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The Evolution of Bathtubs

There are few things more relaxing than soaking in a bathtub, but we’re not the first ones to think so. Evidence of bathing in history stretches back many thousands of years. In 3000 BC, the Indus Valley civilization had an early plumbing system for bathing. Following...

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Learning to Use a Plumber’s Snake

When you’re experiencing clogged drains, it’s common for people to tell you that you need to snake the drain. This may conjure up visions of venturing into the desert to find a snake to slither down into your pipes and eat whatever's in there. It means you need to use...

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Fitting Your Refrigerator With New Plumbing

Most new refrigerators come with an option for water hookups for ice and filtered water. However, because this is a new feature, most older homes aren’t equipped with a line to supply the refrigerator with the needed water. This generally means that you will need to...

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Go Green When Cleaning Your Garbage Disposal

If you smell something rank in your kitchen, the first place you’ll want to check is the garbage disposal. Foul odors are generally caused by an accumulation of grime from the refuse you’re sending down into the disposal. Your first instinct may be to grab a heavy...

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Common Utah Plumbing Problems

When it comes to plumbing problems in Utah, human error is often the main culprit. Inexperience in plumbing work or repair jobs, or a lack of proper maintenance in older homes, can lead to major plumbing issues. Sadly, plumbing problems that are left unattended can...

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What is the EPA WaterSense Program?

Since 70 percent of the earth’s surface is covered by water, one might assume that humans have nothing to worry about when it comes to water consumption. However, most of that water is not fit for people’s intake; in fact, we can only drink one percent of that water....

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Disposable Wipes May Cause Drain Pipe Clogs

Disposable wipes have been available since the 1970s and have been wreaking havoc on plumbers since that time. Initially the product was too expensive for many families to own, but today disposable wipes are inexpensive and sold in so many varieties that they are...

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The History and Evolution of Toilets

In developed countries around the world, it would be rare to find a home without a toilet. As toilets have become more prevalent, strides have also been made when it comes to cleanliness and public safety when dealing with human waste. From holes in the ground, to...

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Reducing Water Consumption for Your Buildings

When water use in your building is uncontrolled, it can reflect on your water bill. Homeowners and building owners must take steps to reduce water consumption, not only to lower the water bill but also in support of efforts to conserve this diminishing resource. You...

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