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Santhoff Plumbing Company Inc
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The temperatures are dropping! is your plumbing safe? Here's what you need to do before the temperature drops any lower:
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Treat your plumbing right this season and you won't have to pay exorbitant fees for an emergency plumbing session during off hours.
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We'd wager to bet that you rarely clean your faucet despite the fact that it's a seriously dirty place in your kitchen and bathroom. Here's how to keep the grime to a minimum.
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Cleaning and maintaining your plumbing system might keep you from spending a ton of money on repairs down the line.
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You'd be shocked if you knew how many germs were lurking in your bathroom...
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Is there slim in your ice machine? There's only one way to find out...
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Have a plumbing emergency? Want to have a new water heater installed? Think you may have a pipe leak? We're the Houston plumber you can trust. Call us now! (713) 665-4997
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Be sure to #ThankAVeteran today. Without the brave men and women who have dedicated their lives to the service of our country, we wouldn't have the rights and freedoms that we do.
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It's pretty convenient to keep your towels, razors, and medicine in the bathroom, but you could be damaging these items by keeping them in a room with fluctuating temperature and humidity levels. If you have any of these items in your bathroom, it's time to find a new home for them.

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/organizing/g3971/things-to-remove-from-your-bathroom/
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Ah, your trusty water heater. It's been great to you for years, but now it's on the fritz. Is it time to have a new water heater installed or can you have your current model repaired? Here's some information to help you understand what the best solution is for you:

http://santhoffplumbingco.com/houston-water-heater-repair-or-replacement/
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