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  • Common Mistakes Both Amateur and Professional Plumbers Make

    6 Common Mistakes Both Amateur and Professional Plumbers Make

    In a year, 12 percent of your household water use is wasted on leaks. For those living in counties with metered water bills, those ...

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  • Things to Remember When Installing a Public Restroom

    5 Things to Remember When Installing an Office/Public Restroom

    You expect your employees to be productive, and this expectation is reasonable. The human body can produce incredible physical and ...

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  • Easy Guide to Smart Water Heaters

    A Brief and Easy Guide to Smart Water Heaters

    Bathing without hot water can be frustrating. Have you ever found yourself turning the knob but no hot water? Do you even know how ...

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  • Tips for Improving and Maintaining Water Pressure in Your Home

    6 Tips for Improving and Maintaining Water Pressure in Your Home

    The average American family spends a small fortune every year on its water. You would think that over $1,000 per year would ...

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  • Standard Plumbing Maintenance Terms

    What You Need to Know About Standard Plumbing Maintenance Terms

    Being familiar with standard plumbing terms and what they mean can help you when it is time to do plumbing maintenance. It is also ...

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  • What to Do About Those Old Pipes in Your House

    What to Do About Those Old Pipes in Your House

    Older homes charm the socks off of many homebuyers. The architecture both inside and out brings back memories of the good old ...

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  • What to Do About Leaky Toilet

    What to Do About That Leaky Toilet

    Is the floor around your toilet spongy or warped? Perhaps there's a small puddle of water at the base of your toilet. Either way, ...

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  • Ways to Conserve Water at Home

    6 Ways to Conserve Water at Home (And Save Money!)

    It's that time of the month again. The water bill is here and you are tired of seeing the amount never decrease, despite your best ...

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  • How to Prevent Basement Flooding in the Summer

    How to Prevent Basement Flooding in the Summer

    Did you know that flooding is the number one disaster in the US? And, that floods cause over $40 billion in damage worldwide each ...

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  • Lowering Your Water Bills Cost

    Spending More Time at Home? 5 Key Maintenance Tips to Lowering Your Water Bills Cost

    On average, each US consumer uses between 80 and 100 gallons of water each day. Flushing toilets account for the largest portion ...

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  • Essential Water Softener Maintenance Tips That You Should Know

    Top Tips for Maintaining Your Water Softening System

    It seems that you are interested in water softener maintenance - well, that's a first. Most people don't even know what a water ...

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  • 5 Reasons Why Your Toilet Frequently Clogs and How to Prevent Them

    5 Reasons Why Your Toilet Keeps Getting Clogged and Tips to Prevent Future Clogs

    Is your toilet not flushing? Does the bowl seem to empty or fill slowly? When a toilet frequently clogs, it can drive you insane. ...

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  • 5 Simple Ways to Save Money on Your Water Bills

    5 Tips for Lowering Your Water Bill

    On a daily basis, the typical American family consumes about 300 gallons of water . Depending on location, over a year, this may ...

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  • 5 Ways to Find a Leak in Your Home

    5 Ways to Find Hidden Leaks in Your Home

    It would be nice if everything in your home worked properly and there were never any mishaps. Unfortunately, that's not reality. ...

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  • Signs That Are Telling You to Hire a Plumber

    The Most Indicative Signs That Are Telling You to Hire a Plumber

    Of course, you want to do all of your home repairs yourself. Who doesn't? There are so many benefits to doing things on your own, ...

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  • Common Springtime Plumbing System Failures

    5 Common Springtime Plumbing Repairs in Austin, TX

    Austin might stay warm most of the winter, but the seasonal changes can put a strain on your plumbing system. Between changing ...

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  • ask a plumber these questions before hiring

    Ask a Plumber These Questions Before Hiring Them to Work in Your Home

    Between 2018 and 2028, 68,200 new plumbers are likely to pop up in the industry. That's a 14% increase! While there are many ...

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  • how to install a toilet without making a mess

    How to Install a Toilet (Without Making a Big Ol' Stinking Mess)

    Installing a toilet is one of those things that most people can do for themselves, but hire a professional instead. Knowing how to ...

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  • hiring a plumber for pipe repair service

    What to Expect When Hiring an Austin Plumber for Pipe Repair Service

    As a responsible homeowner in the area of Austin, Texas, you take pride in caring for your home. You recognize that doing so will ...

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  • complete water heater maintenance checklist and guide

    The Complete Water Heater Maintenance Checklist and Guide

    As beautiful as the City of the Violet Crown is, it's the most expensive city in the Lone Star State. Case in point: Installing a ...

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  • how to hire the right commercial plumbing contractors

    How to Hire the Right Commercial Plumbing Contractors in Austin, TX

    Do you have a leaky or broken pipe or clogged drain on your hands? Perhaps you're dealing with a big project where you need all ...

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  • signs you cannot delay professional drain repair

    Too Clogged to Function: 9 Signs You Can't Delay Professional Drain Repair In Austin, TX

    Did you know that insurance companies pay around $10 billion each year to repair damages produced by water leaks? Such plumbing ...

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  • White dishes on the top shelf of an opening dishwasher

    Down the Drain: 10 Reasons Why Your Dishwasher Isn't Draining

    When your dishwasher isn't draining, it can add one more layer of stress to your life. Who wants to worry about dishes piling up ...

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  • Sewer line outside

    Is Your Main Sewer Line Blocked?

    When a pipe clogs in your home, it’s never at a convenient time. Often, these clogs can be fixed without contacting an emergency ...

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  • understanding the benefits of a drain pipe inspection

    Understanding the Benefits of a Drain Pipe Camera Inspection

    Is your kitchen the heart of your home? It’s the place where you bake cookies, share meals, and have great conversations. Heart of ...

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  • Water heater not working common issues

    Hot Water Heater Not Working? Common Issues That Require Professional Help

    Did you know that every year, 8% of US households swap their old water heaters with a brand new one? In actual numbers, that's ...

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  • Tips for winterizing pipes and plumbing in your home

    Tips for Winterizing Pipes and Plumbing in Your Home

    Winters in Austin are mild compared to our neighbors to the north. Austin only averages temperatures below freezing about 25 days ...

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  • Benefits of drain cleaning your home

    5 Benefits of Drain Cleaning for Your Home, Health, and Safety

    Are you tired of standing in old shower water, waiting for it to drain? Do your sinks seem to clog every time you use them? You ...

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  • Running silver faucet

    What Causes a Leaking Faucet?

    Leaky faucets around the country waste almost 1 trillion gallons of water each year. For a single household, a single leaky faucet ...

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  • DIY plumbing basics every homeowner should learn

    5 DIY Plumbing Basics Every Homeowner Should Learn

    Being a homeowner is a major responsibility. After all, owning a home is more than simply paying your mortgage and chilling beside ...

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  • Confused woman covered in soap in a waterless shower

    What to Do When There's No Hot Water

    A cup of coffee can wake you up, but so can an ice-cold shower. If you didn't intend on being jolted awake, then you need to ...

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  • Base of a water heater

    Tankless vs. Tank Water Heater: What's the Difference?

    When you turn on your sink to wash dishes or take a shower, you probably don’t think too much about the water. All that matters is ...

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  • How to prevent clogged drains

    Plumbing Problems Solved: How to Prevent Clogged Drains

    You never realize how much you rely on your home's plumbing until it all stops working. From residential pipes to city sewers , ...

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  • Two Wrenches attached to pipe

    7 Common DIY Plumbing Mistakes You Need to Avoid

    Did you know that a faucet with a leak rate of one drip per second wastes over 2,000 gallons of water each year? But how much ...

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  • Silver sewer lines outside

    How Invasive Tree Roots Wreak Havoc on Your Sewer Line

    Every year, 3 to 10 billion gallons of sewage waste is released from our sewage-treatment plants. Gastrointestinal distress ...

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  • two feet and a shower head in a bathtub

    When To Replace Your Water Heater

    8.2 minutes. That is the average length of a shower in the United States. After toilets and washers, showers use the most water in ...

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  • Man bent over next to white toilet and toll box

    10 Common Plumbing Problems and When to Call a Professional

    Unfortunately for plumbers, no one really wants to have to call them out to their home. If you've had to call a plumber, your day ...

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  • Professional Drain Cleaning Services

    Why You Should Use Professional Drain Cleaning

    Plumbing supply system failures cost an average of $5,092 each time there is an incident. These are often due to leaks or burst ...

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  • Yellow gas lines against a grey wall

    6 Warning Signs Your Gas Line Needs Repair

    Does it smell like rotten eggs inside your home right now? Your first instinct might be to grab a bottle of air freshener and go ...

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