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When a conventional washer-type faucet has to be excessively tightened down each time you shut it off in order to keep it from dripping, or when the faucet develops a drip that won’t stop no matter how hard you tighten it, then prompt repairs are advisable to keep things from getting worse – for example, […]

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One common misconception or myth that is the unfortunate root cause behind the bitter fact that so many homeowners pay substantial utility bills every year. Only in certain circumstances are leaks visible and normally, this depends on the location of the leak as well. Plumbing connectors have pipes underground and behind the drywall as well, […]

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If you’ve ever turned on your tub to run yourself a hot bath and you noticed rust in the tub, this is a sign you’ll need a new hot water heater soon. Hot water heaters work by a flame heating a metal tank filled with water. Over time, the expanding and contracting of the metal […]

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Flushing turns the shower water cold. Older homes have pipes that aren’t conducive to taking a hot shower and flushing the toilet at the same time. While you try to warn your kids about this, the real plumbing solution is to reduce how fast the toilet uses water. Close the supply valve slightly, buy a low-flow toilet, […]

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How Can You Protect Yourself Against AC Air Pollution? Check the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning or changing your unit’s air filters. Open the windows as much as you can. Allow fresh air to circulate in your home and flush out pollutants. Have a Green Apple HVAC technician perform annual maintenance checks. Turn the temperature up, […]

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Central air conditioners are more efficient than room air conditioners. In addition, they are out of the way, quiet, and convenient to operate. To save energy and money, you should try to buy an energy-efficient air conditioner and reduce your central air conditioner’s energy use. In an average air-conditioned home, air conditioning consumes more than […]

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1. COTTON BALLS & SWABS They’re just cotton, right? It might seem like these tiny bathroom tools would just get soggy and eventually break down in the water pipeline, but they don’t. They eventually gather together in bends of the pipe, causing massive blockages. 2. PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION Don’t need the rest of those pills? Many […]

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Central Air Conditioning A true central air-conditioning system uses ducts to distribute cooled air throughout the house. In a “split system,” the most common design, the refrigerant circulates between an indoor coil and a matching—meaning from the same brand—outdoor condenser with a compressor. The refrigerant cools the air, dehumidifying it in the process; a blower circulates […]

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World Plumbing Day is an international event, initiated by the World Plumbing Council, held on the 11th of March each year to recognize the important role plumbing plays in societal health and amenity. The WPC, through its member countries and its partnerships with bodies like the World Health Organisation, works all year round to promote the […]

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Outside water valves To protect your pipes and keep them from freezing in the severe cold, turn off the valve that controls the tap for your garden hose. This will avoid water entering the hose and freezing, causing the pipes to burst. Know the location of your home’s main water valve In case of a […]

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