What To Look For When Shopping For A New Water Heater

Posted on: 11 June 2016

If you have had the same water heater for years, or if you have repeated issues with foul water, leaks in your water heater, or trouble heating your water to temperatures you want, then it may be time for a new appliance. Here are the things you should look for in a new water heater for your home. Efficiency The average water heater can take up to 20% of your home's energy usage, which can rack up your electric and heating bill rather quickly.
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Baubles, Bangles, And Beads: Retreiving Them From Your Sink Drain

Posted on: 11 June 2016

If the latest addition to your charm bracelet decides to take a dive down your sink drain, don't give in to despair. Quick thinking and immediate action may save it from sailing out to sea. The most important action is to turn off the water if the faucet is running. This must be done as soon as possible, because reducing the water flow provides the greatest possibility that the bauble will will caught in the sink trap.
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A Brief Overview Of Aerobic Septic Systems

Posted on: 9 June 2016

The traditional septic tank uses anaerobic bacteria in order to consume the solids in waste water as the start of the water purification system. There is another choice. That is an aerobic system. The aerobic septic system loves oxygen and needs it in order to work.  Anaerobic Septic Systems Anaerobic septic systems generally have two chambers, one where the waste water first comes in and the solids are handled and a second chamber where the water goes when the solids have settled and are no longer a significant presence in the waste water.
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Plumbing Issues You Shouldn't Ignore

Posted on: 8 June 2016

Life is frequently hectic, so it's easy to ignore certain plumbing issues that are annoying but don't seem all that serious. In your rush to leave the house each morning, you may simply curse at the slow running drain or dripping faucet and promise to take care of it later only to forget once again. Although these problems may not seem that important, they can turn into serious issues if you do not take action.
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