Mallick Plumbing & Heating Blog : Archive for June, 2017

How Does Trenchless Technology Work?

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

question-mark-blueIf you’ve looked around our website, you may have noticed we offer a service called trenchless technology. This isn’t actually a “service,” it’s a way of providing different types of services, such as sewer line repair, sewer line replacement, and water main replacement.

People are often curious about trenchless technology and wish to know how it works and why we use it for plumbing service in Rockville, MD.

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Why Not Use Summer to Replace Your Home’s Boiler?

Monday, June 19th, 2017

boiler-systemDuring the heat of a summer here in Maryland, you probably don’t want to hear the word “boil” in any context. It’s just makes you feel that much hotter. But summer is often a good time to have work done on the heating system in your home, especially if it’s a big job like taking an old boiler out of the house and putting in a new one. You won’t need your boiler during the summer, so you can take your time to pick a new model and work with your local contractor for boiler services in Potomac, MD so you’ll be ready to go in fall when the cooler weather returns.

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Ways Your Home Might Be Wasting Water

Monday, June 5th, 2017

leaking-pipeYou can find plenty of tips online for how to cut down on the amount of water you consume in your home. You’re probably already familiar with many of them: take shorter showers, only run dishwasher and laundry machines on full loads, don’t let the water run while you’re brushing your teeth, defrost food in the refrigerator rather than running hot water over it, etc. All of these are good ways to see that you aren’t using more water than necessary.

But your house might be the one doing the water wasting, and you can’t get your house to read online tips and follow them! We’re going to look at some of the places where your house is the source of water waste. With the assistance of our professional plumbers, you can have these problems fixed and your water bills reduced. The environment will thank you as well!

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