Don’t want a contractor to dig an ugly trench to replace sewer line? Here are some plumbing alternatives. Tree roots often invade and clog broken sewer lines. Experts say copper sulphate, available from plumbers and garden centers, repels roots. While this may only be a temporary fix, it can buy time before extensive work is…

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Water Heater Replacement

Replacing an older water heater with a newer model provides substantial energy and financial savings. Regardless if you are exchanging a broken hot water heater or even replacing to help lower energy costs , you will see a number of parameters to take into account so that you will get the most cost-efficient device for your residence….

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Finding a Slab Leak

One of the worst things that could happen to any homeowner is a building slab leak. Worse than that, is a building slab leak that has a crimp in the water line. If a pipe wears out over time, because the water pipes are old, that’s a lot different than any repairs that need to…

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Did you know that the average American uses 100 gallons of water per day?  In Bend, where we have often experienced water rationing, we all know how precious water can be. One way that you can reduce your usage is by installing high-efficiency plumbing fixtures in your home. High-efficiency plumbing fixtures use less water. These…

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