Monthly Archives: April 2018

Plumbing Tips for Pet Lovers

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For homeowners who are also pet lovers, this article is for you! Have you thought how your plumbing at home can affect your pets and vice versa? We know that this is an interesting concept to consider, so we have gathered a few tips that you should take into consideration if you own pets:   … Read More

Water Pipes: Should They Be Insulated?

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For most homeowners, deciding whether their homes’ hot water pipes should be insulated is a fairly easy decision. When you can have effective insulating pipe sleeves for a few dollars, it is hard to resist the simple energy savings that will eventually pay off for the years to come. However, not all homeowners know about … Read More

Bathroom Upgrades You Won’t Regret Having

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Slip and fall accidents usually happen when you least expect them, but if there is one place you should expect to have an increased risk of an occurrence is the shower. Wet tiles and tubs can mean you are just one wrong move away from a fall that could lead to a serious injury.   … Read More

Why You Should Consider Walk-In Bathtubs

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Slipping in the shower or tub is always a dangerous possibility, even if you are sure that you are steady on your feet. If you struggle with balance or mobility, the combination of slick porcelain, water, and stepping over the threshold might just pose too high of a risk. Fortunately, there are accessories that can … Read More