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Are you dealing with a dripping faucet, low water pressure, or clogged pipe? You’re probably tempted to call a professional plumber, and with good reason. Homeowners usually don’t have the necessary skills for a DIY plumbing job. They can even make matters worse in the end, triggering thousands of dollars in property and personal damage. Below are plumbing tips that every homeowner should know. Maybe one of these tips will save you from making a costly plumbing mistake.

South Shore Plumbing Tips

South Shore Plumbing Tip of the Week

Help the Earth by using less water!

In honor of Earth Day 2021, we thought we'd share tips on how to conserve water in your home.

There are a number of things you can do to help save water, including showering less (ummmmm??) as well as changing out your fixtures to low-flow products (preferred)!

A standard toilet is the biggest water waster in the house, with some older models using up to 6 gallons per flush.

Newer low-flow toilets do the same job, but use 1.5 gallons of water...a huge saving!

 

Ask us about how easy it is to go low-flow
and help save the earth!

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Don't damage your plumbing  system with store-bought products.

Store-bought drain cleaners are made to not only break down the clog, but they can also damage plumbing systems, can be unpredictable if combined with other products or equipment, AND can burn skin, irritate eyes, and hurt lungs.

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