3 Food Types That Are Wearing Out Your Kitchen Sink

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Your kitchen sink's garbage disposal can be a great tool, but it can also be a huge headache if things don’t go smoothly. If your disposal clogs frequently, seems to be wearing out faster than it should, or requires pushing the manual reset often, it might not be able to handle what you're using it for. Certain foods make garbage disposals work harder and can be punishing on the system. Consider the types of food you grind in your disposal to avoid the painful, unexpected expenses of replacing it.

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Check This Essential Water Heater Component

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It's a dreaded moment when you step into the shower one morning, groggy, desperate to wake up, and you turn on the faucets and there is no hot water. Right then and there, you realize that your day is going to start off very rough.

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Save Water with a Steam Shower

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Are you sick of high water bills that you can't seem to control or bring down? Consider installing a steam shower. While this type of shower may cost a little bit of money upfront to install in your home, it will ultimately help you save on monthly utility bills by conserving water.

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Saving Money with Video Inspections

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Technology has touched almost all industries and plumbing is no exception. If you are experiencing a persistent drain problem, it may be a good time to consider a video drain inspection before the problem becomes bigger. Today, we have video cameras that can examine your pipes and drains from the inside to inspect for any blockages, much like during microscopic surgeries in a hospital.

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Rusty Faucets and Shower Heads: Remove and Prevent Further Corrosion

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If you live in an area where the water supply is not ideal, one of the most common complaints is often hard (rusty) water or the home's water pipes themselves have aged and have become corroded over time. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so the best way to combat rust build-up on fixtures like faucets, shower heads, pipes, and toilets is to prevent the rust from occurring in the first place.

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