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Do Plumbers Recommend I Turn Off My Water Heater When Leaving for the Holidays?

If you are going away for the holidays, you may wonder if you must turn off your water heater to conserve energy and stave off any emergency plumbing disasters. Contrary to what some may believe, turning your water heater off is a bad idea. Plumbing experts recommend that you leave your water heater on and

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Plumbing Trends in the Kitchen and Bathroom for the Upcoming Year

As the near year quickly approaches, it’s a great time to look forward to new opportunities. If you’ve been considering going forward with a bathroom or kitchen renovation, or if you’ve been planning the details for a brand-new home, there are many ideas to consider. Below, we highlight several of the kitchen and bathroom plumbing

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3 Ways Cold Winter Weather Impacts Your Home’s Plumbing

The frigid cold temperatures and frozen precipitation of winter wreak havoc on just about everything around you. These disruptions to your normal day can also affect pipes and fixtures. There are three ways that the cold winter weather can adversely impact your home’s plumbing. 1. Frozen Pipes Crack or Burst From Internal Pressure While Thawing

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