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Reichelt Plumbing, Inc.
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New Blog Post Well Water vs. City Water: Pros and Cons - When buying a home, future home owners must decide about whether they are comfortable with well water, city water, or both. Those who are used to having their water supplied by the city have certain pre-conceived notions about well water. Likewise, those who are used to well water, are suspicious of city water. The truth is both well water and city water can be great options for your home . . . or not. To help you make the best decisi...
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New Blog Post Tips to remove and prevent calcium building on Faucets - If you notice a white chalky buildup on your faucets—it’s not dried toothpaste. It is most likely calcium build up from hard water. Water is classified as hard when it contains high amounts of minerals. In most cases hard water isn’t hazardous to human health, however, it can be rough on appliances, plumbing, fabrics, and skin. If that white chalky substance has a yellow tint, you may also have a lot of iron in the water...
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If you plan to watch the Super Bowl tonight, what will you look forward to the most ... A great game, amazing commercials, or delicious food? http://ow.ly/TVEj30nySPN
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How do they know if Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow today?
Here's a video to explain the complete "scientific" explanation. Happy Groundhog Day! http://ow.ly/LH3O30nylzL
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New Blog Post Toilet won’t stop running : Some DIY steps you can take before calling a plumber. - If your toilet continues to make noise after flushing don’t ignore it. This could be a sign that there is an internal leak. Even if it isn’t an internal leak, it is still a clear sign that the water is still running and your water bill is increasing. There are some DIY steps you can take to try to diagnose and remedy the problem. First, remove the lid from the top of the toilet and familiarize ...
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