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Constantly Backed Up? There’s Hope

Toilets are more than a convenience – they’re a necessity for hygiene and comfort. We tend to take our toilets for granted, but you never realize how much you rely on it until it breaks. When the toilet has problems, it’s vital that you determine the underlying cause and get it repaired ASAP. Chronic plumbing…

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My Hot Water Isn’t Working! How to Troubleshoot a Water Heater

My Hot Water Isn’t Working! How to Troubleshoot a Water Heater.

Usually, hot water is taken for granted. But as soon as there’s a problem, you notice how heavily you rely on it. Without hot water, there’s no way you could have energizing morning showers and deep soaks in your bubble bath. So, what do you do when you have a problem with your water heater?…

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Safety Tips for DIY Plumbing Maintenance

Safety Tips for DIY Plumbing Maintenance.

When it comes to plumbing, we usually say call a professional, but there are some tasks you can do yourself. However, there are a few things you should always know if and when you’re trying to do something at home. Although this may seem an excellent way to save money, if plumbing maintenance isn’t carried…

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How to Caulk Your Shower in Just 6 Easy Steps

How to Caulk Your Shower in Just 6 Easy Steps

If your bathroom feels like it could use a little refresh these days, one great way to brighten things up is to recaulk your shower or bath. Over time, the caulk in your shower will collect dirt and mold, dulling the overall presentation of your bathroom. Replacing the caulk in your bathroom is a bathroom…

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How an Earthquake can Damage Your Plumbing

Living in Southern California can be a dream. However, that dream comes with a price. They’re called earthquakes. Though Californians are constantly on alert for the big quake, there are things you can do to protect your home before the ground begins to shake. Learn how an earthquake can damage your plumbing and what you…

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Can You Purify Tap Water?

  The water coming into your home from a public reservoir should be safe, clean, and contaminate-free. Unfortuantely, this is not the case for some homeowners. There are also a percentage of homeowners—nearly half—who just want to purify tap water, no matter how safe it is. For those looking to purify tap water at home,…

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When Was Indoor Plumbing Invented?

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America did not have elaborate indoor plumbing systems in most homes until after the mid-19th century. The adaption of indoor plumbing came after cities developed efficient water and sewage systems. Today, almost every home in America has indoor plumbing. But this was not always the case as the indoor water supply was a reserve for…

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Why Does My Bathroom Smell Like Sewage?

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If you are like most homeowners, you want to have a clean and pleasantly smelling bathroom. However, that is not always the case for your home. If you have a sewer smell emitting from your bathroom, it is a cause for concern. In most cases, those air fresheners will not rid your space of this…

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Why Is My Water Pressure So Low?

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They say water is life. If you think about it, there is not a single task you can accomplish around the house without water. Cooking, washing, bathing, drinking and watering your garden all depend on water. With all these water needs, you don’t want to deal with inconveniences caused by low water pressure or dry…

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What Causes Pipes to Burst?

Bursting of pipes is one of the most common plumbing problems that many homeowners experience. Whether in the supply pipes or plumbing system, water pipes may burst without any warnings. The burst pipes can be extremely devastating for your residential property and wallet too. Unfortunately, replacing the pipe might be the least of your problems…

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