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  • Is It Okay to Store Things Under the Sink?

    As experienced Las Vegas plumbers, Lange Plumbing knows all about sinks. And one thing we have learned overtime is that people store way too much in this area. Obviously, the area under your sink is supposed to function somewhat as a cabinet or storage space. Yet too many people over-crowd this area way more than they should, stuffing their sinks with every last plastic bottle or roll of toilet ...
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  • When Should I Replace My Washing Machine Hose?

    After you install your home’s washing machine, you may not give it a second thought. Assuming the machine seems to be working okay, and your clothes are all coming out fine, there’s nothing to worry about, right? Unfortunately, this is not actually the case. What too many homeowners don’t know is that it’s important to replace their washing machine hose periodically with a new one. When your ...
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  • How To Measure Your Water Pressure?

    For most people, water pressure concerns don’t extend past turning the shower on when they get up in the morning. Many prefer their water pressure when they take a shower to be a little higher, though some like it on the lower end, too. Yet the truth is extreme water pressure on both sides of the spectrum is something to be wary of. What Should Your Water Pressure Be? The inlet water pressure of ...
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  • Flushing or Draining Your Water Heater—What’s the Difference?

    When it comes to water heater repair and tankless water heater service , you can’t go wrong with Lange Plumbing . Our experienced Las Vegas plumbers know water heaters front and back, and want you to stay as informed as possible when it comes to your equipment, too. Which brings us to one thing many homeowners still don’t know about their plumbing appliances: flushing of draining your water ...
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  • Where Is the Main Shut Off Valve?

    The main shut off valve is one of the most important components of your plumbing system, yet too many homeowners still do know where or even what this piece of equipment is. Being able to locate the main shut off valve can prevent leaks, and save you a ton of money in damages. Keep reading to learn more about the main shut off valve and how to find it on your property, and remember to hire our ...
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  • Plumbing & Public Health: The Connection You May Not Know About

    At Lange Plumbing , we’ve heard all the plumber stereotypes before. The butt crack jokes, the cracks about how plumbers are overpriced and rip people off; we’re aware that there’s a certain idea about who a plumber is in the American consciousness that is not necessarily accurate to what we actually do. Chief among peoples’ misunderstandings about plumbers is the role of modern plumbing itself. As ...
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  • The Difference Between Draining & Flushing Your Water Heater

    When it comes to taking care of your water heater, one of the most important things you can do is regularly flush the tank to remove the buildup of dirt and sediment that accumulates in the bottom of the tank. This is fairly normal—most public water supplies have concentrations of minerals like calcium and magnesium in them in addition to trace amounts of dirt. These things tend to sink to the ...
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  • Five Benefits of Having a Maintenance Agreement

    You depend on the plumbing system in your home to work properly at all times in order for your sinks to turn on, your toilets to flush, and your washing machine to work. So when an issue crops up in your plumbing, such as a slow sink or clogged toilet, it’s easy to become frustrated. If something more serious happens, such as a leaky or burst pipe in your wall, most people go into a panic. These ...
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  • Why You Should Care About Water Hammer

    Have you ever heard a loud bang or thump in your pipes when your toilet tank is filled and it shuts off? What about when your washing machine fills up and starts its cycle? Sometimes this loud bang occurs when you simply turn off a faucet. This loud noise is called “water hammer,” and is appropriately named because it sounds like someone is banging on the pipes in your walls with a hammer. What Is ...
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  • Why You Should Invest In "Hands-Free" Plumbing

    One of the most recent trends in plumbing is “hands-free” or “no-touch” fixtures. You may already have encountered no-touch sinks, and hand dryers that are used commercially, such as in public restrooms. These fixtures are now becoming a viable option to install in the home as well, primarily for ease and convenience, but also to help cut down on the transfer of germs. Automatic plumbing ...
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  • Should You DIY Your Plumbing Project?

    When it comes to issues in and around the home, we often assess the situation and decide whether or not we can tackle it on our own. Indeed, some plumbing problems can be simple fixes. Understandably, also, that some people may be hesitant to contact a plumber because they are looking to save a few extra dollars. There might be those who would prefer to fix the issue themselves because they think ...
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  • New EPA Water Heater Regulations

    If you have considered replacing your water heater this year, you may want to understand the new federal regulations for water heaters. As of April of 2015, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has passed new energy efficiency mandates that require higher energy efficiency for residential water heaters that use gas-fire, oil-fire, electric, instantaneous gas-fired and other instantaneous electric ...
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  • Why Does My Toilet Keep Running?

    If your toilet does not stop running after flushing, there are a number of potential causes. It is important to find the root of the issue and make necessary repairs as soon as possible, as you are likely losing hundreds of gallons of water every day. Common Reasons Why Your Toilet Keeps Running, Include: The flush handle and tank ball (or flapper) aren’t connected properly The flapper valve or ...
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