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Category: Home Maintenance

Water Hardness Testing Guide

Mar 13 2017

Hard water is the most common water treatment issue in homes. It exists when high levels of minerals such as calcium and magnesium from the ground are absorbed into water before it reaches your home. Since hard water comes from minerals in the ground, the hardness of water varies from city to city. Also, municipal water…

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Is It Time for a New Water Heater? Tips for Replacing Your Old Water Heater

Feb 09 2017

Water heaters are long lasting appliances. The average water heater can reliably last over 10 years. Despite this endurance, water heater, like any appliance, eventually fail. Parting with your water heater can be a tough thing to do since it is an appliance that is easy to forget about until something happens that causes it…

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Winter Preparation Checklist

Nov 15 2016

Winter is just around the corner, which means it’s time to take preventative measures before you’re left out in the cold! We know the importance of keeping your family home comfortable during the cold winter months, which is why we created a preparation checklist for you. Be sure to go through the checklist starting with…

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Avoid the Cold, Update Your Water Heater Before Winter

Nov 10 2016

Winter is coming, and it’s time to take a look at how your water heater is functioning. Here’s what to look at when updating a water heater.

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Top DIY Plumbing Repairs

Jul 02 2016

View image | gettyimages.com While DIY repairs on any household system can be a gamble if you are inexperienced, fixing a problem yourself brings a special degree of satisfaction and many basic plumbing fixes can be easily learned. A lot of home plumbing maintenance is routine and fairly uncomplicated. With some education, the proper tools,…

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Signs You Should Get Your Water Tested

Do you have a private well or use the public water system in your home? No matter the answer, there are some characteristics you should look out for in the water you use every day for drinking, cooking, cleaning and bathing. If you notice any strange signs in your water, you should get a home…

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4 Factors to Consider When Purchasing a New Water Heater

Oct 12 2015

Water heaters are an investment and you want to make the right choice when buying a new one. Heating your water is the second largest expense in a home, it accounts for 14-18% of the utility bill each month. This averages out to each household spending between $400-$600 dollars per year to heat their water….

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Fall Energy Saving Tips

The holidays present a season high in energy use. From running holiday lights October through January to keeping your home warm, energy can be a big expenditure this season. Taking these steps will make your home more energy efficient, safe and comfortable during the holidays. By conserving energy this season you can reduce your utility…

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Keep Your Water Hot & Your Bills Low

Aug 26 2015

Are you tired of waiting for water to heat up? Are you tired of running out of hot water in the middle of your shower because someone is doing laundry? Are you tired of ridiculously high energy bills each month? Now is the time to make a change that will make your family and your…

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A Handy Guide to New Water Heater Regulations

Mar 24 2015

With new United States water heater regulations taking place on April 16th, 2015, learn about these regulations and how your home will be affected.

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