Archive for the ‘Blog: General Plumbing Water Conservation’ Category

Maintaining Septic Tanks and Sewer Lines: Experts Share Their Best Advice

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September 10, 2020 by Julia Weaver Whether you live in a beach house in Jamestown, RI or a cabin near Portland, OR,  your home has a septic system or a sewer system. Maintaining Septic tanks and sewer lines differ in many ways, but also offer many of the same benefits. Basically, both systems offer reliable drainage of wastewater from your home and make it possible for you to take showers, do laundry, wash the dishes, and flush toilets. Septic tank and sewer line maintenance will be different, but there are general guidelines to follow regardless of what type of system your home has to help…

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Summer Season Means Water Conservation Season

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When you hear summer you don’t think about conserving water, most likely you want to use more water. You are thinking about family vacations and getting together with friends.  There are many ways to conserve water during the hot scorching months.  None of us want the well to run dry or have a high water bill right?  In this blog, you will learn ways to conserve water inside the home. Kitchen When you walk into the kitchen your main concerns are getting supper ready for a hungry, hot, tired family and washing that sink full of dishes. Not everyone is…

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Painless Bathroom Remodeling

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Winter weather has arrived and it’s a great time to consider home renovations. Bathroom renovations can be intimidating but with the right preparation, planning, and resources, it can be a very rewarding experience. So where do you start? Evaluate the space, select colors, determine fixtures needed, find a plumber or contractor….so many decisions. Relax, here are ways to help you plan and execute a beautiful new bathroom. Plan, Plan, Plan…. The key to a successful bathroom remodel is planning out the entire project and considering all the options. Are you replacing the tub, shower, toilet, flooring, cabinets, sink, faucets, plumbing,…

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