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How Clean Is Your Home’s Water? Probably Not as Safe as You Think…
How Clean Is Your Home’s Water? Probably Not as Safe as You Think…

America has a problem with water. Not only do 10% of homes nationwide have leaks that waste up to 90 gallons or more per day, but some residential water supplies are becoming so polluted that it is hard to find clean water at all. This begs the question — how safe is your ...

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  • How Clean Is Your Home’s Water? Probably Not as Safe as You Think…

    America has a problem with water. Not only do 10% of homes nationwide have leaks that waste up to 90 gallons or more per day, but some residential ...

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  • Common Summer Plumbing Emergencies

    Plumbing problems can occur at any time of the year. Usually when you least expect it and need it fixed immediately. However, some problems are more ...

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  • Use Your Tax Refund to Invest in Your Home with a Tankless Water Heater

    Getting a tax refund can be the silver lining to paying taxes. You have many choices when deciding how to spend your tax refund. Investing your refund ...

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  • Purchasing an Efficient Water Heater: Gas or Electric?

    Your water heater died. Kaput. Sayonara. That’s no good. You’re kind of scrambling, because you need hot water to, you know, shower and not stink. ...

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  • Looking for a Cure to the Common Plumbing Emergency? Call My Plumber Heating & Cooling

    Plumbing emergencies can strike without warning, and when they do you’ll be glad to have My Plumber Heating & Cooling on speed dial. Some plumbing ...

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  • Don’t Let Leaks Ruin Your Holiday

    Leaky pipes and fixtures are never convenient for a homeowner, but when they happen during the holiday season, it can be twice as bothersome. For one ...

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  • Shopping for a Toilet in Northern Virginia? Consider These Tips

    Toilets: Everybody’s got one. Some people have more than one. We use toilets. We flush toilets. Sometimes we have to plunge toilets, or snake them. ...

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  • 5 Gallons a Day, 1800 Gallons a Year: So Much Water Wasted from One Leaky Faucet

    That leaky faucet is so annoying, but it’s largely been a problem you’ve been able to ignore; you’ve been shutting the bathroom door, drowning out the ...

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  • Winter Has Arrived in Manassas: Bundle Up & Protect Your Pipes from the Cold

    Old man winter sure took his sweet time coming into northern Virginia, but now that he’s here, he’s here to stay. It’s cold out there. And when it ...

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  • In the Internet of Things, My Plumber Heating & Cooling Talks Toilets

    Have you thought much recently about your toilet? (What a question to ask, right?) Of course you haven’t. We all use the toilet, but we don’t often ...

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