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When Should I Get a New Water Heater Installed?
When Should I Get a New Water Heater Installed?

One of the most essential pieces of the plumbing puzzle is a water heater. Known as a device that lives up to its name, hot water would be scarce in your home if it weren’t for this gadget. And just like any good thing in life, a water heater doesn’t last forever — no matter ...

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    One of the most essential pieces of the plumbing puzzle is a water heater. Known as a device that lives up to its name, hot water would be scarce in your home if it weren’t for this gadget. And just ...

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    When the temperature begins to rise during the summer, your first instinct as a homeowner is to turn on your air conditioner. Now, whether it’s a central or window unit, these helpful cooling devices ...

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    Fact: Staying warm in the dead of winter can be quite costly. Granted, you could just turn the thermostat up a few notches — but that will only continue to increase your energy bill. Of course, if ...

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