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Plumbing Tips

Water Sub-Meter: Paying Too Much For Your Water?

  Did you know that the Los Angeles City Council authorized a procedure in which their DWP customers may install a private Water Sub-Meter on their property to calculate the actual amount of water that goes into the city sewer system via the drainage and sewer systems in their home?  Customers use data from private water […]

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Toilet Repairs Needed Due to Drop-In Toilet Cleaners

  Given the dirty nature of bathrooms, and toilets in particular, all homeowners want to find fast and easy ways to clean in these spaces. That’s why many choose to use the drop-in toilet cleaners that often come in the form of bleach-chlorine tablets. These tablets may seem like simple solutions, but they are often […]

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Flushing Your Water Heater – Do It Yourself Tips

 Flushing Your Water Heater – Do It Yourself Tips Your water heater may be one of the appliances in your home you take for granted – until it stops working and you wind up in a chilly shower.  Much like changing your car’s oil, your water heater needs to be properly flushed and drained yearly […]

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5 Types of Costly Clogs and How to Avoid Them

5 Types of Costly Clogs and How to Avoid Them Ah, the wonders of indoor plumbing. Every step of getting ready in the morning requires working plumbing and there is nothing worse than finding out any one of your bathroom fixtures are clogged! Nothing throws a wrench in your morning routine like a clogged drain. […]

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Got Gas? Let a Professional Handle It

Got Gas? Let A Professional Handle It… We’re here to talk to you about gas… meaning the thing that fuels some fireplaces, water heaters, grills, stoves and so on. When you think of needing a plumber, you tend to think of things that are all water related like fixing your toilet, leaky faucet, installing a […]

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What To Do If Your Dishwasher Is Not Draining Completely

What To Do If Your Dishwasher Is Not Draining Completely Is your dishwasher not draining completely?  Although your first thought might be to repair or replace the dishwasher, the problem could actually be with the plumbing.  If the water from the dishwasher encounters a blockage on its way to the drain pipe, it will have […]

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How a Flushing Toilet Works…In Case You Were Wondering…

           How a Flushing Toilet Works  The toilet works by a simple mechanism and is based on gravity. Every toilet commode consists of a bowl, the flushing mechanism and, a refill mechanism. The most vital component is the bowl which can do all the functions a toilet needs to perform alone without the need for […]

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Who Invented the Toilet? The centerpiece of today’s modern bathroom

Who Invented the Toilet? The centerpiece of today’s modern bathroom, the flush toilet has equal roots in ancient sanitation practices, Elizabethan politics and Industrial Revolution know-how. Primitive latrines that utilized a constant stream of water to carry away waste date back at least 5,000 years, and early toilet systems were used by several ancient civilizations. […]

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Water Pressure and Ways to Improve Yours

  Water Pressure: Way to Improve Yours Knowing your home’s water pressure is important.  If it becomes too high, then it could actually damage your pipes.  If it’s too low, then you may be getting just a trickle which can be frustrating.  Knowing your water pressure allows to monitor any changes, and potentially save your […]

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Learn the Secrets of Your Water Shutoff Valve

What exactly is a water shutoff valve and why is it so essential? It’s important to know where your water shutoff valve is to avoid water damage to your house. Purpose of a Water Shutoff Valve The water shutoff valve is a device to shut off the water supply to your home, operated by turning […]

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