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Drowning In Bills? Reduce Costs And Go Green With Water-Efficient Plumbing Fixtures

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Unless you have a well on your property, you are paying for your household’s supply of water. Filling a pool, watering a new lawn, or pressure washing your home can increase your water usage for a short period of time. However, this excess use will be in addition to the normal daily use of water. For many, paying the water bill can make you feel like you are drowning in bills.…

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Three Signs You Need To Replace Your Well Pump

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Your well pump is one of the most important appliances within your household, as it provides the water for a variety of other appliances within your home, including basic water fixtures which are necessary for showering and drinking. As such, any sort of damage or wear that your well pump experiences can represent a massive disruption to the rest of your home. Understanding some of the warning signs associated with a well pump that is in need of replacement can help you figure out when you need to contact a plumber.…

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Problems You Can Solve With Septic Pumping

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Pumping your septic tank regularly is a great maintenance practice for your septic system. In fact, there are even septic problems that you can solve by merely having your septic tank pumped; here are some of those problems: Wastewater in the Yard One of the classic signs of a septic tank that needs pumping is the presence of wastewater in the yard. Apart from the eyesore and bad odor associated with wastewater, having wastewater in the yard is also a health hazard because there may be dangerous germs in the water.…

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