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Why Your Kitchen Sink Needs a Functioning Trap

If you check beneath your kitchen sink, you are likely to find a drain pipe with a sharp bend. This bend is commonly referred to as the P-trap. This trap is designed to perform several important tasks. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your kitchen sink drain has a

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What is Water Hardness and How Can I Treat It?

Scientists define water hardness as the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesium minerals in the water. But in layman’s language, water hardness can easily be noticed when your hands feel slimy after washing them with soap and water, or when your glassware becomes cloudy. Continue reading to learn more about

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How to Unclog a Shower Drain

A clogged shower drain will cause flooding in your bathroom, making it unusable. Unfortunately, this problem is very common, so you can expect it to happen in your home at some point. So, you need to know how to unclog your shower drain as soon as you see signs of

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What Do I Do If My Area Has “Hard Water”?

Although hard water doesn’t pose any serious health risk, it can cause some minor skin irritations and lead to long-term corrosion damage in your plumbing system. Research has shown that about 90 percent of households in the United States deal with hard water problems. Therefore, it’s highly likely that you

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What Can I Do to Fix a Dripping Faucet?

Many homeowners don’t realize how much money they lose in monthly water bills due to dripping faucets. A single dripping faucet in your home can waste dozens of gallons of water a day, especially if it’s a large faucet. This can put a major dent in your wallet. So, you

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3 Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Many people are more concerned about outdoor air pollution, forgetting that the same type of pollution can happen indoors. As a homeowner, you have to think about the quality of air inside your house. Many dangerous pollutants can contaminate the air inside your home, including gas leaks, asbestos and lead

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