A New Year’s Resolution for Better Home Efficiency

Monday, December 26th, 2016

Many people make the same resolutions year after year, often resolving to make healthier choices for their bodies, for their families, and for their wallets. Saving money is a common resolution, so this year, consider some financial decisions that will help you to save money throughout the years.

Make some changes in your home for better home efficiency and lower your monthly bills for a long time to come. Learn more in today’s guide.

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Water Safety: Is Your Water Safe to Drink?

Monday, December 19th, 2016

You’d like to think that the water from your tap is as safe as can be. However, there could be contaminants hidden within your water supply that could make you and your family members sick. Is your water safe to drink? To bathe in? To brush your teeth with?

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Proper Garbage Disposal Use for the Holiday Season

Monday, December 12th, 2016

We are happy to fix your plumbing system at any time of year. Still, during the holiday season, no one wants to call a plumber for a major sewer and drainage issue. Unfortunately, this is our busiest time of year, when plumbing systems see added usage and develop clogs a lot faster.

One way to prevent a holiday plumbing disruption is to make sure you know how to use the garbage disposal properly (and everyone else using your kitchen does too).

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Reminder: Make Sure Your Outdoor Plumbing Is Winterized Properly

Monday, December 5th, 2016

The holidays are coming up, which means it’s time to go outside and hang up those light decorations and prepare your home for holiday guests. In the midst of all of this, many people forget just how important it is to maintain the plumbing components of their home before it gets too cold.

We’ve written about this in weeks past, but as winter comes up, we just want to make sure that you don’t have to deal with a burst pipe or another major issue that could cause a major headache and cost you a bundle. Here’s what you should remember when it comes to winterizing the outdoor plumbing components.

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