3 FREQUENT CAUSES OF SEDIMENT IN WELL WATER

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Residences that lie outside of municipal water systems commonly rely on wells to supply their home with fresh water. Not only do wells provide a measure of self-sufficiency, but many people even prefer the taste of well water to that of heavily-processed city water. Yet private wells can also be […]

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3 SPOOKY SOUNDS YOU MAY HEAR IN YOUR BATHROOM

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Your toilet and bathroom pipes are unlikely to draw your attention unless they’re malfunctioning, so it can be downright spooky when they start making odd sounds for seemingly no reason. Fortunately, strange gurglings and knockings tend to indicate not supernatural visitors, but rather plumbing problems that often have a simple […]

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SIGNS OF RESIDENTIAL SEWER LINE PROBLEMS

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Homes that utilize a municipal sewer system for waste management purposes use a large pipe, called a sewer line, that runs from the house, through the yard, and connects with the sewer at the street. These pipes are typically made of clay, cast iron, or plastic – while they are […]

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2 POSSIBLE REASONS YOUR WELL PUMP RUNS CONTINUOUSLY

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At the heart of every residential well system lies an electrical pump. The pump bears the responsibility of drawing water up from your well and into the pressure tank located inside of your home. Ideally, the pump should only have to run long enough to fill the pressure tank. Only […]

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