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Low Water Pressure: What You Can Do

You notice it when two different plumbing fixtures are turned on at the same time: low water pressure. Even if it is a garden hose from outside or the toilet or even the shower, having low water pressure is no fun. Your water pressure might be sufficient when only one...

5 Common Plumbing Myths Exposed

Myths exist in many forms. There are those that believe that if you swallow chewing gum, it will stay in your stomach for seven years (not true!). Similarly, there are myths that need to be debunked when it comes to plumbing. Below are five of the most common plumbing...

How Dry Hot Weather Affects Plumbing

There are two common problems of plumbing systems that we normally find in dry weather: sewage odors and pipeline cracks. 1) Sewage Odors Sewage odors and back-flow happen in very dry areas because water is not running through the pipes constantly. Dirt and residue,...

Tips for Saving Water in the Kitchen

By saving water in the kitchen, you can play a big part in reducing your water consumption at home. Here are some easy and useful tips on how you can introduce ways to save water without having to change up your routine or lifestyle that much. Avoid running taps: Try...