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  • Save Energy by Wrapping Your Water Heater
    Save Energy by Wrapping Your Water Heater

    Water heater design has come a long way in the last two decades. One of the most significant advances has been built-in insulation, which helps conserve energy while sparing homeowners the hassle of ...

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  • Is it Time to Tune-Up or Replace Your Water Heater?
    Is it Time to Tune-Up or Replace Your Water Heater?

    Based on the manufacturer’s service life, your water heater life expectancy is between 8 and 12 years. This timeline can vary based on how the unit is maintained and environmental conditions in your ...

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  • Keep Your Home in Top Shape by Following an Annual Maintenance Schedule
    Keep Your Home in Top Shape by Following an Annual Maintenance Schedule

    While owning a home can be very rewarding, it can also be overwhelming and expensive if maintenance is neglected. Performing regularly scheduled home maintenance can greatly reduce the chance of ...

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  • Are Stinky Sewer Smells Wafting Out of Your Drains?
    Are Stinky Sewer Smells Wafting Out of Your Drains?

    The miracle of indoor plumbing allows us to effortlessly wash and flush waste away from our homes — but that pipeline isn’t always a one-way street. When various problems arise, noxious sewer odors ...

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  • What is the Right Temperature for My Water Heater?
    What is the Right Temperature for My Water Heater?

    There is a common misconception that the maximum temperature allowable for a water heater is 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This idea is compounded by the safety warnings on some water heaters informing ...

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  • How to Stay Dry… by Keeping Your Sump Pump Clean
    How to Stay Dry… by Keeping Your Sump Pump Clean

    Multiple regions have experienced record rainfall this summer, and those storms likely left more than a few flooded basements in their wake. Unfortunately, this disaster occasionally strikes ...

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