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November 22, 2022
What Is a Slab Leak?
Plumbing leaks can take on many different forms. For example, you might notice a small trickle coming from your kitchen faucet, or your toilet won’t stop running. These leaks can also be more drastic, such as when the drain pipe in your bathroom starts gushing water. While all of these plumbing problems are concerning and should be handled promptly, there’s
October 14, 2022
Why Does My Bathroom Sink Smell Like Rotten Eggs?
You use your bathroom sink countless times throughout the day, such as when you’re getting ready in the morning and unwinding after a long day. As such, it can be incredibly frustrating — and worrisome — when you start to notice a rotten egg smell wafting up from the sink drain. So, why does your bathroom sink smell like rotten
March 19, 2022
How to Unclog Your Kitchen or Bathroom Sink
One minute you’re washing your hands or cleaning the dishes, and the next, you notice your sink refuses to drain. All that dirty, soapy water sits unmoving inside your sink, stopped in its place by a pesky drain clog. Now it’s time to roll up your sleeves and unclog the sink. But how?
January 4, 2022
5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your HVAC and Plumbing Systems
The new year is all about starting fresh and setting goals for the future. If you’ve reflected on the past year and realized there are improvements you can make to your home comfort, setting new year’s resolutions for your HVAC and plumbing system can help make that dream a reality. While they can be easy to forget about, your plumbing,
September 28, 2021
Why is My Toilet Leaking and How to Fix It
A leaky toilet, like most plumbing issues, happens when you least expect it. You might have woken up one day, stepped into your bathroom, and completely soaked your slippers in water leaking from your toilet’s base. Or your toilet is leaking internally, which is when your toilet continuously runs or drips. So, how do you fix a leaking toilet? Before
May 12, 2021
When a Troubled Toilet Might be a Sign of Significant Sewer Line Problems
We’ve all experienced a clogged toilet or slow-moving drain. It can be an annoying and frustrating experience when a plumbing fixture becomes blocked and stops draining. Yet, sometimes a clogged toilet or backed-up drains can be the sign of a more serious problem. If you are continually experiencing problems with the drains and toilet in your home, you could be
March 31, 2021
How to Know if Your Sewer Line is Broken
As a homeowner, there are many things that you already know can break in your home, and almost all of them can be expensive. However, the last thing you want to occur is to have a plumbing problem that requires a sewer line replacement for your Charleston residence. But how can you tell if the problem is a relatively minor
March 10, 2021
3 Things That You Should Never Put Down Your Drains
Everyone is guilty of sometimes wiping a countertop right into the sink now and again, and it’s not uncommon for homeowners to use their drains as a catch-all for the by-products of a date night meal. But unless you want to start looking for professional drain cleaning companies for your Charleston home, you should pay careful attention to what you’re
November 19, 2020
LimRic’s HVAC and Plumbing Tips for the 2020 Holiday Season
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about having the family over for a traditional meal. In most cases, this is a thought to be cherished, but if you’ve ever had to enlist the help of emergency plumbing services because of the extra use, then you know that the holidays need a little preparation if you’re
October 27, 2020
Should I Install a Water Filtration System in My Home?
One of the most critical things for homeowners to think about is the quality of the water that runs through their homes’ pipes. Your water system provides you with the water you use for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and bathing. Therefore, you want to ensure that the water that impacts so many different areas of your home remains of the highest