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Maintain Your Water Heater to Extend Its Life

Unless you like taking cold showers, it’s important to inspect and maintain your water heater on a regular basis. A thorough check-up every six months can minimize the chance of a sudden breakdown that could leave you with nothing but cold water until a plumber cas...

How to Retrieve Items that Wash Down the Drain

Valuable items can vanish down the drain in the blink of an eye. That beautiful engagement ring you took off to do the dishes? An earring that slipped down the bathroom sink? You might think that they are lost forever, but with a little luck, you can retrieve them with no harm done. All...

How to Test Your Home Water Pressure

Homeowners must walk a fine line when it comes to water pressure. You need sufficient pounds per square inch (psi) of water coming out of your faucets to take comfortable showers and fill your cooking pots in a reasonable amount of time. On the oth...

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Clogged Gutters Can Lead to Leaks

If you haven’t pulled out the rake yet this season, chances are it won’t belong. The leaves are already falling and leaving a crisp, colorful mess for you to clean up. But the job isn’t done once you’ve tied off the last bag of leaves from the ground -- there are sure to b...

Preparing your Plumbing for Hurricane Season

If you live in a place affected by tropical storms, you should know every year June 1 to November 30 is a time for preparation and vigilance. With hurricane season underway, it’s important to guard your family and your home from possible injury and dama...

How to Tell if You Have Hard Water

Some lucky homeowners have never experienced hard water in their homes. It’s largely a regional problem, with the hardest-hit areas in the Upper Midwest. But for those who live in a hard water zone, it can be one of the most annoying plumbing problems of them all. Hard ...

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