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Why Your Water Heater Needs Flushing

January 24, 2018

Have you ever left your wash basins or toilets for months without cleaning them? Probably not – but if you did, we are sure you can imagine the sight you would see. While the water that enters your home is normally treated at a plant, it isn’t completely free of impurities. Once water enters your … Continue reading “Why Your Water Heater Needs Flushing”

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5 Water Heater Maintenance Tips That Will Prolong Its Life

January 16, 2018

Just like any other piece of essential home equipment, water heaters have a shelf life. The time you will get out of your system, however, will depend on water heater maintenance. All too often, homeowners do not carry out basic checks on water heaters, which could extend the life of the unit. Although it’s not … Continue reading “5 Water Heater Maintenance Tips That Will Prolong Its Life”

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How Galvanized Piping Affects Your Health

December 12, 2017

When you look at the listings for older homes, you will see words like “character” and “charm” tossed around quite a lot. What you not likely to notice, however, is any mention of galvanized piping. For the average home buyer, the specific type of plumbing materials in a property isn’t as much of a sticking … Continue reading “How Galvanized Piping Affects Your Health”

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What’s up with water?

November 13, 2017

During Hurricane Harvey, many of us suddenly had to think about water — and whether or not water would be safe or not. And while Houston is on its way to recovery, there’s still a lot of people struggling. The thing is that we need water; we have to have it to survive, because of … Continue reading “What’s up with water?”

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What Goes In The Dishwasher

October 31, 2017

The dishwasher has become an indispensable appliance for many North American households, helping us to save both time and water. Modern dishwashers also tend to be fairly hardy and powerful appliances, but that’s a double-edged sword — they may tackle tougher food stains, but they can wreak havoc on delicate dishes.   There are also … Continue reading “What Goes In The Dishwasher”

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Saving Water Everywhere

October 23, 2017

Anywhere you regularly use water, there’s a good chance there’s something you can do to reduce your use. And there are two areas of the home you can make changes with the most impact: the bathroom and the kitchen. If you’re looking for small ways you can save money and help the environment, put these … Continue reading “Saving Water Everywhere”

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Pool Care After Bad Weather

September 19, 2017

Hurricanes wreak havoc on people’s properties. Even if your house may have not been damaged, you can’t say the same for your garden or your swimming pool. Here are a few tips to try and get your swimming pool back to normal. First, don’t empty your pool! It may seem tempting to just get rid … Continue reading “Pool Care After Bad Weather”

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Why Air Conditioner Maintenance Matters

August 10, 2017

When you live in Texas, your air conditioner is a way of life, right? The best way to preserve life then is to keep your air conditioner working and in good shape. However, a lot of people don’t know much about their air conditioner beyond that it keeps them cool. Here’s what you should know … Continue reading “Why Air Conditioner Maintenance Matters”

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Stop Mosquitos In Their Tracks

July 28, 2017

Whether you’re worried about serious mosquito-borne diseases like the Zika virus or you just want to avoid those itchy, swollen bumps left behind by a bite, controlling mosquitoes around your home is mostly a matter of controlling water. Standing water is essential at every stage of the mosquito’s life cycle, so removing that source can … Continue reading “Stop Mosquitos In Their Tracks”

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Walk-In Bathtubs

July 27, 2017

Even if you’re steady on your feet, slipping in the tub or shower is a dangerous possibility. And if you struggle with mobility or balance, the combination of water, slick porcelain and stepping over the threshold may just pose too high of a risk. Accessories like non-slip shower mats and grab bars can improve the … Continue reading “Walk-In Bathtubs”

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