History of Indoor Plumbing Information You Should Know

For people living in 21st century America, it’s not all that surprising that residents in a home would forget about their indoor plumbing, and what a miracle of engineering it is. One of the goals of indoor plumbing is being practically invisible in everyday life. When you need water, just turn the faucet on the… Read more »

Dependable Water Leak Detection Information

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Do you think that you might have a water leak? Don’t put off dealing with it because the damage that your home can experience from a water leak is substantial. It doesn’t take long or a whole lot of water to destroy your home’s structure and your personal treasures. Time is of the essence if… Read more »

Trustworthy Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling Guide

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Remodeling your kitchen or bathroom will not only make you feel great about your house, it adds a lot of value to it. In fact, according to the National Association of Realtors, kitchen and bathroom remodels are among the top three projects that get you the most bang for your buck in terms of resale… Read more »

Smelly Drains and Water are Usually Caused by These Factors

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Are you wondering, “Why is that awful smell coming from my drains and from my water?” No question, smelly drains can be disruptive to your household. Don’t fret. As bothersome as those smells are, they are relatively easy to fix. That’s because there are usually only a few factors that could be behind them. If… Read more »

Practical Ways to Go Green

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You may have noticed on your calendar that Earth Day is coming up again this April 22, and we thought you might have some questions about what it is and how you can take part. Earth Day is an international day of observance that’s been held since 1970 to save and protect the planet. Here… Read more »

Take a Moment to Acknowledge World Water Day on March 22

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Across North America, we enjoy access to clean drinking water in almost every building. It’s a fundamental right established through government regulations. But millions around the world don’t enjoy this same level of access to clean water. In fact, over in 1 in 10 have no clean water within walking distance of their home. And… Read more »

Common Home Plumbing Myths

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Plumbing myths abound in the world of homeownership, and there are plenty of stories out there that can be chalked up to flat out lies, small untruths, or true stories that have been blown out of proportion. On the other end of the spectrum are stories that people believe to be false because they sound… Read more »