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Water Leaks

Checking for water leaks

First step is to check your toilet for leaks. Drop some food coloring into your toilet tank and leave it for 30 minutes. 95 more words

Residential Plumber FAQs

Plumbing is a pretty specialized type of service. Sure, there are plenty of plumbing-related do-it-yourself projects out there, but when it comes to the really technical projects, you need the help of a professional… 369 more words

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Tell-Tale Signs Your Septic Pump Needs Service

If your septic pump is experiencing trouble, then you need to call a professional immediately. But the problem is, most homeowners fail to see or even realize that there is a problem until it’s too late. 282 more words

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Ti's Tips - How to fix a dripping hose faucet...

As the weather heats up, more and more people are using their garden hoses and outdoor hose faucets. This means many more service calls to fix “dripping” hose faucets. 180 more words

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Summer's Here - How to Water Your Lawn!

How to Water Your Lawn:

Knowing how to water a lawn the right way is critical to the overall health of your lawn. The frequency and amount of water you apply to grass may vary – depending on soil, time of year, weather conditions, type of grass, and so on. 516 more words

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From Guest Blogger Lizzie Weakly: How Making Your Bathroom "Green" Can Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

When remodeling your bathroom, you may be focused on improving the aesthetic look of the space. For example, you may update the tile back splash around the tub and in the shower. 385 more words

Efficiency

If this is you, please stop it right now!!

During my travels carrying out mainly emergency plumbing repairs, mainly in domestic properties, I’ve seen many many installations that once seen ‘can’t be unseen’, to coin a phrase. 176 more words

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