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When to Fix a Noisy Water Heater

Think you have a bad water heater? Common signs of trouble include discolored water, leaking water, or little or no hot water. There may be odors, too, but noise is often an issue if you have a bad ...
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Having an Energy-Efficient Home in Kansas City

Are you designing a new home? Or, are you remodeling an existing one? Then again, perhaps you're simply looking to upgrade a few appliances in your home. In all of these situations, you have an ...
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Water Heater Repairs in Kansas City

Like all household appliances, water heaters don't last forever. As long as you're home, you're going to be running your hot water heater daily. After all, you NEED hot water to properly ...
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How to Insulate a Hot Water Heater

Just like insulating exposed plumbing pipes, the walls, and the roof, when you insulate your hot water heater tank, you're improving its efficiency and saving yourself money every month. If you ...
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Buying a New Home: Plumbing Inspections

Are you buying a new home? When we say "new," we're not necessarily talking about a brand new home, but a new home for you. If you put an offer in on a house, you're going to order a ...
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Is Your Water Heater Ready for the Fall?

As the kids return to school and everyone eases back into their back to work routines, the leaves begin to turn brown and the nights get a little bit chillier. During the summer, you may not think ...
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Gas Safety Tips for the Home

A large portion of America's homes rely on natural gas to heat water and cook food and to provide warmth during the fall and winter months. Natural gas is a clean, affordable resource, but in some ...
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Spring Cleaning Plumbing Tips

As the weather gets warmer, we have much to look forward to. Our lawns will be green again, flowers will be blooming, and the leaves on our trees will be lush and full, which not only provides shade, ...
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Plumbing Problems in Rented Homes

When you are the homeowner and you live in your own home, you should have a good understanding of how your plumbing system has been maintained over the years. After all, you and your family are the ...
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Your Handy Plumbing Checklist

Plumbing is one of those modern-day conveniences that we rarely think about until we have a problem. But, as we all know nothing says pain in the neck more than a plugged toilet or a broken garbage ...
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Save Energy: Insulate Your Hot Water Heater

Just as you should insulate your plumbing pipes, your walls and roof, insulating your hot water heater is an easy and inexpensive way to improve efficiency and save money each month. If you have a new ...
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Is Your Plumbing Ready for the Holidays?

Now that the air has gotten cooler and the leaves have turned brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red, it means that the holidays have officially arrived. What does the holiday season mean to you? ...
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Should I Insulate My Water Heater Tank?

If you're a homeowner, you've probably put some thought into the insulation in your walls and roof. What about your hot water tank, can insulation help you save energy and money there too? The ...
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When to Replace a Water Heater

Your water heater has passed its expected lifespan, should you have it replaced? Or, should you just wait until you don't have any more hot water? This is a question that we hear a lot and it ...
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Why Isn't My Shower Getting Hot?

If you're like most people, you like the ability to take a hot shower whenever you want. Even if you enjoy lukewarm showers, other members of your household may prefer hotter showers, and that is ...
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When Do I Need to Replace My Hot Water Heater?

With a working hot water heater, we can take nice hot showers, we can properly clean and sterilize our dishes, and we can wash our dirty laundry. We can all agree that one of the greatest inventions ...
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Why Does My Sink Smell Like Rotten Eggs?

It is not uncommon for homeowners to encounter unpleasant odors in their household sinks or water, and when they do, they want to go to the source of the problem and find out what is causing their ...
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Ways to Save Money on Your Water Heating Bill

Hot water is important year-round as it allows you to take comfortable showers, it allows you to properly clean and sanitize your dishes, and wash dirty laundry. While hot water is considered a ...
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How to Conserve Heat This Winter

Reducing the level of heat in your home can be not only beneficial for your wallet, but can also help lessen your impact on the planet. In many cases, the cost of utilities take up a significant ...
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How to Flush a Hot Water Heater

The water heater in your home serves an important purpose by keeping your water heated. Many people do not take the time to think about their water heater until it stops working. If your water heater ...
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How to Install a New Water Heater Dip Tube

If your hot shower abruptly became icy cold this morning, then you probably have a defective water heater dip tube. The good news is, a broken dip tube needs only a simple fix. What is the dip tube? ...
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Summer Plumbing Tips

Kansas City Plumber Last weekend marked the official beginning of summer, and as time rushes on, it can be all too easy to let certain maintenance tasks fall by the wayside. Unfortunately for many ...
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How to Keep Your Water Heater Free from Rust

Water Heater Maintenance Tips If your water heater's tank is like most others, it is made of steel, but there is also a layer of glass. If water seeps through that glass though, then rust will ...
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Shutting Off the Gas to Your Home

Just as it is important for you to know how to shut off the water supply to your house at the main water valve, you need to be prepared for an emergency by knowing how to shut off the gas around your ...
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Spring Plumbing Tips

No matter how hesitantly it has come, spring is officially here, and it will soon be time to start spring cleaning. This can include a much-needed cleaning and maintenance of your plumbing. You may ...
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