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Portland Plumbing Plus is fully licensed, bonded and insured in Oregon and Washington. Our $2,000.000.00 insurance policy ensures that our customers' properties are fully protected and covered. Licenses: Oregon Construction Contractor CCB License #: 198039, Washington Construction Contractor License #: PORTLPP893JL, Plumbing License #: PB1265, Electrical License #: LMS218, Street Opening License in Oregon and Washington

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A wonderful company!

Miriam L.
Portland, OR
My husband and I have fallen on hard times during this recession and had a particularly tough time in the last 6 months.  One of the problems we faced was a leaking primer valve that we could never seem to have enough money to get fixed.  It added to our problems by doubling the amount of water used according to the Portland Water Bureau, and created a huge water bill.  Bob, the owner of this wonderful company was kind enough to fix the leak for a fraction of the cost. Total kindness to total strangers.  He came over very quickly too when he heard about our problem, and fixed it within a couple of days.  He did a good job too.  I would recommend this company to anyone.  Thank you, Bob!

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Question: Low Water Pressure From Blocked Pipes

Question

Blocked Water Pipes - I am not getting enough force of water what should I do?

I got iron water pipes in my house now they are all filled with mud so I am not getting enough force of water what should I do? I've heard about some chemical to clean it!! is that right?

Answer
The problem with iron and galvanized water pipes is that they deteriorate and rust with time.This problem is common in old houses with black iron pipes or galvanized pipes. And what you described as mud is not mud but scales from the rust that has built up over time inside of the pipes...

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