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Signs of Water Damage in the Home | Detecting Water Damage

Friday, November, 10th, 2017 at 6:00 AM by vscontent

Water damage is one of the most common forms of home damage, which all too often goes unnoticed. You may think that damage caused by water is easy to detect, but many homeowners go years before noticing any signs of water damage. When they do notice water damage signs, it’s often been going on behind the scenes for years. The longer you wait to inspect your home for water damage, the worse it gets. When [Read More...]

Top 6 Plumbing Maintenance Tips for the Home

Friday, October, 20th, 2017 at 6:00 AM by Gold Medal

Plumbing emergencies seem to come at the worst times. As we head into the holiday season, you may be familiar with Brown Friday. The day known to most Americans as Black Friday has a different moniker for plumbers. Due to the inordinate amount of plumbing service calls the day after Thanksgiving (normally plumbers’ busiest day of the year), most plumbers refer to this day as Brown Friday for obvious reasons. But it’s not just clogged [Read More...]

What is a Water Heater Anode Rod and When Should I Replace It?

Friday, October, 13th, 2017 at 6:00 AM by Gold Medal

Water heater sacrificial anode rods are metal rods generally screwed into the top of the tank that attract corrosive elements in the water. They are “sacrificed” for the healthy survival of your steel-lined water heating tank. As a general rule, magnesium anode rods work better than aluminum/zinc anode rods, but don’t last as long. In any case, anode rods are essential for protecting your tank from corrosion, but they eventually wear out after around 3-5 [Read More...]

7 Benefits of Taking Cold Showers

Friday, February, 3rd, 2017 at 6:00 AM by Gold Medal

It’s winter and one thing we need a lot of during this time is heat. Whether we’re cranking the furnace, baking warm goods, using a portable heater, or taking hot baths, we’re using more heat now than we will during the rest of the year. Every day of the year, however, we rely on one thing in particular to be heated—our shower. A hot shower is a daily luxury that is easily taken for granted. [Read More...]

How to Adjust Your Hot Water Heater Temperature

Friday, January, 13th, 2017 at 6:00 AM by Gold Medal

Lowering your water heater temperature is one way to make substantial energy conscious changes this winter. This recommended energy savings project is your DIY answer for annual energy reduction, lower costs, and less scalding. Nearly all water heaters are pre-set to 140° Fahrenheit — much hotter than is necessary. If you have young children and are worried about them being scalded when using the hot water faucet, you’re not alone. 140° water increases the risk [Read More...]

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