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Frequently Asked Questions: Home Plumbing

Plumbing FAQ

The plumbers that makeup Michael’s Plumbing get many questions, not only from clients while on a call but at the neighborhood cookout, while shopping at the local home improvement store, and sometimes even while sitting in the dentist’s chair. We get it. After all, we are Orlando and Central Florida’s plumbing experts.

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Help! My Toilet will not Flush!

Toilet won't flush

It’s probably one of the most annoying and embarrassing issues you might run into in your Orlando home. Your toilet won’t flush all the way. Do you call a plumber like Michael’s Plumbing? Or is it something that you can fix on your own?

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Ways to Conserve Water Around Your Home

Conserve water

If your faucets are leaking, you hear water continually running during nighttime routines, and your washer is running only half-full, your household could be wasting hundreds of gallons of water daily.

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DIY Plumbing Projects Gone Wrong

DIY Plumbing Disasters

It may be like watching an episode of “Home Improvement,” and Tim Taylor has once again caused some sort of do-it-yourself (DIY) catastrophe. Sometimes homeowners try to avoid paying a company to perform a task they feel they can do after watching an instructional video, but what happens when that project goes awry?

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Plumbing 911

Plumbing 911

It never fails. It’s the weekend, you’re hosting family and friends, and there’s a leak in your home. You know you need to call Orlando’s experts at Michael’s Plumbing, but you need a temporary fix, or at least to know what to do now. So, what can you do until a plumber arrives?

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Preparing Your Home for Hurricane Season

Hurricane Home Prep

Unfortunately, hurricane season is a part of life for Floridians, and we know that massive storms can devastate your home and your family. While you can’t prevent a hurricane from hitting the area, you can prepare your home to handle the strain of the strong winds and flooding that typically comes with a hurricane.

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Celebrate Earth Day and “Go Green” with these Plumbing Tips

Earth Day2021

Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 as a day to inspire the environmental movement and drive positive action for planet Earth. It’s a day to “Go Green” and be proactive and not reactive to the damage pollution and overuse can do to our planet. Michael’s Plumbing understands the importance of creating energy efficiency, thus saving you money.

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