Blog Posts in 2012

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DIY Plumbing Gone Wrong

HGTV is a great network, however, they’ve inspired a legion of DIYers, some of which who need to simply put down the tools and back away slowly. Let’s face it, there are just some plumbing ...
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Spread Less Germs in the New Year with a Touch-less Faucet

It is a fact that most of the germs we come into contact with are because of surfaces we have touched. But for 2012, if you really want to cut down on the amount of germs spread in your home, consider ...
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Save on Water with a Mini Bathroom Makeover

The room in your home that uses the largest amount of water is not the kitchen, it is actually the bathroom. Across the United States, water utility bills average more than $700 per year according to ...
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The Waterfall Faucet: A Touch of Spa in the Bathroom

A major trend of 2011 that is sure to head into the New Year is the spa bathroom. Now that life is so hectic for many Americans, they need a place to rejuvenate and relax from the day’s ...
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The Ultimate $6000 Toilet

Recently The New York Times published an article review about the Kohler Numi toilet. You may be asking “What’s so special about a toilet?” Well this particular Kohler toilet comes ...
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Tips on Selecting the Right Plumbing Specialist

Rescue Rooter knows how difficult it can be selecting the right plumbing specialist. Many homeowners don’t understand the basics about their plumbing systems. However, by noticing a few simple ...
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5 Types of Water Heater

Many homeowners may be uncertain about how to go about selecting a new water heater for their home. The main objective for choosing a new water heater is that it will provide enough hot water while at ...
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Save Money on Water Heating this Fall and Winter

Did you know that water heating is the third largest energy expense in your home? Well according to US Department of Energy it is. Usually, heating your water accounts for almost 12% of your utility ...
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Tips on Preventing Drain Clogs

he best way to care for your drains is by preventing clogs. Whether in the kitchen, bathroom or another area of your home, there are a variety of liquids, materials and such that can go down the ...
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Is the Bidet considered Green?

You may not be aware, but quite a few Americans are jumping on the bidet bandwagon. Not because they are trying to add a bit of European style to their bathrooms, but because the bidet is actually a ...
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3 Truths about Water Shortages

t is true that many of us Americans take our fresh clean water for granted. There are many countries who do not have the luxury of fresh running tap. But there is a growing concern because the issue ...
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Advances in Plumbing: Color On Tap

When it comes to plumbing fixtures, not too many people get too excited about it. But that could change now with this new and colorful advance in plumbing fixtures. LED faucets not only bring ...
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Sink Pipes can add to Bathroom Aesthetics

Pipes. All plumbing fixtures need them, whether internally or externally for your tubs, toilets and sinks. But the fact that they are necessary does not mean they can not complicate or even clash with ...
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Problems with your Spa Plumbing?

Now that the cold weather is here, many people are firing up those jets. Hot tub and Spa jets, that is. For some homeowners it may have been a while since you’ve been in your hot tub, but it is ...
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Need your Pipes cleaned? Schedule a Scour Jet Drain Cleaning

When you think about all the abuse your drainpipes go through each year, it could make your stomach turn. Years of things like grease, hair, soap scum, and the earring you’ve never found can ...
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Is Your Toilet Leaking? Try the 5-Step Dye Test

Did you know that you could have a leak in your toilet and not even know it? But there’s an easy way to find out if your toilet is operating correctly or not. It’s called a dye test and ...
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7 Facts You Didn't Know About Water

There’s a plethora of bad news when it comes to the Earth’s water crisis. Here’s seven things you may not have known about the state of clean water in the U.S. and abroad. 1. There ...
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Are you Flushing Your Money Away?

According to the EPA’s WaterSense, toilets are the main source of water consumption in the home, accounting for nearly 30 percent of a home’s indoor water use and homes with older toilets ...
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4 Simple Steps To Preventing Plumbing Damage This Winter

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting colder than normal temperatures for the south east this winter. Which means it is very important to take the necessary steps to protect your home’s ...
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8 Simple Tips For Avoiding Plumbing Leaks

Did you know that even the smallest of leaks can waste up to 5,000 gallons of water per year? However; if you are able to avoid these leaks, then you’ll be able to save water and avoid major ...
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What To Do If Your Water Main Breaks

The official start of winter still a week away, but many parts of Georgia have already experienced freezing temperatures. Freezing temperatures can dangerous to your plumbing, it can lead to frozen ...
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Why Is My Garbage Disposal Making That Sound?

The kitchen garbage disposal is possible one of the handiest kitchen appliances. Hidden away under the sink, we don’t = normally think about how important it is to our everyday routines. So what ...
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Cleaning out the Washing Machine Drain Line

Do you need to clean out your washing machine’s drain line? Usually, the drain hose for the washing machine drains into a laundry stand pipe in the wall. If this is how yours is set up, then you ...
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Prepare Your Plumbing For The Holidays

It can be embarrassing when your plumbing fails with a house full of holiday guests. Many times plumbing problems can be caused by all those holiday guests! But instead of sending home your guests, ...
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3 Common Toilet Problems

The toilet is one plumbing fixture that gets alot of abuse day in and day out. It is only normal to have a few issues pop up every now and then with your toilet. Fortunately, toilets are simple ...
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