2 Tips for Finding the Source of the Water Leak in Your Toilet

Posted on: 18 March 2018

If you have started hearing a hissing or trickling sound from your toilet between flushing, you may suspect that there is a water leak. However, you may be uncertain about where it is located. If so, use these two tips to help determine the source of the water leak in your toilet. Check the Outside of the Toilet Before you look inside your toilet for a leak, first check the outside of the toilet for any cracks or chips.
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Is The Water Really Getting Colder?

Posted on: 3 March 2018

No doubt you've lived in more than a few places where the hot water in your shower suddenly turned cold, or where it seemed like it was near impossible to get hot water at all. If you've had enough of those experiences, any dip in the temperature of the water while you're taking a shower or washing dishes can be really frustrating. Before you assume something is seriously wrong, think about the other potential causes.
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2 Plumbing Repairs You Should Leave To The Professionals

Posted on: 24 January 2018

Are you planning on buying or have you already bought a house of your own? Have you been getting excited about the thought of being able to fix things yourself instead of having to wait for a landlord to fix them for you? Being a homeowner has many advantages, one of which is not having to wait days or weeks for someone else to get around to dealing with a malfunctioning air conditioner or a leaky faucet.
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A Guide To Water Heater Replacement

Posted on: 10 January 2018

The energy that you consume heating the water in your home can constitute a huge percentage of you overall energy consumption. In fact, the EPA states that water heaters are the second biggest energy consumer in a home. So, if you have an old water heater, it is probably not very efficient. Investing in a new water heater can ultimately reduce your bills by quite a lot. Of course, water heaters are expensive and it will take years for you to earn this money back through your reduced monthly bills.
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