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Preventing Bathroom Sink Clogs
Regardless of where it is in your house, a clogged drain is never fun to deal with. When it comes to your bathroom sink, however, the problem can be even more complicated and disruptive.
5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Water Bill
By reducing the amount of water usage in your home, you’ll not only respect your budget, but you’ll also be protecting the environment. While there are a number of ways you can cut back, sometimes the simplest changes can make the most drastic difference.
Water Heater Regulations: Why They Matter
While you may not give it much thought, your water heater is one of the most important appliances in your home. Few of us could survive without hot water. Not only does it provide a more comfortable shower and cleaner dishes, but it also accounts for up to 20% of your energy bill.
Water Heaters: Is It Time To Go Tankless?
If you are considering a new water heater for your home, there are many factors to consider. Beyond choosing between gas or electric and between a point of use or whole house unit, you will also need to decide whether or not you want a traditional high-capacity water heater or a tankless water heater.
Can Technology Improve Your Plumbing?
When it comes to evolving technology trends around the house, your plumbing fixtures are probably not the first to come to mind. However, just as technology has improved our security systems, home entertainment and electricity, it is making its mark in the latest plumbing options too.
Leak Detection Made Simple
If you have a plumbing leak inside your walls, how do pinpoint its exact location? While a homeowner can do some basic things, it's best to leave it to the pros.
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