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If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it Widely attributed to the director of the office of management and budget during the Jimmy Carter administration, this saying is usually true…except when it comes to your plumbing system. Instead of waiting for leaks to spring or floods to destroy floors, you should be proactive when it comes […]
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Toilet Paper History in a Nutshell In 1857, a man named Joseph Gayetty invented the first known iteration of toilet paper. At first, the new-fangled invention was sold in packages of full sheets which were watermarked with “Gayetty’s Medicated Paper.” The first modern commercially available toilet paper was released in the late 1920s. Abroad, the story is […]
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Clog-Free Tips This holiday season, as you celebrate with family and friends, the last thing you want to worry about is the plumbing system in your home. However, each year, from Thanksgiving Day to New Year’s, we see a significant rise in clogged drains and backed up garbage disposals. Our holiday gift to you this year […]
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Homeowners can find energy and water savings in several unexpected ways both inside and outside their homes this summer season. Here are several money-saving ideas: save money by managing sprinklers, reduce water waste, and install energy-efficient and internet-connected appliances. Manage Sprinklers and Hoses Summer means spending time outdoors, running through sprinklers, washing cars and pets […]
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If you turn on the TV or read the paper, you’ll likely see several stories about internet-connected devices for the home. All of the devices of the “connected home” fall under what’s known as the “Internet of Things” (IoT), which means  any object (thing) that can connect to the internet in some fashion. This typically […]
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Morning The first step in my day is to grab a cup of coffee and a good breakfast. Fixing pipes, crawling under houses, and installing water heaters is serious work, which requires strength and stamina. My first stop is a home in San Dimas that is reporting a stopped-up kitchen sink. The homeowners describe the  […]
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After you’ve checked your appliances, pipes, and main water line, you’ve got one last thing to consider where plumbing basics are concerned. It’s time to head outside. If you are like many southern California homeowners, you probably have lots of pipes connecting to a pool, hot tub, sprinklers, or simply the garden hose. Managing all […]
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