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Does Water Conservation Really Matter? Yes, and Here Is Why.

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Thu, Sep 27, 2018 @ 10:04 AM

bigstock-Running-Tap-Water-1324014Most of us consider water as a mainstay of daily life that's readily available. Everyday tasks like showering, doing the laundry, washing dishes, and brushing our teeth would not be possible without water. Although many of us take having enough water for granted, water is actually a limited resource that is not available to many people in less fortunate places.

Only one percent of the earth's water supply is available for human use. The remaining water is salt water that makes up our oceans or frozen ice caps in remote arctic areas of the world. Without water, many people and important industries like farming, mining, and fishing would suffer. Clean water is not as accessible as most people think, so water conservation really does matter.

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Tags: Shut off water valve, Broken Pipe, plumbing facts, Water

Bizarre Things Plumbers Have Found in Toilets

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Fri, Sep 21, 2018 @ 02:16 PM

bigstock--167733980Plumbers can be lifesavers that help people get their homes back in top shape when dealing with plumbing issues like clogs, leaks, or broken pipes. Of the many possible plumbing problems a homeowner may encounter, the most common is clogged toilets.

Excess paper products and sewage are common reasons a toilet might back up, but some days, what plumbers find might surprise you. Keep reading to learn a few of the weirdest things plumbers have found flushed down toilets.

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Tags: Plumbing horrors, Plumbing Repairs, clogged toilet

Top 6 (Not Gross) Things People Are Doing on the Toilet

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Wed, Aug 29, 2018 @ 11:16 AM

bigstock-Continuous-Single-Drawn-One-Li-250446100Let’s get real for a moment. While it might seem like a strange topic to bring up, most people often spend their time sitting on the toilet doing other things. And why not, there are only so many hours in the day, so for some it is out of necessity, while for others it could simply be out of boredom or the sanctuary of having a quiet moment to themselves. Below are six common things that people do while sitting on the toilet.

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Tags: Bill Fenwick, Bathroom, trending bathrooms

Does the Water at Home Taste Funny?

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Fri, Aug 24, 2018 @ 12:13 PM

bigstock-Running-Tap-Water-1324014Clean water is an essential part of daily life. If you’re noticing that the water that comes out of your faucet isn’t tasting quite as fresh as you’d like, you might be wondering how on earth that sort of problem could happen. After all, don’t you get water from a supply that’s always safe and clean?

While the water that comes out of the pipe might be safe to drink, there are a number of reasons you could be experiencing a funny taste. Use this guide to learn more about your water’s strange flavor and how you may be able to fix it.

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Tags: Plumbing horrors, Plumbing Repairs, piping

Helpful Plumbing Tips for Plumbing Emergencies

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Tue, Jul 31, 2018 @ 08:10 AM

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You never know when plumbing emergency might strike. An overflowing toilet, broken faucet or leaking pipe can cause expensive water damage to your home in addition to just being inconvenient. However, if you are equipped with these plumbing tips, your inconvenience and damage to your home can be reduced.

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Tags: Shut off water valve, Water leaks, Plumbing Repairs, Emergency Plumbing

Answers to Your 5 Most Common Plumbing Questions

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Tue, Jul 24, 2018 @ 10:45 AM

 

Maintaining the plumbing in your home is important tbigstock-Close-up-Of-A-Male-Plumber-Fix-226841344-1o preventing water damage and keeping your water bills in check. But when the same things keep happening over and over again, or your water bill suddenly spikes up without an obvious reason, it can be a little confusing. So, it’s only normal you would be looking for answers. Here are five of the most common plumbing questions that homeowners have about the plumbing in their homes.

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Tags: kitchen plumbing, piping, plumbing facts, water heater, Clogged Drains, garbage disposal, water bill

Water Heaters 101

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Thu, Jun 28, 2018 @ 11:20 AM

bigstock-Technician-servicing-an-hot-wa-168634007Tucked away in a corner of your home is a friend you may not often think about. Your water heater keeps your showers hot, cleans dishes, and helps keep your laundry fresh every day. Most of us would be uncomfortable and inconvenienced without this unassuming appliance, yet in many cases, we allow it to continue on without much thought. This lack of attention can lead to premature breakage and unfortunate cold showers.

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Tags: water heater maintenance, Hot Water, Tankless Water Heater

How Plumbing Maintenance Benefits the Environment

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Fri, Jun 22, 2018 @ 09:09 AM

bigstock--224454004When many people consider the effort to go green and take better care of the environment, they think of sweeping changes and grand actions that will shift how they live their lives. Yet some of the easiest but most important steps a person can take to go green are small ones. Tiny adjustments and basic, routine maintenance can do as much to help the world around us as the largest of recycling programs.

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Tags: Water leaks, Plumbing resolutions, Bill Fenwick Plumbing

Maintaining Healthier Plumbing in Your Home

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Thu, May 24, 2018 @ 11:36 AM

bigstock-Selection-Of-Plumbers-Tools-An-158263217Your plumbing system is one of the unsung heroes of your home. Unfortunately, many people only consider their plumbing when it has failed and requires expensive maintenance. Cleaning up after a plumbing disaster rates high among the most stressful issues a homeowner can suffer.

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Tags: plumbing maintenance, Plumber, plumbing

Purchasing and Maintaining Your Rheem Tankless Water Heater

Posted by Bill Fenwick on Tue, May 22, 2018 @ 09:43 AM

bigstock--128575520Moving into a new home in Nocatee is exciting, and can be a little hectic, too. The rest of your life does not pause for you to move, so you’re likely juggling the move, work, and other responsibilities all at once.

Additionally, with every new home typically comes an adjustment period. As you and your family familiarize yourselves with your new town and neighborhood, you are also becoming familiar with new appliances that might operate differently than the ones in your old home. This means sitting down and looking through operating manuals, reviewing warranty details, and maintenance requirements, but who has time for that?

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