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Do I Need a New Septic System?

Your septic system is one of those necessities you rely on, but don’t really think about. Sure, you know to have the tank pumped every 3-5 years, you’re careful not to dump grease down your drain, and you use ‘septic safe’ toilet paper. What you may not realize,...

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Plumbing

The Important Pumps in Your Home

There are a number of different water systems in your home, each requiring a specific type of pump. You have clean water systems that deliver water for cooking, washing, bathing, and laundry. Wastewater systems remove sewage and other human waste. If you have a...

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Plumbing

Home Water Filtration Systems

We all need clean drinking water free from chemicals, bacteria, pesticides, and other contaminants that can be detrimental to our health. Water filters remove these harmful contaminants, as well as odors, discoloration, sediment, and even bad taste. Water filters...

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Plumbing

Are Bidets Just a Fad?

"On the contrary, bidets are here to stay. According to a recent report from BRG Building Solutions, bidets are currently a $106 million industry, poised to grow 15% annually through 2021. What exactly is a bidet? Most Americans are unfamiliar with bidets and how...

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Plumbing

What to Look for in a Walk-In Tub

As we get older, it can become difficult, if not impossible, to safely step over the 17-19” rim of a standard bathtub without assistance. While help may sometimes be necessary, most seniors prefer to maintain their dignity and privacy while bathing. Walk-in tubs...

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Plumbing

Water Quality after a Wildfire

Forests are our most important source of high-quality water. In the southwestern United States, approximately half of the drinking water is supplied by forests, while fully 80 percent of freshwater in the rest of the country originates on forested land. More than...

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Plumbing

Choosing Your Farmhouse Sink

Before the innovation of indoor plumbing, people were forced to haul buckets of water from a well or cistern for their daily use. Traditionally, the farmhouse sink was used to hold large amounts of water and save multiple trips with the bucket. The sink was used...

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Plumbing

Why You Should Hire a Professional Drain Cleaner

We’ve all been there. A slow draining sink that clogs more and more frequently. A toilet that backs up regularly. Maybe even a shower or bathtub drain that regurgitates water. You’ve tried plungers, a drain snake you borrowed from your father-in-law, and gallons of...

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Plumbing

How to Prevent Water in Your Basement.

Water in your basement can cause a host of problems, from ruined carpet, wood and drywall to a soggy home office or spare bedroom. Depending on how you use your basement and what you have stored there, you can be looking at considerable expense to replace items and...

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Plumbing

What’s Causing Rust Stains in my Tub and Sink?

Everyone appreciates a sparkling clean sink and bathtub. Not only is a pristine bathroom pleasing to the eye, it also conveys the sense of a safe and sanitary environment. However, no matter how diligently and thoroughly you’ve cleaned, stubborn rust stains can...

Read More
Plumbing

Do I Need a New Septic System?

Your septic system is one of those necessities you rely on, but don’t really think about. Sure, you know to have the tank pumped every 3-5 years, you’re careful not to dump grease down your drain, and you use ‘septic safe’ toilet paper. What you may not realize,...

Read More
Plumbing

The Important Pumps in Your Home

There are a number of different water systems in your home, each requiring a specific type of pump. You have clean water systems that deliver water for cooking, washing, bathing, and laundry. Wastewater systems remove sewage and other human waste. If you have a...

Read More
Plumbing

Home Water Filtration Systems

We all need clean drinking water free from chemicals, bacteria, pesticides, and other contaminants that can be detrimental to our health. Water filters remove these harmful contaminants, as well as odors, discoloration, sediment, and even bad taste. Water filters...

Read More
Plumbing

Are Bidets Just a Fad?

"On the contrary, bidets are here to stay. According to a recent report from BRG Building Solutions, bidets are currently a $106 million industry, poised to grow 15% annually through 2021. What exactly is a bidet? Most Americans are unfamiliar with bidets and how...

Read More
Plumbing

What to Look for in a Walk-In Tub

As we get older, it can become difficult, if not impossible, to safely step over the 17-19” rim of a standard bathtub without assistance. While help may sometimes be necessary, most seniors prefer to maintain their dignity and privacy while bathing. Walk-in tubs...

Read More
Plumbing

Water Quality after a Wildfire

Forests are our most important source of high-quality water. In the southwestern United States, approximately half of the drinking water is supplied by forests, while fully 80 percent of freshwater in the rest of the country originates on forested land. More than...

Read More
Plumbing

Choosing Your Farmhouse Sink

Before the innovation of indoor plumbing, people were forced to haul buckets of water from a well or cistern for their daily use. Traditionally, the farmhouse sink was used to hold large amounts of water and save multiple trips with the bucket. The sink was used...

Read More
Plumbing

Why You Should Hire a Professional Drain Cleaner

We’ve all been there. A slow draining sink that clogs more and more frequently. A toilet that backs up regularly. Maybe even a shower or bathtub drain that regurgitates water. You’ve tried plungers, a drain snake you borrowed from your father-in-law, and gallons of...

Read More
Plumbing

How to Prevent Water in Your Basement.

Water in your basement can cause a host of problems, from ruined carpet, wood and drywall to a soggy home office or spare bedroom. Depending on how you use your basement and what you have stored there, you can be looking at considerable expense to replace items and...

Read More
Plumbing

What’s Causing Rust Stains in my Tub and Sink?

Everyone appreciates a sparkling clean sink and bathtub. Not only is a pristine bathroom pleasing to the eye, it also conveys the sense of a safe and sanitary environment. However, no matter how diligently and thoroughly you’ve cleaned, stubborn rust stains can...

Read More

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