Simple Ways To Prevent Plumbing Problems

Posted on: 11 April 2016

It's ideal for every homeowner to have a trusted plumber who can be called around the block to deal with any type of plumbing situation -- emergency or otherwise. While involving this expert can take the burden off your shoulders, it's important to ensure that you're doing everything you can to avoid contributing to plumbing problems. Your home's plumbing system can require help from a plumber for a variety of reasons beyond your control -- but having to schedule this visit is tougher to swallow when you know you've directly caused the issue.
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How To Install A Tankless Water Heater

Posted on: 20 September 2014

A tankless water heater heats the water as it runs through this device, rather than heating the water while it's stored in a tank. The primary advantages of a tankless water heater are that it's smaller and requires less energy to operate than a water heater with a tank. The following steps for installing a tankless water heater require experience with soldering copper pipes and wiring electrical devices. Step 1. Cut the copper pipe.
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Four Water Saving Tips For Landlords

Posted on: 12 September 2014

As a landlord, you have a lot of bills and responsibilities, but with the right strategies, you can minimize your bills and increase your profits. If you pay for the water to each of your rental properties, you should check out these strategies for lowering your water bill. These four ideas will help to put cash back in your pocket: 1. Address Leaks Immediately Make sure that your tenants know how much water leaks waste, and get them to call you as soon as they see a leak.
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