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When you are leaving your home for an extended period of time it is important to realize that the plumbing in your home will still need to be cared for and to work properly to avoid problems. Luckily there are preparation methods to stay free of problems when are gone. A massive leak or plumbing […]

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When it comes to plumbing in your home there are many signs and indicators that you should keep a close eye on. For example, ripples in the water in your toilet could mean that you have a leak which means that you could be wasting water and money every second it goes left unfixed. To […]

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Three Tips For New Homeowners If you are someone who has spent a lot of time renting an apartment, you are probably unaware of just how much more water you can use when you own a home.  Between the larger water heater, the sprinkler system and the additional potentially runny faucets, you have many more […]

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Snaking Your Home’s Clogged Drains Of all of the common problems that homeowners have with their plumbing, a clogged drain is one of the easiest to take care of on your own.  Though some clogs can be removed with a drain cleaner, the best way for you to handle the situation is to learn how […]

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Three Places To Save Water   Rising utility costs are often the result not of higher energy prices, but the waste caused by homeowners who do not pay attention to how much water or electricity they are using.  The bathroom is an area of the home where a lot of water is wasted, either because […]

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Check Your Toilet’s Operation Regularly If you are going to have a slow leak someplace in your plumbing system it is probably going to have something to do with your toilet.  There are a lot of moving parts, and a lot of ways that the toilet can leak water, and that means you need to […]

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