How To Keep Your Household Plumbing Sustainable?

With climate change and global warming becoming an increasing and ever-present issue in our society, we all need to do our part to fix this problem. Electricity and energy consumption in the United States is increasing rapidly, and therefore it’s important to use our resources sustainably. Residential plumbing is a significant contributor to water usage. […]

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Cut Water Waste in the Kitchen

With the population of both, the country and the world accelerating, we must conserve the drinkable water we have. Thankfully, there are many steps we can take to conserve as much water as possible, and it stars in our home. After the bathrooms, the area where the most water is used is in the kitchen. […]

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4 Plumbing Mistakes to Avoid and Reduce Repair Work

Your home’s plumbing may seem indestructible to you until something goes wrong and demands your attention. Lack of maintenance and poor handling can lead to costly plumbing repairs and replacements. However, if you treat your faucet, drains, and other plumbing fixtures with care and attention, you can avoid expensive mending. Here are a few common […]

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How Unresolved Plumbing Issues Affect Your Health

Other than being a great inconvenience, plumbing issues can cause health risks and harm your physical and mental wellbeing. Regular maintenance and yearly inspections are essential in keeping your plumbing in shape. However, neglecting plumbing problems can lead to poor indoor air quality, pesticide infestation, and other issues at home, harming your quality of life. […]

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HELP! My House Smells Like Sewage! Causes And Prevention of Water Backflow

You’re doing the dishes, and suddenly you see discolored, foul-smelling water flowing from the faucet. The sudden change in the color and quality of water indicates you might be dealing with a backflow problem. Water backflow is a critical issue, that when mishandled or overlooked, can cause severe health problems. This is why it’s recommended […]

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5 Telltale Signs Your Sewer Lines Are Damaged

“Out of sight, out of mind” is not a piece of good advice when it comes to your health and your home’s plumbing. Do you know that there may be around 100 different viruses present in raw sewage? Hidden leaks in sewage lines deteriorate over time and may lead to damage to your well-being, pocket, and property. […]

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Why Does My Shower Drain Smell?

Hopping in the shower to freshen up only to be greeted with a stinky smell can be extremely unpleasant. The first step in getting rid of the bad odor is figuring out its source. The shower drain is one of the most overlooked components of any bathroom. Problems like clogs, mold growth, and sewage backup […]

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Garbage Disposal Dos and Don’ts

If you throw food waste in the trash, it’ll start to smell and ruin the air inside your home. Garbage disposal makes getting rid of food scraps very easy, but only if you know how to use it correctly. A misused garbage disposal can malfunction and cost you expensive repairs. Here’s a list of dos and […]

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Residential Repiping: When You Should Get Your Home Repiped

Most plumbing issues at your house may appear minor and easy to repair. However, the problem can be significant, when those issues occur frequently. They can drastically damage your property and cost you a lot. Below is a list of signs that you need to look for in case your house needs repiping.

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Suspect a Slab Leak? Here’s What You Should Do

You get home, and your kid comes running towards you. Disturbed, he asked, “Why are there mushrooms growing under the carpet?” You’re incredibly concerned when you realize that something is seriously wrong! It is a slab leak that went unnoticed

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