Problems With Keeping Your Hot Water Temperature Too High

Posted on: 30 June 2019

While you might love taking really hot showers and having access to really hot water all the time, you might not realize that keeping your hot water temperature too high can lead to problems. There are a number of problems this can cause, and you can avoid these by turning the temperature of your water heater down just a little bit. Keeping the temperature to high places more stress on your hot water heater
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Did Your Many Children Clog Up Your Garbage Disposal? Call A Plumbing Contractor

Posted on: 22 May 2019

Raising a lot of children is always a challenge but is rewarding for the right parents. However, your home will experience a lot of wear and tear, including appliances like your garbage disposal. If your children's eating habits clog up or jam your disposal, you need to contact plumbing contractors right away to get help.  Jammed Garbage Disposals Happen Although your garbage disposal is designed to withstand a lot of heavy food over the years, there comes a time when it might end up getting jammed.
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New Bathroom For The New Year: 3 Tips For Your Bathroom Remodeling Project

Posted on: 17 December 2018

When it comes to resolutions for the New Year, most people tend to make resolutions that focus around weight loss, smoking cessation, being a better significant other or friend, and the like. However, you may want to make a New Year's resolution that has to do with your home such as upgrading the bathroom so that it is more efficient. Bathroom remodels can get a bit overwhelming when you have to consider the design, materials, style, and everything in between.
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Basic Well Pump Tips For Homeowners

Posted on: 26 November 2018

When you have a home that relies on a water well, it is imperative to have at least a serviceable understanding about these vital systems. Otherwise, you will experience a situation where your home's water supply could become compromised or disrupted. Increase The Storage Tank For The Water Well Homeowners often operate under the assumption that the water from their well is pumped directly from the ground into the home's plumbing.
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