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Benefits of Installing a Tankless Water Heater

Benefits of Installing a Tankless Water Heater

Have you been thinking about getting a tankless water heater? Here are a few reasons why you might consider making the investment: You’ll enjoy reduced energy costs. A tankless water heater produces hot water on demand, which means your system isn’t strained by...

7 Helpful Plumbing Tools For Homeowners

7 Helpful Plumbing Tools For Homeowners

The right toolbox will help you prepare for every eventuality, and you don’t have to be the handiest person in order to assemble the tools that will help you get out of a sticky plumbing situation. Here are a few suggestions of tools to have on hand to fix plumbing...

How to Pet-Proof Your Plumbing

How to Pet-Proof Your Plumbing

Tons of Americans have pets in their homes, and though we love our furry friends, they can sometimes place a unique strain on certain areas of the household, including plumbing. Here are some tips to keep both your plumbing and your pets safe and happy. Is it bath...

Buying a Home? Use this Plumbing Checklist

Buying a Home? Use this Plumbing Checklist

Buying a home is an exciting time: there are so many options and amenities and locations to consider. But also be sure that you do a thorough check of the systems in your home, including your plumbing. The name of the game as you buy a new home should be "no...

How to Clean Your Garbage Disposal

How to Clean Your Garbage Disposal

The average American household puts their garbage disposal through a lot year after year. What with all the food waste we shove down there day after day, garbage disposals are unsung heroes that do a lot to help us out. The good news is that it doesn’t take a lot to keep them in good working order! First, heed this list of things that you should not put in your garbage disposal: egg shells, fruit pits, liquid grease, coffee grounds, fibrous materials, and bones. Putting these items in your disposal can lead to dull blades, massive clogs, and other results that reduce the efficacy of your unit.
Dealing with Water Damage: First Steps to Take

Dealing with Water Damage: First Steps to Take

Water damage is a costly and emotionally (and physically) draining situation that can impact homeowners when they least expect it. Whether the cause is flooding from a rainstorm, a pipe break, or a roof leak, dealing with the aftermath of water damage can take significant time and energy, and the worst part is that you’re up against a ticking clock: the potential formation of mold. The good news is that there are steps you can take right when the water damage event occurs that can help with recovery.
6 Tips to Take Care of Your Water Heater

6 Tips to Take Care of Your Water Heater

In the course of our lives, it’s easy to forget about all the hard work our water heaters do for our homes. They help us cook, clean, enjoy hot showers, wash the dog, and a ton of other tasks. But even though they’re workhorses, our water heaters need TLC every once...

DIY Methods to Clear Your Drain

DIY Methods to Clear Your Drain

We all know that when we turn on the faucet in our sink, shower, or tub, the water is supposed to go down the drain with the joy of Julie Andrews twirling in an Austrian hillside. But sometimes that doesn’t happen. Sometimes the water gurgles, pools at the drain, or,...

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