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What is the Best HVAC Air Filter for My Home?

What is the Best HVAC Air Filter for My Home?

The number of air filters available at your local big-box hardware store are staggering. We know how easy it is to be overwhelmed by the vast selection. Just know, there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to finding the best HVAC air filter for your home. The type of filter your need…

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How to Unclog a Toilet Without a Plunger

How to Unclog a Toilet Without a Plunger

One of the most common home occurrences is a clogged toilet. Sometimes too much toilet paper goes down the pot, or the pipes are getting old. Whatever the reason, you will have to find a way to unclog it. Sometimes a plunger won’t even do the trick. Let’s look at some of the best ways…

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Types of Pipes Used in Home Plumbing

Types of Pipes Used in Home Plumbing

When it comes time to install or replace plumbing in your home, there are more than a few pipe materials to choose from. Some jobs and home might need pex piping, while others will find that PVC pipes are better suited to their needs. This blog post will give an overview of the most common…

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Yes, You Need Two Plungers—Here’s Why

Yes, You Need Two Plungers—Here’s Why

When it comes to your home, there can be various types of plumbing maintenance challenges you may face. A common plumbing issue is a clogged sink or toilet—which no one is a fan of. However, before you grab a plunger, be sure to grab the correct one. Most people do not know that you need…

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5 Signs Your Water Heater Needs to be Repaired

5 Signs Your Water Heater Needs to be Repaired

Oftentimes, your water heater will emit “clues” that something isn’t quite right. Whether you notice a leak, discolored water, or water that is suddenly too hot or only cold, our qualified team of technicians have the ideal skills and talent to get things back to normal quickly. We have been successfully serving local Los Angeles…

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When Was Indoor Plumbing Invented?

Shower head

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?

Bathroom

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?

Low Water Pressure Faucet

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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How Often Should I Replace My Toilet?

Second only to a shower and bathtub, the toilet in a Los Angeles home is a fixture that we rely on each and every day. We expect our toilets to look good, feel comfortable, and help us get the job done. There are many reasons why you may consider replacing your toilet, from practical, cost-effective,…

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