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When it comes to our home’s plumbing, most of us take it for granted. We expect the water to come out of the shower head, we know the toilet will flush, it’s a huge surprise when a pipe leaks.

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Every plumbing system will develop a clog; it’s inevitable. Whether your kitchen or bathroom sink or a toilet has developed a blockage, you more than likely can clear it yourself without having to call in a professional. (Note: if you try a few times and nothing budges, it’s time to call in a plumber because […]

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It’s 3 a.m. You’re wakened by the screeching of your family’s two cats. You hear them race through the house downstairs as if trying to escape something. Your dog starts to bark and also appears to be running away from…what? An intruder?

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Indoor plumbing has been with humans since long before 1829 when the Tremont Hotel in Boston became the first hotel in the country to have indoor plumbing: archeologists have uncovered a part of a water plumbing system at the Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. In addition, evidence of indoor plumbing has been found in Egyptian […]

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Part of getting ready for winter is the disconnecting of hoses to outdoor spigots. If a homeowner does not do this, he runs the risk of water in the hose freezing into the faucet. Because water expands as it freezes, if enough water is present, the entire faucet assembly can burst. If you have made […]

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