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What is the difference between hard and soft water?

What is the difference between hard and soft water?

You’ve heard of hard and soft water, but what does that really mean? Is one healthier than the other? In this brief guide we cover the key differences and how to spot them. The ‘hardness’ of your water is largely dependent on the amount of magnesium and calcium in it. The higher the presence of […]

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5 Best Ways To Conserve Water And Go Green

5 Best Ways To Conserve Water And Go Green

More than 40% of the world’s population is already affected by water scarcity. It seems baffling for a planet that is over three-fourths covered by water, but the irony is that less than 2.5 percent is portable and of that only 1 percent is groundwater These are the top 5 ways to conserve water and […]

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What to do if you have a water leak?

What to do if you have a water leak?

We all know just how damaging a water leak can be if left unchecked. Even in situations that don’t result in direct damage, such as a leaky faucet, they can end up costing you big come time to pay the water bill. In this guide, we’ll take you through what to do if you notice […]

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How to Avoid Hair From Clogging Your Drain

How to Avoid Hair From Clogging Your Drain

We all shed hair (some of us more than others). Due to the stringy nature of hair, it takes surprisingly little to cause a clog in your drain and/or pipes. Hair is notorious for knotting up and collecting and trapping debris, making it among the top reasons we get called out for clogged drains. In […]

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Top 5 Reasons Why Your Home Has Low Water Pressure

Top 5 Reasons Why Your Home Has Low Water Pressure

Few things are as frustrating as low water pressure when trying to tackle daily chores. From doing the laundry, to showering and washing dishes, every task turns into a drawn-out process with lackluster results. In this post, we explore a few of the top reasons why your home has low water pressure. Too high of […]

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Best Ideas for Your Bathroom Remodel

Best Ideas for Your Bathroom Remodel

The bathroom is one of the most used rooms in a home, from cleaning up to preparing for the day ahead. In this brief post, we discuss a few of the best ideas for a bathroom remodel. Update Hardware – This affordable and cost-effective upgrade can bring out the best in the room without breaking […]

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How to tell if your homes drinking water is safe?

How to tell if your homes drinking water is safe?

The only surefire way to know is to have your water tested. But in the meantime, here are some signs you need to call a professional. 1. Do your Hands Feel Slimy or Like They Have a Film After Washing Them? Hard water isn’t always a sign of contamination, but may indicate high levels of […]

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What to do if your water bill is higher than normal

What to do if your water bill is higher than normal?

A higher than usual water bill is an unpleasant surprise for any home or business owner. In this guide, we’ll take you through a few tips on what you can do if your bill is higher than usual. 1. Determine if There is an Outside Leak: Not all leaks are readily apparent, and there could […]

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Top Signs you Need to Replace your Cast Iron Plumbing

Top Signs you Need to Replace your Cast Iron Plumbing

Once the gold standard in plumbing, homes built prior to the 1990’s used cast iron that is now considered outdated due to it’s susceptibility to damage over time. Here are the top signs it might be time to replace those old cast iron pipes… 1. Leaks – a ticking time bomb: This one might seem […]

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What to Do If You Have a Leaking Faucet

What to Do If You Have a Leaking Faucet

A leaky faucet isn’t just a nuisance, it can cost you a lot of money if not fixed. Even a small drip can result in hundreds of gallons a month of wasted water. Water that you’ll end up paying for. What can you do if your faucet is leaking? That depends on the cause and […]

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