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How To Fix a Leaking Bathtub

How To Fix a Leaking Bathtub

Whether you’re into a relaxing bath or a rejuvenating shower, your bathtub is an important part of your home. A leaking tub is annoying, at best, because it can cause serious damage over time. The most likely problem is either in the faucet, the grout or body, or the drain. There are a few ways...

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The Importance of Clean Water

The Importance of Clean Water

In general, tap water in the United States is perfectly safe for human consumption. However, sometimes you may notice a funny color, odor, or taste. These often come from otherwise harmless contaminants like chlorine, sulfur, iron, and manganese. Home drinking water purification is a snap when it comes to filtering out these benign contaminates; in...

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Repairing Water Damage

Repairing Water Damage

If you have water damage in your home, there’s a series of steps you need to follow to solve your problem. These include identifying the source of the damage, fixing the problem and then dealing with the water damage itself. Finding the Source of Your Water Damage Water damage is not always easy to figure...

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Save Money On Your Next Plumbing Call

Save Money On Your Next Plumbing Call

Sooner or later, we all have to call a plumber and plumbers can be expensive to hire – there’s just no way around that. However, there are a variety of ways to improve the value you get your money. Save Money on Plumbing Many people make the mistake of shopping for services primarily based on...

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Tricks to Avoid Plumbing Problems

Tricks to Avoid Plumbing Problems

Tired of calling a plumber? Use these tricks to avoid plumbing problems to ward off constant and costly repairs. #1 Insulate Pipes Naturally, pipe insulation is most important in areas where there is the potential for pipes to freeze and burst. The cost of both piping and insulation is tiny relative to the damages when...

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House Plumbing Problems and Solutions

House Plumbing Problems and Solutions

Most homeowners are no stranger to common house plumbing problems. While a professional opinion is never a bad thing, not wanting to call a plumber for every little issue is understandable. Your plumbing is a big part of how comfortable your home feels. Small problems like leaky faucets and clogged drains can turn into big...

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Looking For A Nice Quiet House? Check the Plumbing

Looking For A Nice Quiet House? Check the Plumbing

With all the environmental noise in our high-tech society, it’s little wonder that peace and quiet have become highly priced luxuries. Noise ordinances are regularly sought and passed to control everything from the volume of recreational watercraft to the backfire of car engines. In most neighborhoods, residents are restricted from making noise or playing stereos...

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Green Plumbing Tips

Green Plumbing Tips

There are so many ways to go green with your home, but few present more opportunity than your plumbing. Not only will green plumbing lower utility costs in the long run, but it will certainly make your home and the environment healthier. Needless to say, a home’s plumbing covers a wide ranger or categories, from...

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4 Ways To Tell If Your Pipes Are Worn Out

4 Ways To Tell If Your Pipes Are Worn Out

While it is important to regularly keep an eye on your pipes, it’s even more critical to do so if you’re living in an older home to check if you have worn out pipes. As a plumbing system ages, pipes will generally show indications of problems. If you don’t watch for pipe problems closely, you...

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Simple Ways to Conserve Water

Simple Ways to Conserve Water

What if you wanted a glass of water one morning and all of the water was gone? What would you do? Our water is our most important natural resource and it’s steadily being used up. That means it’s really possible to wake up one morning and not have any water to drink. So why not...

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