can also be costing you significant money!

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5 Ways To Prepare Your Plumbing For Fall & Winter

It’s that time of year again in Southeast PA! The temperatures are dropping, the leaves are changing, and fall is in full swing. With the colder winter months, fast approaching, it’s extremely important that you make sure your home or office plumbing is prepared to face the elements. When the temperatures start to plummet, unprepared plumbing systems can begin to experience increased clogs, damaged pipes, or flooding.

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