What's That Smell? Diagnosing The Odor Coming From Your Sink

Posted on: 6 January 2017

It's happens to every homeowner at one point; a terrible odor begins emanating from the sink. There are a few things that can cause this issue, so it can be challenging to pinpoint the problem. Here are two reasons your sink may stink and what you can do to fix the issue. Smelly Drains By far, the most common reason your sink smells is because of buildup that has accumulated in your drain.
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Stubborn Bathtub Clog? Why You Shouldn't Try to Remove It Yourself

Posted on: 5 January 2017

If your bathtub drain repeatedly clogs up, you might try many things to unclog it. But if your efforts fail each time, it's probably a good idea that you contact a plumber for help. The stubborn clog can indicate a much deeper problem in your plumbing system you can't treat on your own. Here's some information about that stubborn clog and what a plumber will do to eliminate it. Why Won't Your Clog Go Away?
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A Reverse Osmosis Water System Could Be An Excellent Investment For Your Home

Posted on: 4 January 2017

As more people become health conscious, they seek to ensure the water and foods they consume are healthy. This has led to some people only choosing to eat organic foods, and some people have switched their diets. When it comes to drinking water, you may find yourself wondering how safe your tap water is. For example, some households utilize well water systems. Perhaps you receive your water from a public source and have concerns about additives such as fluoride and chlorine.
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Water Heater Tips For Homeowners

Posted on: 3 January 2017

A water heater will be one of the most important appliances for ensuring that life inside your home is comfortable. Making sure that you are getting the best performance out of your water heater without overpaying on energy costs or experiencing more problems than necessary will entail taking some proactive steps. Consider Lowering Your Water Heater's Temperature Many homeowners are not aware of the fact that they can greatly reduce the amount of energy that their water heater needs by simply turning the temperature down.
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