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  • What to do when there's no hot water

    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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  • tankless vs. tank water heater what's the difference

    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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  • how invasive tree roots wreak havoc on your sewer line

    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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  • Signs you need gas line repair

    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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