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3 Ways Hard Water Can Mean Failure for Your Plumbing

Water may move freely and feel silky in your hands, but it can be hard. And, no, we’re not talking about when it freezes to become ice. Water can become hard when it has excessive amounts of minerals like calcium, magnesium, and iron in it. These minerals are good for...

Spring Cleaning Tips: Start with a Home Repipe

When you think of spring cleaning, you probably think of things like scrubbing the baseboards or clearing out the cabinets so you can give them a good wash. You might even start going through the things in the attic or the basement, really determined to clean your...

Water Conservation Hacks that Can Lower Your Monthly Bill

You use water almost as much as you use electricity. If you’re not careful, you can spend a lot of money each money on your water. Taking measures to cut back the water you use can help you save a lot of money over time – as well as to conserve natural resources so...

6 Hacks to Keep Your Pipes Intact

Repairing your plumbing can be quite expensive, but you don’t really have a better choice. You can’t very well go without clean drinking water or regular showers. Once your plumbing breaks down, you have to fix it. You may not be able to avoid making repairs once they...

5 Things that Can Compromise the Integrity of Your Pipes

You need to do all you can to maintain the integrity of your pipes. Healthy pipes will last you longer, so you don’t have to repipe as frequently. With healthy pipes, you will also have fewer repairs, which will save you a lot of money and prevent damage to your home....

Slab Leak Prevention: What Can You Do?

Slab leaks can be some of the worst plumbing problems to deal with. The leaks start under your concrete slab, so you don’t even know that there is a problem until there is extensive damage. Repairing your concrete foundation can cost thousands of dollars and put you...