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Old plumbing

Topics: Home Plumbing Tips, plumbing problems

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Older houses are often cherished for their charm and character. Many that remain standing were built to unique specifications and constructed with materials that are prohibitively expensive in modern construction. For many young people looking to buy their first home, an old house that needs a little extra care is often an attractive option. Read More
New kitchen sink installation

Topics: Home Plumbing Tips, kitchen faucets, kitchen sink

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There are many things to consider when choosing a new kitchen sink! Size, type, and installation all must be considered when selecting the perfect sink for your kitchen. But, shopping for kitchen sinks shouldn’t be overwhelming! Use these kitchen sink tips when you’re considering buying a new appliance for your Sacramento home! Read More
common household plumbing tools

Topics: Trenchless Technology, Plumbing Tips, Inspection, How To, Preventative, Home Plumbing Tips

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When you move into a new home, you may find yourself rapidly accumulating tools for various household projects. Even the least handy homeowners usually have a few screwdrivers or hammers to tend to minor issues. Maintaining your home’s plumbing, however, can be a little more complicated due to the variety of specialized tools required. While you may not plan on replacing your toilet flapper, fixtures, or sink drains, it’s good to have a variety of plumbing tools on hand so you can deal with minor issues that may not be serious enough to require a professional plumber. Read More
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Topics: Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, Home Plumbing Tips, Toilet Repair

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You probably rarely think about toilet plumbing troubles until you need a plunger; however, a running toilet can cost you hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars in wasted water every year. Typically, running water in your toilet wastes about 25 times more water than a shower leak and about 4 times as much water than a simple faucet leak. Read More