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8 Plumbing Tools Every Home Should Have

Plumbing problems are never welcome. You know how it goes. You’re hosting guests over the weekend and a toilet overflows. Or a pipe under the kitchen sink decides to spring a minor leak on a major holiday. Or maybe you just can’t stand the way the caulking around the bathtub looks and decide to redo…

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Why Those DIY Plumbing Videos Are Dangerous

Have you ever been in a discussion with your doctor and noticed the pained look on his or her face when you say, “But I Googled my symptoms and found this article online…?”  It’s much the same for the plumber who gets called in to fix the damage you didn’t intend to inflict with your…

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An Efficient Water Heater Generates Savings

Did you know water heaters are the second highest energy user in the home, right behind heating and air conditioning? According to the U.S. Department of Energy, water heaters consume as much as 25 percent of a home’s energy supply. The average family consumes a lot of hot water — for a household of four…

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes This Winter

Winter’s here, bringing freezing temperatures with it. And unfortunately, cold weather can cause a homeowner’s nightmare: frozen pipes. Here’s what happens: When temperatures drop, trapped water in pipes can freeze. Since water expands when it freezes, it can cause the pipes to rupture. And when the pipes thaw, that’s when homeowners might come home to…

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Helpful Tips for Saving Money on Your Water Bill

Owning a home is expensive. In addition to your mortgage, insurance and taxes, you must constantly maintain your home to preserve its value. Utility costs can rack up big bills, too. But when it comes to your water bill, there are many simple things you can do that result in big savings. Fix leaks Dripping…

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Plumbing leaks — why it’s important to find and fix them early

Drip. Drip. Drip. The average family can waste 180 gallons per week, or 9,400 gallons of water annually, from household leaks. That’s equivalent to the amount of water needed to wash more than 300 loads of laundry. Household leaks can waste approximately nearly 900 billion gallons of water annually nationwide. They can also cause low water pressure because not all of…

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