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5 Things That Should Never Be Flushed Down the Toilet

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Toilets inside a home are used multiple times a day to dispose of waste. However, many people make the mistake of using the toilet like a trash can and flush items that can cause significant clogs and damage to a home's pipes and sewer main line, as well as the municipal or city sewer system. Just because something is able to go down a toilet drain doesn't mean that it should be flushed.

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Signs of a Faulty Toilet

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Your toilet is an important and necessary part of your home. Unfortunately, however, even the best toilets cannot last forever and will not always stay perfect.

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A Simple Guide to Choosing a New Hot Water Heater

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Is your hot water heater more than 10 years old? Have you noticed that your hot water sometimes has a rusty brown color, or that your water heater makes rumbling noises as it heats up? These are all signs that it may be time for a new water heater. Since this is not a purchase you make often, you may not be sure how to weigh the many options available.

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5 Reasons to Stop Ignoring Your Hard Water Problem

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The signs of hard water are hard to miss: soap scum on shower doors, soap that doesn't lather, and mineral deposits appearing on faucets. Many homeowners notice these signs and know that they have hard water, but they ignore the issue and see it as a minor annoyance rather than a major concern. Sadly, this logic will come back to bite you in the long run! Here are five reasons to stop ignoring your hard water problem and install a water softener today.

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Stubborn Basement Moisture? You Might Have a Slab Leak

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Moisture in the basement is a common problem. Sometimes, it is caused by groundwater seeping in or condensation accumulating due to poor ventilation. But if you've explored these causes and still can't figure out why your basement is so wet, there's another possibility to consider: you might have a slab leak.

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Common Solutions for Handling Invasive Tree Roots in Sewer Lines

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Trees are such pleasant and tranquil living things that it is hard to believe they are savages when it comes to destroying your plumbing. Tree roots are capable of invading your buried sewer lines and causing serious clogs and even the destruction of the pipes themselves. The end result for homeowners is endless frustration as they struggle to keep their toilets flushing and their drains draining.

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6 Common Causes of Low Water Pressure

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Bathtub drains tend to get clogged with hair and other debris, making shower and bath time a less pleasant experience. If you struggle with this issue in your home, now is the time to implement a new drain maintenance routine. The following tips will help you maintain your bathtub drains safely and effectively.

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5 Ways You Can Keep Your Bathtub Drain Clear In The New Year

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Bathtub drains tend to get clogged with hair and other debris, making shower and bath time a less pleasant experience. If you struggle with this issue in your home, now is the time to implement a new drain maintenance routine. The following tips will help you maintain your bathtub drains safely and effectively.

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The Benefits of Hydro-jetting Your Drains

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It isn’t uncommon for pipes to be exposed to soap scum, grime, food particles, grease, hair and many other materials that build up and fester as they clog the space. When you notice a reduction in water flow or an unpleasant odor from your pipes, a Roto-Rooter plumber may suggest the powerful and effective method of hydro-jetting for clearing the blockage. The benefits of hydro-jetting your drains are practical and cost-effective.

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