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Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Plumber

March 24th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Just like you wouldn’t buy a car before you test drove it, or buy a house before having it inspected, you shouldn’t hire a plumber without properly vetting them. A plumber is likely going to do some very important work on your house, so you want to make sure they are the best person for […]

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Tools Every Handyman Needs in His Toolbox

March 20th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

While the expression may go: “It’s a poor craftsman that blames his tools,” we tend to disagree. Really, it means that being an expert handyman means having the right equipment and knowing how to use it. No matter how skilled you are at home renovation, you wouldn’t attempt to build a bench or fix a […]

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Allergy Season

March 15th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Though it may not feel like it (seeing as how half of the country is still under several inches of snow, thanks to winter storm Stella), spring is just five days away! And while spring brings that fresh, crisp air we all love, it also brings pollen – and lots of it. If you’re trying […]

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5 Electrical Repairs You Should Never do Yourself

March 10th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

When it comes to home updates, there are plenty of things you can do yourself – like paint, put up drywall, and even build a porch. But there are a few things you should never attempt to do, and that includes electrical work. While cartoons may not portray it as such – electrical shock is […]

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How to Prep Your Home For Spring

March 7th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

With just a few days until spring, the flowers are already blooming and the sun is shining – but if that sun is shining on chipping paint and missing roof shingles, it’s time for an update. Take spring cleaning outside of the house this year and touch up these fixtures that have been left out […]

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5 Ways to Conserve Water in the Spring

March 2nd, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Did you know that Americans today use 127 percent more water than people living in the 1950’s? As global temperatures rise and weather patterns become more irregular, water conservation has become a hot topic. But the good news is, conserving water is a lot easier than you may think. With just a few tweaks to […]

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4 Reasons You Might Have Low Water Pressure

February 25th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

The only thing worse than a cold shower may just be a non-existent one. Low water pressure is one of the most common household plumbing problems in America. And while it’s certainly frustrating, poor pressure can also be indicative of more serious problems. If you’re experiencing low water pressure, these may be a few of […]

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Are These Popular Plumbing Myths True or False?

February 21st, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

You’d be surprised by how often we hear common misconceptions about plumbing from our clients, but hey – we’re not blaming you! Between the occasional misinformed friend and a plethora of wrong information online, we know it can be hard to determine what’s true and what’s false. That’s why we’re on a mission to help […]

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What to Use When Cleaning the Kitchen Sink and Garbage Disposal

February 15th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

Based on the amount of soap you go through every day washing dishes, you’re probably thinking your sink is pretty sanitary. While soap may be getting your dishes clean, it usually dissolves before it really hits the sink and garbage disposal. A dirty garbage disposal can not only leave you with a smelly kitchen, but […]

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3 DIY Bathroom Plumbing Fixes

February 13th, 2017 | Mitch Wright Company | Uncategorized

The DIY craze is still in full swing in 2017, and rightfully so. Taking on home repairs is a great way to save money, work with your hands and learn something new. While there are some plumbing jobs you should never try to tackle on your own (like a sewer line backup or leaky pipes) […]

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