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Plumbing Tips

9 Easy Ways to Conserve Water During the Drought

1) Wash only full loads of laundry. Waiting until your washing machines is full is a simple way to reduce overall water consumption. Whether they are full are not, they use 20 to 40 gallons (depending on the model), consuming as much as 22% of indoor household water. 2) Take shorter showers. Like washing machines, […]

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Money Saving Toilet Repair Tips

Money Saving Toilet Repair Tips: Toilet repair is highly important, especially with the growing number of toilets in the average American household. The United States Census Bureau reports that the numbers of new homes with three or more bathrooms outnumbers new homes built with one bathrooms by a ratio of nearly ten to one. Imagine […]

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The Most Common Plumbing Problems

          The Most Common Plumbing Problems One way to prevent the most common plumbing problems and costly repairs to your home is a regular maintenance schedule. Because many issues with your pipes sneak up on you, a thorough inspection is the key to catching small problems before they grow. We recommend that you go through your […]

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Earthquake Shut-Off Valve Facts

Earthquake Shut-off Valve Facts All Homeowners Need to know Living in California, we are all aware of the presence of earthquakes and the damage they can cause. Should an earthquake occur, you need to know that your home will not become immediately unsafe. Broken gas lines in particular can be a major issue, so it’s […]

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World Toilet Day

Yes, there really is a World Toilet Day, and it’s not exactly a day to celebrate the wonder of the loo. November 19th, is a day set aside to help bring awareness to the global sanitation crisis and take action to reach the 2.4 billion people in the world who are living without a toilet. […]

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About Your Water Heater: Protect Your Investment

Your water heater is one of the most important parts of your household plumbing. Without it, your washing machine and dishwasher would be virtually useless, and imagine having to take an ice-cold shower every day. That means that a breakdown in your water heater is mission critical, especially in the winter. With proper maintenance, you […]

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Preventable Homeowners’ Insurance Claims

Life happens.  Even with the best of intentions, maintenance plans and Homeowners’ insurance coverage, the occasional unavoidable crisis will prevent itself.  But the reality is that the most common claim, residential flooding, is typically the result of an appliance and/or plumbing failure that can usually be detected and repaired well before you find yourself filling […]

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Drain Cleaning Tips

Drain cleaning should be your top priority this fall if you suspect your plumbing system is on the verge of a massive clog. While many homeowners often take the drains in their home for granted, this can prove to be a costly mistake, as they may lose access to essential plumbing fixtures.  Allowing even just […]

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The Journey Your Drinking Water Takes

As you turn on the tap in your home or business, all the water you see started as snowmelt in the High Sierra Mountains in Northern California. Water infrastructure is largely invisible, so most people don’t even think about it. However, smart and efficient water use is critical as Southern California experiences a fifth year […]

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October is “Shower Better” Month

According to the EPA, showering accounts for nearly 17 percent of indoor water use.  You can “shower better” by replacing your old showerhead with new water-efficient, WaterSense-labeled model.  WaterSense-labeled shower heads are available in several styles and price points. By replacing just one showerhead with a WaterSense-labeled model, EPA estimates the average family can save […]

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