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  • WATER HEATER TRIPPING ITS RESET BUTTON? HERE’S WHAT IT MEANS
    WATER HEATER TRIPPING ITS RESET BUTTON? HERE’S WHAT IT MEANS

    If you’re familiar with the thermostat controls on your water heater, you may have noticed that 120 degrees Fahrenheit is the recommended setting . That’s considered the sweet spot because it’s hot ...

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  • 3 Easy Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home
    3 Easy Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home

    For many areas in the US, water conservation is a real concern. Clean, usable water is a precious resource and many regions have limited supplies. Using simple water conservation techniques at home ...

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  • Is it Time to Tune-Up or Replace Your Water Heater?
    Is it Time to Tune-Up or Replace Your Water Heater?

    Based on the manufacturer’s service life, your water heater life expectancy is between 8 and 12 years. This timeline can vary based on how the unit is maintained and environmental conditions in your ...

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  • Keep Your Home in Top Shape by Following an Annual Maintenance Schedule
    Keep Your Home in Top Shape by Following an Annual Maintenance Schedule

    While owning a home can be very rewarding, it can also be overwhelming and expensive if maintenance is neglected. Performing regularly scheduled home maintenance can greatly reduce the chance of ...

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  • Wait! Don’t Flush That! 8 Item that Should Never be Flushed
    Wait! Don’t Flush That! 8 Item that Should Never be Flushed

    Whether you run on septic or sewer system, some items should never go down the toilet. Common do-not-flush items are posted in public restrooms across the country. Most of us know that we shouldn’t ...

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  • Pain in the Drain: How the Holidays Can Affect Your Plumbing
    Pain in the Drain: How the Holidays Can Affect Your Plumbing

    Homes suffer a significant amount of stress during the holiday season. With friends and family visiting, and an increase in cooking, your drains and sewer lines could struggle to keep up with the ...

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