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    10 Things You Should Never Flush Down the Toilet

    One of the most common areas in your home to experience plumbing problems in the bathroom. And there is no bigger culprit than the toilet. But oftentimes, plumbing problems relating to the toilet are due to improper use of the device. There are certain things the toilet is meant to flush, some others that are acceptable to flush and then there are a bunch of things you should never, ever flush dow…Read More

  2. Your Complete Guide to Choosing a Great Dallas Plumber

    Your home’s plumbing isn’t something that should be taken lightly. It’s a complex system of pipes and fixtures meant to work together in order to provide your house or business clean water and safe disposal of waste, among many other things. Plumbing problems, if left unattended, can result in extremely expensive repairs or replacement. So finding a great Dallas plumber should be important a…Read More

  3. Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions: Part 2

    Welcome back to part two of this two-part series where your trusted plumber answers some of the most frequently asked plumbing question. We hope these answers help provide some insight into your residential plumbing system and help you prevent a plumbing emergency. Why does my hot water run out so quick? One of the most common complaints of residential plumbing is that hot water doesn’t last ver…Read More

  4. Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions: Part 1

    At some point in your life, the chances are good that you will need to hire the services of a local plumber. Additionally, you will likely have several plumbing questions throughout your life. Before you trust the first search engine result that pops up, let your local Dallas plumber offer you some quality insight. At C & C Slab Leaks and Plumbing, we believe in helping homeowners prevent the …Read More

  5. Winter Tips to Avoid Plumbing Emergencies

    Winter tends to be a stressful time for everyone. With plummeting temperatures and family holiday festivities, more people spend more time inside their homes. With increased indoor time and lower temperatures, it naturally causes more water to run through your home’s plumbing system. Unfortunately, cold weather has an expanding effect on water when it freezes. These factors result in more winter…Read More

  6. How to Prevent Foundation Leaks

    Foundation leaks can cause big, expensive problems and compromise the structural integrity of your entire home. Afterall, it is the foundation that your home stands on! While you probably didn’t dig the hole or lay your own foundation to ensure it was built properly, there are still some things that you can do as a homeowner to prevent foundation leaks without doing any construction. Follow thes…Read More

  7. Slab Leaks: What Every Homeowner Should Know

    Slab leaks are, thankfully, not a terribly common problem, but can be quite the costly headache when they do occur. Fixing the leak itself is not that difficult, but the problem is getting to it. Slab leaks are the result of pipes or your plumbing system below the foundation of your house leaking. Because the concrete foundation that supports your house — as well as your house — sits on top of…Read More

  8. Plumbing Problems Home Buyers Should Look For- Part Two

    Welcome back! In part one of this two-part series, our Dallas plumber discussed a few potential plumbing problems you should be aware of when you are looking to purchase a new home including the hot water heater, the sewage system, and the grade of the yard. Here, we will wrap up our discussion with a few more potential problems to be aware of. Lead Pipes Lead pipes were used in older homes to con…Read More

  9. Plumbing Problems Home Buyers Should Look For- Part One

    Purchasing a home is one of the most exciting times in a person’s life, no matter if it’s your first or tenth. Purchasing a home is also one of the largest financial investments a person will make, so it is important to make sure it is worth it! When you are looking to purchase a home, there are many things to do before the closing date. The task list can be so long and daunting, it can feel l…Read More

  10. Fun Bathroom Facts Even Your Plumber May Not Know!

    The bathroom is the one place that every person visits each day, whether in the comfort of their own home, in public, or at someone else’s home. Not much mind is paid to this activity that is considered a private act. But, just in case you were interested, we have compiled some fun facts about it. The average person uses the restroom six to eight times a day, which is over 2,500 times a year. Ov…Read More