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The bathroom is where 60% of the water used indoors gets consumed, watch this video for helpful tips to save water!
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New Blog Post! Important Energy Efficiency Tips for Homeowners
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New Blog Post! Tips for UV Safety Awareness Month - Tips for UV Safety Awareness Month July is Ultraviolet (UV) Rays Safety Awareness Month. Never expose your skin to unsolicited sunlight attention without sunscreen protection. Make a pledge to yourself to protect your skin from UV damage. Prolonged UV Exposure Every time you go outside during daylight hours, you are exposed to UV rays. A quick walk down the driveway to the mailbox probably won’t do any short term damage. But prolonged expo...
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New Blog Post! The 4th of July is coming, so get ready with 4 Home Improvement Projects
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New Blog Post! What To Do When You’re Tired Of A Smelly Garbage Disposal
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New Blog Post! Hot to Choose a Drain Company - There are a lot of options out there when you’re looking for drain cleaning services in the Santa Cruz and Santa Clara area. Years ago you might have hit the yellow pages or possibly checked with your neighbor. While these methods are still available the majority of us now use the internet to make purchasing decisions and this means reading through loads of filtered results, possibly fake reviews, and even in correction information. The bottom ...
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New Blog Post! A Few Ways to Prepare Your Home for Warmer Weather
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New Blog Post! Ask the Plumber – Galvanized Pipe - Q. I have an older home from the 1950s and most of the piping is in galvanized steel. But, where the pipes attach to the faucets, water heaters, and appliances they pipe material changes to copper or plastic. Is this okay? A. That depends. It’s very common to see older homes plumbed in steel piping. Without boring you on the details, the different materials can react differently with one another when they are attached in the same line. This...
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