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benefits of water softener

Water should rinse away cleanly, but hard water doesn’t. Hard water contains an overabundance of calcium and magnesium which leaves behind a visible and irritating residue on whatever it coats. Because we bathe, wash our clothes, do our dishes, and water our plants with water, having left-behind irritants quickly becomes noticeable and harmful. A simple solution to hard water is installing a water softener in your home.

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professional solving plumbing issues

It’s Autumn out there, and with the cooler season comes fallen leaves that can clog or block drains, lower temperatures that can freeze the water in your pipes and cause them to crack or burst, as well as colder ground temperatures that create overworked water heaters.

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Water softener removes chemicals in hard water.

Do you have an itchy scalp? Clothing look grey or soap streaked? Are your building’s water pipes breaking down for no apparent reason? Your water may be to blame. Municipal water supplies are required to be safe for consumption, but depending on where you live the water supply can accumulate chemicals, which can be damaging for your appliances, laundry and skin.

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Plumbing repairs every homeowner should know

It certainly is a fantastic feeling to have a house in your name, but with that feeling of absolute contentment comes the responsibility of knowing the basic ways to maintain your home. A leaky pipe here or a flowing tap there shouldn’t take away the pride of being a homeowner. Knowing the simplest of tricks can save the day before you call your plumber in a hurry and they charge you a fortune.

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Appliances

Before thinking about purchasing a new appliance every time it fails to function as expected, there are plenty of fixes that can help your dishwasher, fridge, washer, and dryer last for years. How can you tell when your appliance can be saved with a quick fix or if it's finally time to replace it?

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