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An Easy DIY Plumbing Fix: Cleaning Your P-trap

Cleaning your P-trap is an easy DIY plumbing fix that you can almost always perform on your own, without ever needing to contact a plumbing expert. The P-trap is that curved pipe under the sink that may look more like a U-shape.  Why would you want to take it apart?  Possibly to retrieve something valuable […]

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Top 6 Summer Energy Saving Tips from Green’s Plumbing

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, air conditioners use about 6% of all the electricity produced in the United States, at an annual cost of about $29 billion. During the summer months, many homeowners keep their air conditioners running at full blast without considering other energy-saving alternatives.  Green’s Plumbing offers tips for homeowners to […]

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When to Replace Your Toilet? Here are Some Tips…

If a toilet is giving you a lot of trouble it is easy to conclude that it needs to be replaced. While installing a new toilet can definitely be the best option for a troublesome fixture it is not necessarily the only solution. When a few repairs will be enough to solve the problem there […]

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4 Signs Your Water Heater is About to Fail

Like most major appliances in your home, water heaters break down after a period of time and can fail. Ideally it would be best to replace your water heater before it completely stops working or starts causing water damage to your home from large leaks. However, most people have no idea that their water heater […]

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Protect Your Home While Away on Summer Vacation

Protect Your Home While Away on Summer Vacation with these 5 Tips It’s the time of year that families begin their summer vacations. Every detail of the trip is scheduled, but homeowners may forget to plan the most important thing – preparing their home to be unoccupied.  Green’s Plumbing wants to help homeowners prepare so […]

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Everyday Causes of Smelly Water and Stinky Drains

Are you dealing with smelly water and stinky drains?  Healthy, clean drains and pipes help create a safe and comfortable home. However, there are instances that create the perfect conditions for that “rotten egg” smell to drift throughout a home. Sometimes it’s hard to know which drain is the stinker, so here’s a simple trick: […]

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How to Detect Leaks Using Your Water Meter

Did you know that you can use your water meter to check for leaks? Follow these 6 easy tips to see if you have a water leak in your home.  Where to find the water meter: Most water meters are in the sidewalk or driveway next to the sidewalk.  Make sure the water meter area is […]

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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 […]

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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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