When dealing with a water heater, it’s important to keep safety in mind. Water that comes out of the heater is factory set to 125 degrees; this is hot enough to scald skin. Adjustments can bring he water to in excess of 180 degrees. Water heaters are designed to control the flow of gas or… Read More
Old or worn-out toilet flappers can cause leaks. Flappers are inexpensive rubber parts that can build up minerals or decay over time. Replacing them can be a quick and easy fix for your water woes. WaterSense Bath Hack #3 shows how easy it is to Replace Your Leaky Toilet Flapper Tip: Bring the old flapper… Read More
First, find the water meter in your house. Typically found in the basement or mechanical room, it will be on the main water line coming into your home. The numbers in the box represent either gallons or cubic feet of water used in your home. Check your meter when no one is using any… Read More
The average household's water leaks can account for nearly 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year and ten percent of homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons or more per day. Common types of leaks found in the home are worn toilet flappers, dripping faucets, and other leaking valves. These types of leaks are often… Read More
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