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  • How Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Can Help Preserve Your Yard
    How Trenchless Sewer Line Repair Can Help Preserve Your Yard

    After investing time, money, and energy into your home’s beautiful yard, the last thing you want is to dig it up to repair a broken sewer line. Before cured-in-place piping was invented, excavating ...

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  • The 5 Things You Should Avoid When Trying to Reduce Your Water Bill
    The 5 Things You Should Avoid When Trying to Reduce Your Water Bill

    Using less water at home doesn’t just mean more money in your pocket for everyday expenses, savings, and fun—it’s also a way of helping out your community and the local environment. Though we might ...

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  • These 4 Things Are Harming Your Home’s Plumbing
    These 4 Things Are Harming Your Home’s Plumbing

    As a homeowner, you know that plumbing problems are going to happen sooner or later. But what if you could magically see into the future and know what sort of plumbing troubles your home is going to ...

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  • What Really Happens When You Pour a Chemical Drain Cleaner Down a Drain
    What Really Happens When You Pour a Chemical Drain Cleaner Down a Drain

    Chemical drain cleaners make big promises of providing quick, simple solutions to household clogs. However, as with most things, if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. While chemical ...

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  • What To Do If Your Toilet Overflows: Step-By-Step Instructions
    What To Do If Your Toilet Overflows: Step-By-Step Instructions

    There’s an entire list of essential life skills that everyone should learn, and knowing how to stop a toilet from overflowing is one of them. If you can keep a toilet from flooding your bathroom, you ...

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  • Beware of These Household Plumbing Mistakes
    Beware of These Household Plumbing Mistakes

    If you’re like most people, your plumbing system is something you rely on but don’t usually think about. It’s easy to take for granted that the water will run when you turn the faucet and that the ...

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