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Happy Holidays From All Of Us At Flamingo Plumbing and Backflow

12.11.2017

Cheers to a joyous and relaxing holiday season!

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Benefits of a Commercial Grease trap

10.19.2017

We know that having a grease trap installed is a legal requirement. You see it as a must-have item, but do you know the benefits involved? Knowing the advantages of this device can save you and your organisation time and money.

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The Importance of Hiring A Certified Backflow Technician

09.21.2017

County water utility departments will only recognize backflow prevention technicians who are state or county licensed plumbing contractors. Also, certification for backflow prevention assembly testing is usually required.

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Welcome to Our First e-Newsletter!

07.30.2017

Flamingo Plumbing and Backflow Services is excited to present the first issue of our monthly e-Newsletters. This new resource will include important information on topics relevant to you and your home. Click here to read more...

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United Plumbing Acquires Flamingo Plumbing and Backflow Services

05.15.2017

To All Our Valued Customers and Friends,

United Plumbing Solution Inc is proud to announce that it has acquired Flamingo Plumbing & Backflow Services LLC, effective May 15, 2017.


Paul Shaughnessy (UPS’s President) will become the President of the new combined entity, that will retain the better known Flamingo Plumbing & Backflow Services’ business name. Jeffrey K. Dull, the former President of Flamingo will remain involved in an advisory capacity.

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What Is a Certified Plumber?

06.12.2014

Find out the difference between and plumber and a certified plumber.

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Plumbing and Your Honey Do List

06.06.2014

Plumbing issues that should never be on your honey do list!

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How To Detect Bad Plumbing Before You Buy A House

06.06.2014

Why is it important to detect lousy plumbing before you buy a home?

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Great Plumbing Advice You Should Be Aware Of

06.06.2014

Plumbing tips that can reduce home accidents.

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Pipe or Plumbing System Corrosion

06.06.2014

Saltwater has become a major issue in Florida....See why...

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A Growing Threat – Roots and Sewer Lines

06.06.2014

The most common reason for clogged and cracked pipes are tree root. What you may not know is that some home insurance policies covers the cost.

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How You Can Pick A Great Plumber

06.06.2014

Choosing a certified plumber can save you more in the future.

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Pain in the Drain | Tree Roots

05.22.2014

Mature trees add beauty and shade to landscapes, but their roots can cause extensive damage to sewer pipes. Find out how tree roots can be a major problem for you.

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Signs of a Sewer Drain Clog

05.22.2014

A sewer drain clog is a very serious problem that can be considered a plumbing emergency. This article outlines how early recognition of a clog can help you save time and money.

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Pipe Corrosion Prevention

05.22.2014

Estimates show that pipe corrosion costs homeowners over one billion dollars in the United States. It is better to prevent corrosion than having to replace your entire pipe system later. Learn more about this common issue and how you could start saving today.

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A Small Leak Can Mean Big Problems

12.17.2011

In the plumbing world a small leak is a serious problem. Unfortunately, many homeowners do not feel the same way.
They are under the impression that a small problem like this will take care of itself; this is not usually the case.
How can such a small leak turn into such a big problem? Well, here are three ways:

1. Over time a small leak will eat away at the floor, walls, and pretty much anything else it comes in contact with.
This will not happen overnight, but over the course of several months standing water which is constantly added to will cause damage. This is even more so the case if you cannot see the leak and clean it up from time to time.

2. Mold is a major problem, and the main culprit is moisture.
A small leak can lead to mold and related issues in no time at all. Mold is a health hazard for those living in the house. To go along with this, it will also make your home nearly impossible to sell if the time ever comes.
Nobody wants to buy a home that has been affected by mold. It is expensive to repair, and if left alone, harmful to your health.

3. A leaking pipe can lead to poor performance.
This may not be a huge problem, but when you turn the water on it will feel like something is a bit “off.” This may be the least of your concerns, but one that should tip you off that something is going on.
Don’t let anybody tell you that a small leak is no big deal.
Instead, hire a professional plumber to come to your home, identify the problem, and implement the proper solution. This will cost you some money, but will put your mind at ease sooner rather than later.

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