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Archive for September, 2014

Every Drop Counts

Posted on September 26th, 2014

A leak may seem like a minor issue to the average homeowner. Household leaks waste an astronomical amount of water each year when they are untreated. Some leaks are quite obvious in plain sight, while others are tucked away and go years without being noticed. Below are some places you should check for leaks in […]

When To Hire A Plumber

Posted on September 24th, 2014

It’s funny how people tend to take their plumbing system for granted. Nonetheless, people rely on plumbing systems everyday for clean water. Since they are utilized so frequently, problems are bound to happen. Some homeowners have the ‘do-it-yourself’ mentality and try to fix plumbing issues on their own. However, the plumbing system in your house […]

How Hard Water Affects Your Plumbing System

Posted on September 19th, 2014

Have you heard the term “hard water” but weren’t exactly sure what it meant? Water that contains a high concentration of minerals is referred to as hard water. The most prevalent minerals found in hard water are magnesium and calcium. Unfortunately, hard water can have a negative effect on your plumbing system as a whole. […]

Water Conservation Tips

Posted on September 11th, 2014

Homeowners push “minor” plumbing issues under the rug and forget about them. Did you know that a leaking toilet can waste up to 200 gallons of water a day? This is both harmful to the environment and it is also taking a chunk of cash out of your wallet. If there is an usual increase […]

Environmentally Friendly Drain Cleaner

Posted on September 4th, 2014

Store bought drain cleaners can be tempting, because they provide a quick fix to your plumbing woes. Don’t be fooled. Most drain cleaners on the market today are filled with harsh chemicals that can erode your pipes overtime. Continual usage of these products can lead to long term damage to your plumbing system. Luckily, there […]

Trenchless Sewer Lines

Posted on September 3rd, 2014

If your sewer line has ever stopped working properly, you know how inconvenient it is. When its time to repair or replace your sewer line, consider trench less. This is usually the invasive method and can save landscaping, irrigation systems, and lighting systems from being ripped out. Reasons to Go Trenchless Trenchless can also get […]

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