New Forum Gets Your Plumbing Problems Answered

New plumbing forum householdplumbing.com shocks the community by saving homeowners time and money while learning tips, reviews and how to solve your plumbing problems.
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* Plumbing Problems
* Toilets
* Reviews

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* Home
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* Victoria - British Columbia - Canada

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Nov. 12, 2012 - PRLog -- Householdplumbing.com is an online forum for homeowner's and/or plumbers to ask journeymen plumbers any questions on plumbing problems they may have. When it comes to plumbing anything can go wrong and must be done correctly to local code, so householdplumbing.com started a plumbing forum to make sure people had a place to get plumbing questions professionally answered. This new plumbing forum gives an easy way for people to connect with plumbers and ask their journeymen plumbers any questions at no cost, saving the homeowner time and money.

Based out of Victoria BC, Founder Steve Baker has been in the plumbing wholesale business for over 10 years and has grown to learn that the market is full of questions, how-to’s, doubts, concerns, and reviews. With his partner Derek Stephenson who is a very successful journeyman plumber, they plan to help the DIY people and plumbers alike with their knowledge. Householdplumbing.com is a new touch on how people can connect with plumbing professionals with the web 2.0 features they offer by following your favorite plumbers, liking your favorite answers and updating your status on how your plumbing project is going.

Winter is getting very close and householdplumbing.com has some great tips for winter and will be posting them all the time throughout these months. One tip that many people seem to have trouble remembering is to remove your garden hoses from your hose bibbs (sediment faucet) to prevent the copper line from splitting. It's an easy mistake to do or even forget about. Most people do know that leaving your garden hose on will cause the line to split in freezing temperatures (even if you have a "Non-Freeze" hose bibb). But householdplumbing.com wants you the homeowner to remember to take off the garden hose BEFORE the freeze.

Established in 2012, Householdplumbing.com is becoming one of the new fastest growing plumbing forums in Canada. They value their customers and make their complete satisfaction their main priority. There isn’t any question they won’t try and help you out with; their #1 goal is to save you time and money.

To learn more and get your questions answered visit: http://www.householdplumbing.com
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