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How Your Water Heater May Affect Your Energy Bill

You depend on your water heater for various daily tasks, including cooking, laundry, and bathing. The frequent use of your water heater directly affects your monthly utility bills. Your water heater can account for almost 20% of the energy used for a home with a tank water heater. If your water heater is taking longer […]

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Why You Need a Water Softener in Pennsylvania

If you’ve ever felt a film of residue left on your skin after taking a shower or emptied the dishwasher to find spots on your glassware, you have encountered hard water. Hard water refers to how much dissolved calcium and magnesium are in your water. The higher the level of these minerals, the harder your […]

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How To Prevent Frozen Pipes in Pennsylvania

With winter temperatures in Pennsylvania dipping well below freezing, it’s important to take steps to prevent your pipes from freezing. Frozen pipes can cause significant damage to your home and can be costly to repair. You can do several things to help prevent your pipes from freezing. Read on for helpful tips and learn more […]

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Well Water vs. City Water in Carbon County

Every property needs clean water. Many residents in Carbon County and the surrounding region can choose whether they want city water or well water for their home’s water source. Is one option better than the other? This article will look at the differences between city water and well water. We’ll also consider the cost associated […]

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No Water in Your Home? Here’s What You Need To Do

You rely on your home’s plumbing system daily for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and more. When water stops flowing, it can certainly feel like an emergency. There are several reasons why you might lose the flow of water. It’s important to know what to do in this situation and understand what the underlying cause could be. […]

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Should I Replace My Furnace and AC at the Same Time?

Your furnace and air conditioning units are integral to keeping your home comfortable. With both units built to last, most modern furnaces and air conditioners last up to 15 years with regular maintenance. Although they’re different pieces of machinery made to do opposing processes, they’re much more connected than you may think. When it’s time […]

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