Exposing Two Sewer Cleaning Myths

Posted on: 13 April 2016

The sewer line is a critical part of your home's plumbing system. Unfortunately, there are many people that may make the mistake of not being particularly informed about this part of the home, which can prove to be a costly and inconvenient error. In particular, it is fairly common for individuals to be under the impression that the following couple of misconceptions about sewer lines are true. Myth: Sewer Cleaning Is Only Needed When You Have A Clogged Line
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Sump Pump Installation Tips

Posted on: 13 April 2016

It is no secret that a lot of rain can cause issues if you are living in a home that has a basement. The water comes in and can cause a lot of problems, including the damage it can do to your health. Here are a few guidelines to help install a sump pump in the basement to remedy the problems caused by flooding conditions. Preparation and Setup Locate the area of the basement where the most moisture accumulations during the rainy weather.
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How To Keep Your Old Toilet Maintained

Posted on: 12 April 2016

If you have an old toilet, you need to learn how to keep it maintained. This way it will continue working for you. Below are some common problems you may come across, as well as how you can keep your toilet nice and shiny for you and for any visitors that you may have. Preventing Toilet Leaks You can prevent toilet leaks by keeping the hardware in good condition. If your toilet is already leaking, the water will come from either the water pipe or the base of the toilet bowl.
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Make These Four Changes To Conserve Water And Cash

Posted on: 12 April 2016

If you find your water bill creeping higher and higher each month, don't fret. Instead, consider swapping your old fixtures for fresh pieces that help preserve water and your paycheck. With a few updates, you can make your home a "green" place that keeps more green in your wallet. 1. High Efficiency Faucet After living in your home for so long, you've gotten used to the constant "drip, drip, drip." Keep your money from going down the drain by replacing your old faucet with a new water-efficient piece.
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