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Is your refrigerator leaking water?

Why Is My Refrigerator Leaking Water?

Most people take it for granted that the fridge in their home works perfectly. We assume that it will keep things at the right temperature and run properly. When you see a puddle underneath the refrigerator, it can be frustrating.…

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when was plumbing invented

When Was Indoor Plumbing Invented?

Your indoor plumbing is not necessarily a recent innovation. Whenever humans began moving into cities throughout history, they would work to build an efficient sanitation system. Whenever plumbing infrastructure was lacking, there were numerous incidences of disease outbreaks. In this…

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What Are The Most Common Plumbing Problems?

IT Landes Home Service Team provides homeowners in Baltimore and central Pennsylvania with peace of mind when plumbing problems happen. If you have a plumbing problem, the cost of repairs may cause you even more stress. Fortunately, many plumbing problems…

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Blog The Main Plumbing Problems in the Summer

The Main Plumbing Problems in the Summer

Plumbing problems can happen at any time throughout the year. That said, homeowners should be on the lookout for specific problems that pop up during particular seasons. The winter likely draws the most significant concerns. Once the temperature drops below…

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5 Reasons to Buy Water Softener

5 Reasons to Install a Water Softener

Your water may be riddled with hard minerals like calcium and magnesium. Although you can't see these minerals when you look at a glass of tap water, you can certainly notice their effects around your home. To reduce hard water…

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How Does a Water Softener System Work?

Water softeners are electrical appliances that remove minerals from hard water. Without a water softener, a homeowner will have challenges with scum in the bathroom and kitchen, damaged appliances, and dry hair and skin. The United States Geological Survey estimates…

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How to Winterize House Plumbing

The winter weather can be too harsh on the plumbing systems, and when neglected, your pipes might freeze. As a result, the pipes can burst, resulting in catastrophic water damage and costly repairs. It's therefore essential to have your home…

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Low Water Pressure

Why Is My Water Pressure So Low?

The average water pressure at your home's inlet valve should be somewhere between 40-50 psi. When you get used to normal water pressure, it becomes pretty easy to notice even the slightest drop in the pressure. Water pressure issues can…

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