Homeowner Tips

High water pressure is a problem that many homeowners encounter. While, it may not be as much as a nuisance to you as low water pressure would be, it can still cause unwanted issues in your home.   The average home’s water pressure should not be more than 80 psi. When the water pressure reaches over 80 psi the following problems can occur: Leaks caused by extra stress on plumbing pipes. Shortened appliance life on the washing machine, dishwasher, faucets, toilet parts, shut off valves and hot water heaters due to extra stress on appliances.  It’s fairly easy to diagnose whether or not your home...

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Your wedding ring made it down the drain. You’re upset, worried, and looking for an answer on how to retrieve it. Out of all the things sitting on your counter, your wedding ring has to be the thing to fall down the drain right as you’re supposed to be on your way to work.
 
Stay calm and follow our steps to retrieve your ring in no time....

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The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is upon us. While some are expecting this hurricane season to be the most active season in the past three years, others are expecting it to be near normal this year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts a 70 percent likelihood of 10 to 16 named storms. Either way, we feel it’s always better to play it safe. ...

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How much do you know about the water that you and your family consume on a daily basis? The answer we hear most often is “not much.” Families across Florida are not only looking for better tasting water, but also cleaner water. ...

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If you’re a Spring early bird this may be a great time to get outside, enjoy the weather and get some of your outdoor tasks done before the weather gets too hot. Some of these tasks might even help you enjoy the weather more!...

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Spring is around the corner and most of us are looking forward to spending time outdoors, but there are a few indoor projects you want to make sure not to neglect. ...

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That pitter patter from your leaky faucet could be costing you a lot more money than you think.  Did you know that even a small leak at the rate of 10 drops per minute adds up to 347 gallons of wasted water a year....

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