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4 Common Areas For Water Leaks In The Home

Did you know that an abnormal spike in your water bill can be an indication of a water leak? Household water leaks might not seem like a big deal at first — especially the smaller drips and leaks — but they can gradually become a greater issue than anticipated. Those initial minor leaks may result in […]

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Plumbing Issues and Protection During Rainy Months

While homeowners in Southern California don’t have to worry too much about dealing with frozen pipes, winters here can still cause plenty of plumbing headaches. Higher amounts of rain can lead to issues with pipes, drains and sewers. Here are some of the problems to watch for this winter: Broken Pipes The pipes in your plumbing […]

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Buying a Home? Have the Plumbing Inspected!

Buying a home is a huge investment as we all know. Let’s say you find the home of your dreams: it has everything you want from the right amount of bedrooms to that massive backyard you’ve always dreamed of. But what about the parts of the house that you don’t see or think about? Things […]

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How to Save Water During California’s Drought

California is no stranger to earthquakes and budget deficits. But now, something else has topped the list: we are facing a major drought. California residents must make adjustments as a part of living in this beautiful state to conserve water as much as we can. Governor Jerry Brown has called a drought emergency and asked California […]

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Tips for Saving Water in the Kitchen

By saving water in the kitchen, you can play a big part in reducing your water consumption at home. Here are some easy and useful tips on how you can introduce ways to save water without having to change up your routine or lifestyle that much. Avoid running taps: Try and balance out the amount […]

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The Importance of Having an Emergency Professional Plumber

Many times, a homeowner can accomplish basic plumbing tasks at home. It is, however, important to have an emergency plumber on hand to call if and when you encounter a serious plumbing issue. Imagine coming home to a flooded downstairs in the dead of winter or a broken air conditioner during the summer months. Having […]

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Detecting a Water Leak in Your Foundation or Slab

A water leak in your home foundation or slab is something that no homeowner wants to face. But how do you tell if you have one? If you are experiencing higher than normal water bills or have noticed foundation movement, you might have a water leak. How Do You Know if You Have a Foundation […]

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How Old are Your Washing Machine Hoses?

The front of your washing machine is within your immediate visibility on a regular basis, but how often do you look at or check the hoses that supply hot and cold water to your machine? If you are like most people, your hoses are not something you think about until they fail. But that is […]

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What is a Slab Leak?

Beneath the concrete slab foundation of your home is a system of plumbing pipes, when these pipes begin to leak water you have a slab leak. Slab leaks generally come in two forms, sewer leaks and water line leaks. Water line leaks typically make themselves known pretty quickly as your water bill will probably be […]

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