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Topics: Plumbing Tips, Inspection, How To, Preventative, Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure

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It’s the middle of summer, and if you’re spending time outdoors, there’s at least a fair chance you’re doing so around water, whether it’s at the beach or in a home pool. Of course, with summer heat comes increased water use; however, this consumption doesn’t necessarily need to break the bank and run your water bill through the roof.  Read More

Topics: Plumbing Tips, Inspection, How To, Preventative, Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure

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Environmental consciousness isn’t a fad, or even an option anymore; it’s something that’s becoming legally required in the form of property plumbing regulations at both the state and national level.  In California, property owners will soon have to adhere to water-conservative regulations as they are gradually introduced from today until 2019 Read More

Topics: DIY plumbing, Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, Sacramento Plumbers and Pipe Repairs

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When it comes to home plumbing care, you’re probably comfortable working with things like drains and basic plumbing fixtures. Almost anybody can unclog a kitchen sink. What about repairing or maintaining copper, PEX and PVC piping in and around your home? In many situations, caring for these pipes is something homeowners leave to the pros.  Read More

Topics: Leak Detection, Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, Sacramento Plumbers and Pipe Repairs

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Home and commercial pipe leaks often come when property owners are least expecting them, and can quickly cause significant damage to other home fixtures if untended to - or worse, unnoticed. While the repair cost strain and potential for further damage to your property is a troublesome thought, even more so is the risk of health problems severe leaks can cause.  Read More

Topics: Water Bills, Repairs, Leaks, Pressure, Home Plumbing Tips

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Installing high-efficiency, low-flow toilets in your home is just one way you can lower conventional water use. By consuming less water with every toilet flush, you benefit not just the environment, but also your wallet. Low-flow toilets are designed to consume as little as 1.1 gallons of water per each flush (GPF); compared to the old-school toilet models (commonly in homes as little as ten years ago), this is a revolution in water consumption. Read More