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How to Choose a High-Efficiency Faucet to Save Water

When we hear about “going green” and high-efficiency products, it’s usually referring to products that consume less energy, like appliances, furnaces, and air conditioning. But did you know that you can also increase the efficiency of your plumbing? By upgrading your kitchen, bathroom, or utility…

What You Should Know About Outdated House Traps

Indoor plumbing was invented back in 1829 – but that doesn’t mean it’s been perfected ever since. Plumbing technology and best practices are always improving. Now and then, a common approach falls out of favor and needs to be replaced with a better way. One…

6 Signs Your Sewer Line Is Broken

There are a few household problems that should never be avoided or left “out of sight, out of mind.” A suspected broken sewer line is one of them. If left unattended, a broken sewer or damaged pipe or can lead to catastrophic property damage, not…

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