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Common Plumbing Myths All Homeowners Should Know

Common Plumbing Myths All Homeowners Should Know Did you ever hear the story of the guy who unplugged his television before leaving the house on overnight trips? This is one instance of a hack or legend that turned out to be true, as many appliances draw phantom energy. These types of stories are relevant to
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DEFENSE: Protecting Your Pipes During Super Bowl LI

DEFENSE: Protecting Your Pipes During Super Bowl LI Halftime Flush, Fact or Fiction? If you are a Super Bowl fan, then you have probably heard that thousands of spectators who are watching the game at home will flush their toilets at the same time during Half Time. Some of these stories are true because several
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4 Tips to Prevent Your Indoor Pipes from Bursting

4 Tips to Prevent Your Indoor Pipes from Bursting Burst pipes – it's the calamity that strikes dread into the hearts of homeowners. The relentless flow of water inside your home can cause serious damage to your precious belongings and even result in structural damage if it remains undetected long enough. For that reason, we’ve
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Home Cleaning Checklist for the New Year

Home Cleaning Checklist for the New Year The New Year is an opportunity for a fresh start, and what better way to get a fresh start than to establish a quick but efficient way to clean your house. Sticking to a schedule for things that you do on a daily, weekly or monthly basis can
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Hydro Jetting vs. Snaking for Clearing Stubborn Clogs

Hydro Jetting vs. Snaking for Clearing Stubborn Clogs We’ve all been there, water draining slowly in the sink or tub, a toilet that takes forever to fill back up after getting flushed, foul odors coming from the drain. Clogged drains are common for many homeowners. There are several solutions to handle a clogged drain. Whether
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Setting New Year's Resolutions

Setting New Year's Resolutions With the year dwindling to a close, many people are engaging in self-reflection. They are thinking about all of the things they have accomplished and what more they could have done. Many will reflect on issues relating to self-control, such as weight loss or kicking an old habit, like smoking. However,
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Learn the Right Way to Fix a Leaky Garden Hose

Learn the Right Way to Fix a Leaky Garden Hose Did you spend the summer and fall months fighting with a leak in your garden hose? If you’re feeling frustrated at the wasted water and impact that garden hose leaks can have on your water bill, then you may be considering running out and buying
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National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week During November, many families in the United States begin to prepare for Thanksgiving Day by buying special foods to cook for their tasty holiday recipes. However, there are numerous hungry and homeless individuals who need help during this time of year. Our company understands that our community’s organizations are
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Water Filtration: Reverse Osmosis or Deionization?

Water Filtration: Reverse Osmosis or Deionization? Confused about which type of water filtration to invest in? It’s not your fault, there are so many different types of systems available, it’s difficult to choose one that is right for your unique needs and requirements. Whether you’re interested in purifying water for drinking, washing or irrigation, there
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Financial Planning Month

Financial Planning Month Can you believe we only have three more months before the new year? It's time to examine your monthly spending, by analyzing your current spending and making plans for the months ahead. 1) Managing Expenses Make a list of all your expenses. A good way to do this is by looking at
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