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Read these 4 warning signs you've got a plumbing emergency.

4 Warning Signs You’ve Got a Plumbing Emergency

You know that small drip in your shower you can’t seem to stop? It’s slowly filling a hypothetical 500-gallon bucket if it’s dripping at a rate of 10 drips per minute. You could be using that water to wash 60 loads of dishes with your dishwasher, instead. Your leaky faucet isn’t helping, either. It’s not … Continued

Read this tips to prevent frozen pipes this winter.

How to Prevent Frozen Pipes This Winter

That bulging pipe in your basement is about to become an indoor sprinkler system. If frozen pipes become a reality and burst inside your home, you could be filing a homeowners insurance claim upwards of $5,000 for the water damage on your floors and walls — not to mention the boxes of important keepsakes and decorations … Continued

Prevent common holiday plumbing emergencies with these plumbing tips.

Prevent These 3 Common Holiday Plumbing Emergencies

‘Tis the season for food, friends, and precious time spent at home with family away from work. As you open the door to welcome your guests, the last face you want to see is your neighborhood plumber. As leftovers get put down an already clogged drain and your bathroom becomes “out of order,” you’ll wish … Continued

A shower remodel could change the look of your space and make your life more efficient.

5 Unique Shower Remodel Ideas You Didn’t Think Of

Even if your most brilliant or philosophical thoughts surface while you’re in the shower, your shower itself could be lacking some thought and care. The place in which you spend a fair amount of time deserves a few upgrades. Here are 5 unique shower remodel ideas to inspire you and make your morning routine more … Continued

As you clean your home, you're probably missing a few places.

6 Places You’re Forgetting to Clean Inside Your Home

The house is spotless. Or, so you think. In the midst of taking out the overflowing trash, washing the white kitchen floors and dusting those tall shelves, you probably missed some key areas and items in your home that deserve some attention. Those places are subtly collecting dust and bacteria and affecting your health. It’s … Continued

Static cling can affect many aspects of your life. And a plumbing change may be the answer.

Feeling Static? A Water Softener Could Remove Static Cling From Your Life

There it is again. Everything you touch sends an extra jolt into your body, and your clingy outfits are distracting when you’re out and about. The chapped lips, cars that won’t start and other joys of winter accompany the static cling that controls your life. You don’t have to live with hair sticking straight in … Continued

A dishwasher can hold many unusual items and clean them.

5 More Things You Didn’t Know Could Go in Your Dishwasher

Your dishwasher is an efficient, capable machine, but it’s not just for dishes. In fact, there are many surprising items you can put in your dishwasher. It’s not for everything, but your dishwasher can help with cleaning items in your car, germ-prone knick-knacks and even those filthy shoes. Check out these 5 items most people don’t … Continued

Flushable wipes have been known to cause clogged toilets.

5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Flushable Wipes

Soft, strong and durable. What toilet paper companies are striving for their product to be has become the root of the problem for flushable wipes. Often preferred to toilet paper, the wipes are found in many homes and are marketed as “flushable.” But are they? In recent years, the wipes have led to lawsuits, increased … Continued

Dishwashers can get a variety of items clean.

5 Surprising Things You Can Put in Your Dishwasher

Think outside the dishwasher. It’s tough to imagine your dishwasher as a tool for anything but dishes, utensils and the placemats from dinner. Its name can be misleading, but your dishwasher is an effective way to get rid of dirt and bacteria from a variety of household items. Check out these 5 surprising things you … Continued

Mittens sit on a boiler to warm up.

4 Reasons to Prepare Your Boiler For Winter

  As brisk weather approaches, plummeting temperatures can mean soaring heating costs. Whether you’re anxiously anticipating — or completely dreading — the inevitable winter months, staying prepared can ease the tension as you glance over your bill. By using a properly functioning boiler to heat your home instead of a furnace, your home will be heated … Continued