What is the Best Way to Conserve Water During a Shower?

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What is the Best Way to Conserve Water During a Shower?

Did you know that the type of shower head installed in your bathtub or shower can impact water usage?  Ever wonder what are the best types of shower fixtures to help reduce water waste? Picking the right product can be difficult, especially when trying to decide between water pressure comfort and water conservation. Don’t worry, we’ll explain the different types … Read More

What Is In My Tap Water?

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What Is In My Tap Water?

You should know what’s in the water you consume every day. Since the year 2000, there hasn’t been a SINGLE contaminant added to the list of regulated chemicals under the Safe Drinking Water Act. To make matters worse, the standards used to determine whether or not a chemical harmfully effects a water source haven’t been updated since 1974! And in … Read More

Tips for Cleaning Your Sink Disposal

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Tips for Cleaning Your Sink Disposal

Even if your sink looks clean, it doesn’t always mean it is.  Using your sink throughout the day isn’t enough to keep your drain clear of debris and bacteria.  If you’re not regularly cleaning your sink disposal, you may experience blocked drains or bad odors.  Here are some simple tips for cleaning your sink disposal that you can try today … Read More

How To Unclog A Toilet

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How To Unclog A Toilet

Just the title of this article probably makes you cringe, right? Dealing with clogged toilets is an unpleasant mess for a homeowner to deal with, but you’re bound to run into it eventually. You’ll want to be prepared for this type of emergency and know what to do (or not do) to keep the toilet from overflowing. Jerry Seinfeld once … Read More

5 Most Common Plumbing Leaks in Your Home

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5 Most Common Plumbing Leaks in Your Home

We all know leaky pipes can run up water costs and damage your home. But how common are they? And what are the biggest trouble spots you need to keep an eye on? It turns out, some leaks are more common than others—and all of them can be stopped before they cause major damage if you catch them early enough. … Read More

How to Prevent Kitchen Sink Leaks

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How to Prevent Kitchen Sink Leaks

Whether coming from the faucet fixture above your sink, or the drainage pipes below, a leak is bad news. Major leaks can cause a big mess that damages your belongings and takes hours to clean, while small leaks can almost be worse because they are difficult to notice and can carry on for weeks before their cumulative effect becomes impossible … Read More

4 Ways You Can Unclog a Toilet Without Calling a Plumber

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4 Ways You Can Unclog a Toilet Without Calling a Plumber

Toilets seem to get clogged at the most annoying times, and it can be tempting to call a plumber, just so that you don’t have to deal with the hassle of unclogging it. However, unclogging your toilet is usually not that difficult- there are many tools and techniques that can be used to unclog your toilet efficiently. Usually, you don’t … Read More

Plumbing Tips to Keep Plumbing Running Smoothly for Spring

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Plumbing Tips to Keep Plumbing Running Smoothly for Spring

Spring is a great time to refresh your home and make sure that it not only looks nice, but that your appliances, your air conditioning, and your plumbing is working the way that it is supposed to. Take a look at some of these simple plumbing tips that will not only keep your plumbing running smoothly, but will prevent any … Read More

The long term costs of minor plumbing leaks

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Conserving water in the desert is a no-brainer. In the desert, water really is life. Most homeowners would agree that doing their part to conserve water is good for the community as well as a money-saver. Lessening water consumption can save you hundreds of dollars each year on your utility bills. But what if you’re truly trying to conserve water, … Read More

What is that smell? Signs of a hidden toilet leak

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Not to be too gross, but a leaky toilet can be smelly. Or it may not smell at all. But the thought of toilet water leaking into your ceiling or the floor of your home will probably make you shudder like you’re watching a scary movie. Here’s the really bad news: the Regional Water Providers Consortium says water leaks in … Read More