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Renovating a Children's Bathroom? What To Consider When Making Improvements

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Are you in the process of renovating the bathroom primarily used by kids? If so, you need to think about things differently than if it was used by yourself. Here are some tips that will help you make the right choices.  Sink With Separate Water Handles You may have a personal preference for a sink that uses a single handle to control the flow of water. However, it may be better to use a sink that has separate faucets for cold and hot water.…

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Use Winter Downtime To Stop The Summer Basement Floods In Your Home

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During the winter, you get a bit of a break from all of the summer’s heavy rains that saturate your basement repeatedly. Instead of wasting the winter away just waiting for the first sign of spring, it’s time to start planning to prevent the water from making its way into your basement this summer. Here, you’ll find a few things that you can do now to prepare for the wettest summer that may lie ahead.…

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Steps For Dealing With Plumbing Pipe Repairs

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A leaky water pipe is a major problem. Even if the pipe just has a pinhole leak, extensive water damage can occur over time. When a pipe bursts, water could flood your home. Water leaks need immediate repairs, and you may need to call an emergency plumber if you can’t stop the leak. Here are some things a plumber might do to help. Find A Hidden Leak  If you know you have a leak, but you can’t find it, a plumber can use tools like an ultrasound device that listens for the sound of rushing water.…

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Your Landscaping Problems Could Be Due To A Damaged Sewer Line

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Maintaining a healthy lawn and beautiful landscape can make your entire home look nice. But if your grass appears lush and bright in some places and sunken and dead in other areas, you could have something wrong with your sewer line. A broken sewer line can affect your landscape in ways you may never expect. Here’s how a broken sewer line affects your landscape. How Does a Broken Sewer Line Change Landscape?…

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Have A Well? Why You Need A Quality Water Well Contractor

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If you have a well on your property, it’s very important that you also hire a competent professional to care for it. Although you may have some knowledge of how to operate a well, there’s just nothing like the expertise that you can gain by working with an individual who has made it their life’s vocation to repair and install wells on people’s properties. Keep reading to see why it’s so vital that you hire a quality water well contractor to help keep your well in peak condition.…

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3 Simple Ways To Prevent Hair Clogging Your Bathtub Drain

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There is almost a guarantee to one thing in life. If you have a clogged drain in your shower or tub and call on a plumber for professional drain cleaning, most of what they pull out of the receptacle will be hair, lots and lots of hair. It really is one of life’s little conundrums; hair always ends up in the drain after you shower, but is there anything you can do to squash the problem?…

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Have A Sewer At Your Home? 2 Tips To Keep It In Great Condition

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If your home has a sewer, it is important that you care for it properly. This will ensure the sewer system lasts you a long time, which will save you money in high repair bills. To help you, below are two tips you can follow to keep your sewer system in great condition. Watch What Goes Down One of the best ways to keep your sewer lines in great condition is to be careful of what goes down your drains.…

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Tips To Help You Handle Plumbing Issues In Your Just-Purchased Home

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Buying your own home brings you pride of ownership and allows you and your family to establish roots in a community. But when you buy and move into a home, you also have a responsibility as the homeowner to maintain and repair any problems in and around the home in order to keep your home in good condition; you no longer have a landlord to call. Here are some tips to help you deal with plumbing problems in your newly moved into home.…

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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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