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Own An Irrigation System? 3 Signs Your Back-Flow Preventer Is About To Fail You

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If you’ve got an irrigation system installed on your property, there’s one part that you probably haven’t given much thought to. Unfortunately, this part is one of the most important parts of your entire irrigation system. The part is the back-flow preventer. If you’re not familiar with what the back-flow preventer does, it prevents contaminated water from backing up into the municipal drinking water supply. Without a properly working back-flow preventer on your irrigation system, you could be contributing to the contamination of your drinking water, without even realizing it.…

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How To Fix A Leaky Gooseneck Sink

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A gooseneck faucet is so named because it has a high spout that commonly extends several inches over the sink. This deep design allows taller pots to slide under it easier. However, you may find them leaking, which can usually be traced to broken O-rings or cartridge deterioration.  It is simple to repair the annoying drip yourself and save on waste bills. Follow these steps to fix a leaky gooseneck sink.…

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Understanding Sewer Clogs

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There are a lot of important elements to your home’s plumbing system that you should know about, but one of the most important is its sewer main drain. However, this is also one of the elements that is the most hidden and therefore the easiest for home owners to forget about. Here is some information home owner’s should be aware of with regards to the sewer main:   The homeowner may not always be responsible for clogs…

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