It’s easy to assume that all household cleaners are safe, but have you ever looked at what exactly is in your cleaning products? Many cleaning products on the market contain toxins. However, because they aren’t products meant to be ingested, they don’t have to be regulated by the EPA. Although the intent is not to… Continue reading What’s Really in Your Household Cleaning Products?
Regular tap water is completely safe to drink, but if you are still looking to improve the quality of your water, you may have considered a water filtration system. There are a variety of ways to filter your home’s water such as distillation, reverse osmosis, ultraviolet disinfection, and carbon black filters. If you are looking… Continue reading What Kind of Water Filtration System Should I Get?
If you or someone you know has eczema, you know how difficult it can be to find relief. The cause of eczema is different for everyone, and in many cases it’s unknown, making it even harder to treat. Similarly, all bodies respond differently to each method of treatment. Topical creams, vitamins, avoiding certain foods, and… Continue reading Eczema and Hard Water
Leaking toilet or faucet Leaking toilets and toilets that continuously run are two very common plumbing issues. Although not major, they waste more water than you might think, and you will see it on your water bill. Leaking faucets are just as common and can waste up to 25 gallons of water per day. High… Continue reading Why is my water bill so high?
Plumbing will eventually malfunction; there’s no way to get around it. Just as your car requires regular maintenance, so does your home’s plumbing. Most plumbing systems are designed for durability, but they are not invincible. They still require annual maintenance to help prevent major issues down the line. The goal in a plumbing inspection is… Continue reading Is Regular Plumbing Maintenance Necessary?