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Keeping lawns green without using too much H2O

When it comes to your lawn and how much water to give it to stay green without spending too much on water, there are a few things to keep in mind. We have put together a few tips we have learned over the years working directly with landscape companies and sprinkler systems. Understand how much […]

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The Magic Ingredients to a Clean Garbage Disposal

If you’re anything like me, being an adult makes you feel like you need to write your mother a thank you note on a daily basis. There are so many things that I took for granted before I started living on my own. For one thing, laundry accumulates at an alarming rate. And another thing […]

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High Efficiency Washer and Dryers

At first glance, high-efficiency (HE) washers and dryers seem to be the easy choice when you’re looking to upgrade your laundry room. But although these new appliances work for some, they may not be the best choice for everyone. It’s important to understand the good and the bad of both traditional and HE washers and […]

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Home Water Filtration Systems

Water is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, and home water filtration systems are perfect for providing clean delicious drinking water. Clear your tap water of contaminants, particles, and impurities by adding a water filter to your kitchen.  Many people don’t like the taste of tap water and end up spending too much money […]

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Tap Water Vs. Filtered Water

With so many types of water available to us, it can be difficult to choose between them. Tap water and filtered water are two common types of water we use each day, so it’s important to understand which type is best for our daily routines. Where does tap water come from? Tap water is the […]

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What You Should Know About Copper, CPVC, and PVC Pipes

As you may have heard at some point or another in your life, water is essential. It’s crucial to human, animal, and plant survival. We can’t live without it and though we may take it for granted, we use more than we think we do. From getting water from your refrigerator’s dispenser and washing clothes […]

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What Not to Put Down Your Garbage Disposal

Since the garbage disposal was invented in 1927, it has been a great tool in getting rid of unwanted bits of food, washing them down with water, and essentially, making less trash for you to deal with in the long run. In 1940, the In-Sink-Erator was commercially released and installed in thousands of kitchen sinks. […]

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8 Ways to Conserve Water During the Summer

Water is one of our most precious resources. But during the summer, we use more of it than we may realize. That’s why it’s important to run through a water usage checklist at the beginning of the summer. Here are some items that you should go over before the summer goes into full swing.   […]

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How to Keep Your Pipes from Freezing

When temperatures stay low for an extended length of time, there is a risk that the pipes in your home may freeze. If this happens, it has the potential to cause major damage to your home. This is because when water freezes it expands. This expansion puts a lot of pressure on the pipes and […]

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Best Way to Clear Roots from Your Sewer Line

Invasive roots can be a huge problem for homeowners, especially when they grow into your sewer line. They often form blockages in the line and cause drainage problems for the sink, toilet, and tub. Extreme cases of root blockages can lead to in-home flooding, so it’s best to solve this problem as soon as possible. […]

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