Learning To Love Plumbing

How To Avoid Water Waste

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One issue many homeowners face is high water bills. Over time, inefficient plumbing, old fixtures, and bad habits lead to the overuse of water. If you use more water than your household really needs, not only will you have higher water bills, but it also has an impact on the environment. The following are some ways in which you may be using more water than necessary. Your Toilet Is Not Efficient…

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Hard Water Effects On Your Water Heater

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Hard water can destroy a water heater, greatly reducing the appliance’s useful service life. Knowing the effects and how to deal with them is important for every homeowner. Signs of Hard Water Failure Your water will begin to show symptoms of mineral buildup long before it fails completely. Early signs are usually audible. You may notice an increase in popping and banging when the tank is refilling and reheating. This is caused by mineral scale cracking and breaking off the interior walls of the tank.…

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What You Should Know About Sewer Line Cleaning

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Your sewer line is a necessary part of your plumbing system since it takes your home’s wastewater and carries it to the main sewer system. It’s probably something that you don’t think about often until it ends up with a clog. If your sewer line is blocked, you’ll require professional sewer cleaning as soon as possible. This is not a plumbing issue that you can tackle on your own. Here are three things that you should know about sewer cleaning.…

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