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Different Types of Toilets

The bathroom toilet has evolved through the years. Ancient people would scarcely recognize the modern-day toilet if they were given the opportunity to see one. It is a far cry from the rudimentary holes in the ground that were used in antiquity. Here are a few of the...

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Do You Know How to Shut Off Your Water Supply?

Many homeowners do not know the location of the main shut-off valve of their water supply. Knowing the location of this valve is imperative in case of a water leak or other water emergencies. You’ll also want to know where the valve is so that you can shut down the...

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Is Your Tap Water OK to Drink?

The news about the toxic levels of lead in the drinking water in Flint, Michigan has raised an alarm across the country. People have become more concerned about the quality of their tap water. Many scientists consider the federal guidelines governing tap water to be...

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Garden With Minimal Water Use

Water-smart gardening enables you to create a beautiful garden that thrives in low-water conditions. If you live in a part of the country that is experiencing a drought, you may think that gardening is out of the question for you, but a few conservation-minded efforts...

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Why do Pipes Freeze?

Cold temperatures can result in frozen pipes, which can, in turn, lead to burst pipes that cause flooding. But while freezing pipes typically occur in cold climates where winter temperatures often fall below zero, the problem is not unique to these areas. In cold...

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Save the Planet, Start with Your Plumbing System

Environmentally-friendly plumbing solutions have plenty of benefits. They help you save on your water consumption, which will lower your bill. They also aid with water conservation and support the environment. Even minor changes to your plumbing system can make it...

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Are You Due for a New Toilet?

Toilets are workhorses, handling frequent flushings—sometimes of items that were never intended for toilets (think Legos, Barbie shoes, and marbles.) Toilets generally last for a long time—sometimes up to 50 years—but even the best-made toilets won’t last forever....

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Do These Plumbing Problems Sound Familiar?

Plumbing problems can develop frequently in homes—especially in older homes. Here are a few of the most common plumbing issues: Dripping faucets – This is the most oft-reported plumbing difficulty. Most of the time, homeowners ignore a dripping faucet without...

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