Plumber on the kitchen.

Spring Plumbing Tips: How to Prevent a Plumbing Crisis

Winter’s nearly over, and with the change in weather comes increased motivation to get necessary repairs made in your home. Plumbing issues can cause roadblocks in the effective running of your household, so taking care of them first and foremost is an excellent use of your time and resources. Here are our go-to Spring Plumbing…

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South Korean Man Invents that Best Toilet Unclogger Yet

If you’re like most people, unclogging your toilet is low on your list of enjoyable activities. However, when those pipes clog, they need instant attention to prevent further clogging, overflowing, and unnecessary house calls to remedy any damage. Despite the technological advancements we enjoy in the modern world, no one has dreamed up a technology…

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Four Reasons to Make Green Home Improvements

Making updates to your home takes more than just waking up one day and deciding to do it. Weighing the pros and cons of any investment takes time and consideration. However, making eco-friendly updates should not take as much forethought as you might think. Why? Because the pros far outweigh the cons, and eco-friendly updates…

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Man and Woman doing the Dishes with clogged garbage disposal that's been fixed

Seven Ways to Make Your Plumbing Last

Whether your house is new, newly piped, or old but in good condition, keeping your plumbing healthy and functional is essential to efficient management of your home and your finances. However, besides participating in regular maintenance, there may be actions that you are taking that are harming your plumbing without your knowledge. The following list…

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How to Leak-Proof Your Dishwasher

Dishwashers leak occasionally. We know this. However, a frequently-leaking dishwasher that ruins your flooring, burdens you with daily cleanup, and seeps through to lower levels of your home (or the apartment below yours – sorry, neighbor!) need not be a permanent state of affairs. There are three main areas that cause problems in dishwashers: hosing,…

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Seven Steps to Saving Water . . . and the Planet

Shocking as it may sound, the average American household’s leaks can account for over 10,000 gallons of water lost every year. Leaks in homes like yours may waste up to 1 trillion gallons annually on a nationwide scale. With undetected trickles causing this much waste, consider the amount of water lost when we brush our…

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