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You’re serving your finest stemware and china to Aunt May and Uncle Albert, and notice your dishes are covered in powdery streaks and stains. Did you not wash properly? Nope, it’s the result of embarrassing and potentially dangerous “hard water.” Hard water typically results from the water passing through limestone or chalk. On the other […]
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Summer in sunny and hot southern California means most homeowners will increase their water usage. Contributing factors include thirsty plants, house guests using showers/toilets/dishes, and frequent use of hot tubs and pools. This increased use can tax plumbing systems. So homeowners should take time in June and July to check for leaks and find ways […]
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It doesn’t take a private investigator to detect hard water. If you have it, you’ll likely notice evidence of mineral deposits on everything in your house from basins, tubs, tiles, pots and pans, glassware, to the inside of your dog’s water bowl and toilet tanks. Made up of a high mineral content of elements such […]
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While it’s fantastic to focus on your health and happiness when making New Year’s Resolutions, you should also consider including some relative to your biggest investment – your home. Improving and maintaining your home increases its value and allows you to proactively prevent potential issues down the line. Five home improvement resolutions for 2016: 1. […]
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Changing Your Pipes – Galvanized vs. Copper How can you tell if you have copper or galvanized pipes in your home? Many homes built before the 1960’s used galvanized plumbing. The problem with these types of pipes is that they become corroded over time, and the corrosion can leach out into drinking water. One way […]
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