Category Archive: Plumbing

When You Need Residential Repiping

Posted on: October 18, 2016

Many Tampa Bay area homes were built prior to 1970 and contain galvanized or copper pipes. Over time, these pipes are likely to corrode and cause such problems as leaks and rusty water. The water in our Tampa Bay area is highly caustic and can cause serious pipe erosion over time. Repiping your home will […]

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Have a Clog-Free Holiday Season

Posted on: September 19, 2016

What a great time of year. Family and friends gathering for sharing good times and great food. Don’t spoil it all by having a plumbing emergency. The last thing you want to be concerned with is your plumbing systems, so we offer the following tips to avoid any plumbing issues during your festive holiday season. […]

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7 Checks to Hiring a Professional Plumber

Posted on: September 15, 2016

When it comes to those annoying plumbing problems, many Tampa Bay homeowners take a do-it-yourself approach and try to fix it themselves. Like anything else, practice makes perfect. If you haven’t worked on a faucet leak since Nixon was president, you may need some practice. Since simple plumbing problems can become major disasters, the best […]

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Water Heater – Repair or Replace

Posted on: September 15, 2016

Your water heater is a vital part of your every day life, but usually gets very little attention – until it doesn’t work! When that happens, you are faced with a critical decision – should I repair my existing water heater, or invest in a new system? A good rule of thumb involves the age […]

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4 Easy Ways to Conserve Water

Posted on: September 13, 2016

When I was growing up, water was never an issue. There was always plenty. We lived by a lake and we never really gave our water resources a second thought. Water was cheap and plentiful. Today, we may have already forgotten the recent years of drought and water restrictions. When we see flooded streets in Tampa […]

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Free Camera Inspection With All Sewer Line Clearing

Posted on: August 17, 2016

Some say the sign of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. So it goes for those frequent calls to a plumbing company to clear out your blocked sewer line. In some cases, the sewer line blockage is caused by tree roots intruding into the line. Normally, trees […]

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Catch That Water Leak Before It Becomes a Real Problem

Posted on: August 17, 2016

Pipes leak sometimes. But sometimes, we don’t discover a water leak until it has wreaked havoc on our lives. Following are some early warning signs that you need to call the plumbing professionals at Midway Services. You can hear water sounds when no faucet or fixture is turned on. This may be a sign that […]

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Keep Those Pipes Clean!

Posted on: August 2, 2016

Just like your car, your household plumbing needs regular maintenance to prevent major problems. For such, you can call the home-town Tampa Bay plumbing professionals at Midway Services. We will make sure your problems get fixed right away and the right way. In the meantime, there are several things you can do to keep your […]

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Plunge Right In – Effective Plunger Techniques | Midway Services

Posted on: July 26, 2016

One of the most common (and frustrating) plumbing problems affecting Tampa Bay area homes and apartments is the clogged toilet. Not only is there the potential for significant overflow in the bathroom, but a toilet clog is unpleasant. In most cases, the cause of the clog is an accumulation of paper and other material in […]

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How To Treat High Water Pressure

Posted on: July 26, 2016

Just like your physical body is at risk from high blood pressure, so your home plumbing system can be at risk from high water pressure. This situation can cause many problems from minor leaks to noisy pipes. Minor leaks tend to turn into major leaks over time, especially with higher than optimum water pressure. So […]

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