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Water Conservation Through Landscaping

Adopting the “Always and Nevers” of Water Conservation in Your Home

1. Always Turn Off the Water When Brushing Your Teeth Turning off the water while brushing your teeth is a simple yet effective way to conserve water. According to WaterSense, doing so can save up to 8 gallons of water per day. This small habit change not only reduces your water bill but also contributes […]

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Water pressure Check is Part of Residential Plumbing Maintenance

High Water Pressure: Understanding the Destructive Force

The Mechanics of High Water Pressure  Water pressure is the force of water exerted through the plumbing system. Normal water pressure typically ranges between 40 to 80 pounds per square inch (psi), although most experts say 60-65 psi is the right spot to provide adequate flow for daily activities. However, when this pressure exceeds safe […]

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Save Water, Save Money

Buy WaterSense Labeled Products: The Practical and Eco-Friendly Solution

WaterSense Toilets Undergo Rigorous Independent Certification Recent innovations have revolutionized toilet technology, enabling them to operate with a mere 1.28 gallons per flush or even less while maintaining or surpassing performance standards. This represents a 20% reduction in water usage compared to the current federal standard of 1.6 gallons per flush. The WaterSense label signifies […]

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Big Bs Plumbing

California’s Water Conservation: Our Ongoing Battle Water Waste

Turning Back The Clock on Water Issues in California Rewinding to June 2, 2019, we find ourselves in California grappling with severe water scarcity issues. While agriculture and various sectors bear some responsibility, it’s imperative to acknowledge the role of population growth in exacerbating the problem. But before examining broader trends, let’s start with individual […]

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Water Leak Repair Service- Plumbing fixes

Bathroom Leaks: Discover Effective Solutions for the Nagging Issue

We’ve all dealt with bathroom leaks. Even though they may not seem like a big deal, they can lead to higher water usage and a bigger monthly water bill over time. Many people in the U.S. are mindful of their water consumption, so when they encounter a persistent leaky faucet, they want it fixed. However, […]

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Hard Water Deposits, Your Plumbing Check List

Hard Water in California: What’s the Real Scoop?

Hard Water Can Adversely Affect Your Plumbing Systems However, the repercussions of hard water extend beyond cosmetic inconveniences. It can adversely affect plumbing systems, particularly water pipes. Over time, the minerals in hard water can accumulate within the pipes, gradually constricting the water flow. While this process may take several decades to impact water pressure […]

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