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Limited Hot Water: Is A Bad Dip Tube to Blame?
There are few things worse that running out of hot water in the middle of your shower. If you notice that your hot water is not lasting as long as it should or if you are getting tepid temps from your faucets, it may be time to investigate your dip tube. While hot water problems can be caused by a variety of factors, a bad tip tube is the most common culprit.
What Type of Laundry Detergent is Best for Your Septic Tank?
If you’ve ever shopped the grocery aisle for laundry detergent, you know the countless options there is to choose from. You may be lured by a refreshing scent, the one on sale or the latest brand to hit the market. However, if you’ve got a septic tank at home, you need to first consider what’s best for your plumbing environment.
Four Ways to Detect a Gas Leak
A faulty gas line is a serious matter. If left undetected, your family’s health is at risk. While a professional plumber can properly repair a gas line issue, it is crucial that you know how to recognize a gas leak in the first place. A poorly maintained or ignored gas line can also damage your home appliances and landscaping.
Time For Faucet Repair?
Are your faucets up to par? While it may be tempting to just ignore an pesky or stubborn faucet in your home, you should know that even a small faucet leak could waste hundreds of gallons of water per year. The cost savings alone should motivate you to seek faucet repair in a timely manner.
DIY Solutions for a Stinky Garbage Disposal
We’ve all been there. No matter how many times you run the garbage disposal, you can’t get rid of that foul lingering odor. Just like other appliance and plumbing systems in your home, your garbage disposal may need a good cleaning from time to time. Considering all the food and liquids that get shoved down your disposal on a daily basis, it is understandable that grime and stinky residue can accumulate on the blades and rubber flaps and eventually emit a bad odor that is hard to dismiss. This is when you need to take action to clean your garbage disposal.
Pros and Cons of a Tankless Water Heater
Thinking of upgrading or replacing your conventional water heater with a “tankless” model? Tankless water heaters, also called “on demand” water heaters are designed to only heat the water you need at the time you turn on the faucet. There is no storage of hot water involved, which means there is no need for an actual tank. If you are considering an investment in a tankless water heater for your home, here are some pros and cons to think about.
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