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What Is Limescale, And How Do I Remove IT?

The majority of households in the U.S. have issues related to limescale. Whether that means spending more money and effort to clean scaled-up fixtures or having to replace costly equipment because scale damage is too severe to repair. We must first comprehend this issue before we can address it. We’ll take a clear look at limescale …

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Going On Vacation? Take the few extra steps to check your shut-off valves

As vacation approaches and preparation is well into action, many of us are preparing for what’s ahead. Yet, for so many of us, we forget to prepare for what we’re leaving behind for those few short days or weeks. Unfortunately, there’s that chance that we could arrive back home to an unwelcome surprise. Before leaving …

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Pipe Leak

4 Signs That Say You May Have a Pipe Leak

Most homeowners have experienced general water leaks whether they are coming from a broken pipe or a leaking toilet. Obviously, we would prefer the leaky toilet over a pipe leak. A leaky toilet or faucet can usually be repaired by your home’s do-it-yourselfer ( DIY). On the other hand, a leaking or burst pipe can …

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8 Signs That Your Water Heater Needs replacing

Like any other home appliance, water heaters don’t last forever. One day you might be shocked to step into a cold shower, signaling that your water heater has reached the end of its life. For many homeowners, they would rather wait until their heater dies before replacing it. Some prefer to see the early signs …

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