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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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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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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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Spring cleaning is an annual ritual for many home owners, often including beating innocent rugs outside and vigorously scrubbing windows until they are free from streaks. It’s also the ideal time to do a “plumbing checkup,” which entails turning your attention to appliances, faucets, and pipes. Spring is also a great time to consider larger, […]
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According to a tongue-in-cheek article on Smithsonian.com, called, “The History of the Throne Room,” modern flush toilets first appeared in 1596. Prior to the 16th century, people turned to communal outhouses, chamber pots and holes in the ground. But by 1851, bathrooms (then known as garderobes), started appearing as small rooms that protruded from castle […]
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