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A Brief History of Indoor Plumbing Technology
A Brief History of Indoor Plumbing Technology

These days, indoor plumbing is about as normal a part of life as the roof overhead. Flushing toilets, running water from taps and fountains, and so much more are all so commonplace that the concept of having to go to a well to get water seems like something resigned to ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Three Natural Remedies to Common Plumbing Problems

    Got a clogged drain? Sick of scale making your plumbing look all dirty and gross? These are just two common plumbing problems that we hear customers ...

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  • Three Plumbing Horror Stories That Can Teach Us a Lesson

    When people say experience is the best teacher, they often discount the fact that other people’s experience can be an equally-skilled instructor, and ...

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  • Is a Tankless Water Heater Right for Me?

    Are you sick of that giant water heater tank in your garage or closet? Tank heaters are large, bulky, noisy, run out of hot water, and can use a ton ...

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  • Why Am I Hearing Toilet Flushing Through My Drains?

    Your plumbing is a lot like your body: when something isn’t right, you’ll start experiencing symptoms that may point to the problem. However, unlike ...

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  • Five Garbage Disposal Myths That Need Debunked

    Kitchen appliances can be complicated. With tons of different functions and settings to mess with in order to get the ideal function, it’s not ...

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  • How to Properly Care for Your Septic System

    Most homes in the United States are connected to a municipal sewer system, but for those who aren’t, they most likely depend on a septic system to get ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Root Intrusion

    Trees are some of our best friends: they provide shade, they clean the air, they make our property look more beautiful, and they provide homes for ...

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  • How to Detect a Slab Leak

    If you’re like most Americans, your home is built on a concrete slab foundation. These materials are inexpensive, easy to install, durable, and ...

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  • What Is Your Water Telling You?

    When you get sick, your body gives you clues as to what’s wrong in the form of symptoms like headaches, a stuffy nose, raspy voices, or a seemingly ...

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