Plumbing

You take great care of your home. From making sure the lawn is in tiptop shape to the interior staying clean and tidy, you understand the importance of homeowner maintenance. But, hearing the “drip, drop,” of the faucet in your bathroom is a nuisance that just keeps getting pushed to the backburner. This telltale sign of a leak could be linked to a deeper-rooted issue in your home that you can’t see for yourself. The plumbing experts from Rainaldi Home Services have state-of-the-art leak detection technology that helps diagnose or prevent huge leaks in your home’s plumbing. Water Leak Consequences A tiny...

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High water pressure is a problem that many homeowners encounter. While, it may not be as much as a nuisance to you as low water pressure would be, it can still cause unwanted issues in your home.   The average home’s water pressure should not be more than 80 psi. When the water pressure reaches over 80 psi the following problems can occur: Leaks caused by extra stress on plumbing pipes. Shortened appliance life on the washing machine, dishwasher, faucets, toilet parts, shut off valves and hot water heaters due to extra stress on appliances.  It’s fairly easy to diagnose whether or not your home...

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The harsh water conditions in Central Florida are tough on water pipes. Over a period of time the inside lining of the pipe will deteriorate and a small pinhole leak will develop. Sometimes the solution is to repair the damaged section of pipe and a spot repair is all that is necessary to solve the issue. Other times a more extensive solution is needed: re-piping.
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In Central Florida water conservation has become an important issue. 92% of Florida’s population depends on groundwater for drinking water. That’s why it’s so important to make sure you are doing your part in conserving water as a daily practice. Conserving water brings savings benefits and helps to prevent water pollution....

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A change in the color of your drinking water will cause most anyone to take notice.
When the color of your water changes you’re left wondering whether or not your water is safe and what is causing the sudden change in color.
 
We’re here to help. These are the most common reasons why your water is abnormally colored:
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A common question we hear on plumbing service calls is, “Why is my toilet noisy?” There are a few ways to answer that question, that’s why we’ve broken it down into categories to help you better determine what that noise coming from your toilet really is. ...

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Most plumbing related issues are the result of using your plumbing for purposes other than originally intended. Even the best intentioned of home owners sometimes don’t realize they are abusing their plumbing, and wind up paying the price for an absentminded mistake.  ...

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That pitter patter from your leaky faucet could be costing you a lot more money than you think.  Did you know that even a small leak at the rate of 10 drops per minute adds up to 347 gallons of wasted water a year....

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