Fulmer Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘plumber’

Give Your Plumbing System a Great Start With Our Help!

Monday, July 12th, 2021

When you are planning on building a new property, there are several things you need to consider. You have to work with a general contractor to make plans and ensure everything is compliant with the codes and regulations in the city. You also need to consider hiring an experienced plumber during the project

At Fulmer Heating & Cooling, we offer new construction plumbing for residential and commercial spaces. If you want to make sure that you give your plumbing system a great start, you need to work with the right plumber in Columbia, SC, who is well-versed with the requirements of homes in the area.

Working with us for your new construction plumbing will allow you to make a well-informed decision if you want your plumbing to last for years to come. 

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Why Chemical Drain Cleaners Are No Good

Monday, March 8th, 2021

A clogged drain is something that many of us will have to deal with at least once in our lives, if not a lot more often. These are common problems for plumbing systems throughout the country. When you start noticing some of the telltale symptoms of a drain that is about to clog, like a bad smell or a gurgling noise, you’ll probably want to get it addressed before it causes a bigger problem. We want you to pause though before you reach for that bottle of chemical drain cleaner.

Chemical cleaners are meant to offer a quick and easy solution to clearing a clogged drain. This isn’t quite the reality though. A chemical drain cleaner may offer a small amount of relief at times, but it won’t actually solve the issue in the long run. Let us explain why and tell you about some of the more effective solutions that are out there.

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Tips for Handling Leaks in Your Home

Monday, February 22nd, 2021
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There are few things so irksome as turning on your faucet first thing in the morning to get washed up, only to discover that there is barely a trickle coming from it. If you have hard water in your area, there is a chance this is due to build-up in the pipes or even in the faucet itself. But this would have created a gradual decrease, not a sudden one.

If you suddenly have a problem with your water supply to one or more plumbing appliances in your home, chances are this is due to a leak. If this is the case, it means you need to contact a plumber in Columbia, SC sooner than later.

If you still aren’t sure this is the issue or you aren’t sure how to handle the situation until a plumber arrives. We can help with that.

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