What is the Number One Reason People Call a Plumber?

What is the number one reason people call a plumber? If you guessed a clogged drain, congratulations, you are correct! Whether it is in your bathroom, kitchen or drain pipes, a clogged drain can ruin anyone’s day. Check out these items that you should never put down your drain! Common Drain Cloggers that Require a Plumber You

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Take a Deep Breath and Follow These Tips for Better Indoor Air Quality

The indoor air quality in your home has a major effect on the health of your family. Indoor air pollutants that come from sources that distribute debris, particles or gases into your home are one of the main causes of poor indoor air quality. Additionally, insufficient or inadequate ventilation can also increase the levels of pollutants

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Annual Maintenance, Equipment Checks and Your Wallet

Maintenance is an important part of home ownership and you don’t want to leave your heating and cooling systems off your yearly maintenance checklist. By performing yearly maintenance and regularly checking your equipment, you can greatly extend the life of your units. Plus, you can fix any small problems before they grow into large, expensive problems.

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Show Your Plumbing System Some Much Needed Love This Valentine’s Day

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about Valentine’s Day? Your plumbing system probably wasn’t the answer that you came up with for that question. However, if Valentine’s Day is the holiday for love, why not show a little to your plumbing? After all, if you take care of your plumbing

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Reduce your Home’s Water Consumption with Low-Flow Faucet Aerators

Water consumption is a growing concern in homes across the country. By reducing the amount of water you use at home, you can help protect the environment and lower your utility bills. Although there are major upgrades you can make to your plumbing system to reduce your home’s water consumption, there are also many small

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