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Using Renewable and Energy-Saving Devices In Your Home

This month, on the 22nd, we celebrate Earth Day. Earth Day is a worldwide event that focuses on supporting and protecting the environment. In an effort to be kind to our environment, here are some additions you can make to your home to be more energy efficient. 241 more words

Energy Efficiency

Plumbing Inspection: Why It's Important

Plumbing is not and should never be a “set and forget” kind of thing. Sadly, that’s how people treat it. A lot of them feel that since “it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” It’s important, however, for both homeowners and business owners to know the health of their plumbing system. 357 more words

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5 Top Symptoms You May Have a Slab Leak

Wondering if you have a slab leak? These are leaks in one of the water lines running below the concrete floor of your home. They usually pinhole leaks that develop in copper water lines; they are also known as foundation leaks. 422 more words

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7 Plumbing Tips To Prepare For Winter Weather

If you want your home to be ready for winter weather without suffering any unfortunate plumbing accidents, then you need to be prepared in advance by applying the following seven plumbing tips to prepare for winter. 408 more words

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Three Easy Plumbing Tips That Can Save You Money

Even though you use it practically every single day of your life, chances are you don’t spend a lot of time thinking about your home’s plumbing. 386 more words

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How to prevent hairballs from clogging your drain!

This is a record holding hairball out of a shower drain! We call it “the wookie.” When we do service calls for this sort of thing, we not only clean the drain properly to restore service but we also recommend and sometimes (depending on the style / type of drain) give the client a tub/shower hair trap as seen in the following: 66 more words

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COLD WEATHER

  • You should keep the  faucet open. As the frozen areas starts to melt, water will flow and running water will help melt ice in the pipe.
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