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Minnesota Plumbing Repair Services | MN Plumber The City of Minneapolis has an ample supply of water from the Mississippi River, but it is important to find ways to conserve water whenever possible. The less water you use, the lower your utility bill will be. It will also help ensure that there will be plenty of water for all uses....

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Plumbing Repair MN | Repair Dripping Faucets and Leaky Toilets The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that 11,000 gallons of water are wasted each year from running toilets, dripping faucets and other plumbing leaks in the home. Most of these leaks are easily fixed and could save you hundreds of dollars on your water bill. A certified plumber has the knowledge and skills to troubleshoot and fix any leaks in your home....

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Plumbing Service and Repair MN | Minnesota Plumber Household plumbing maintenance issues can seem like just an irritating thing that you might get to sometime. But every drip drip drip of water that goes down the drain is water that you pay for each month. A leaky faucet or toilet that runs can add up to gallons and gallons of water every month literally down the drain....

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Leaky Water Pipe, Faucet, Toilet Repair Minneapolis MN | MN Plumber As a society, we have become more and more environmentally conscious and better informed about the effect our lifestyles can have on the world around us. Yet, the demand for our most valuable natural resource—drinking water—continues to grow while local supplies can be threatened by drought conditions. Water conservation shouldn’t be something we think about only during a drought. As the competition for our most precious natural resource grows, let’s make conserving water an everyday part of...

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MN Plumber Edina, Plymouth, Minnetonka MN How much water do you use every day in your home? Would you be surprised to learn that according to the USGS the average American uses between 80-100 gallons (approx. 300 – 375 liters) of water per day? It’s not the little leak that wastes water—it is the little leak that keeps on leaking that wastes water. And the fact that the leak is so little means that maybe you ignore it. ...

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Water Treatment Systems MN | Improve The Quality Of Your Drinking Water The following are various types of water quality improvement systems, which may or may not apply to your particular water problems. Discuss the options available to you with your water quality improvement professional: Carbon Filtration Distillation Ion-exchange Demineralization Ion-exchange Softening Iron or Oxidizing Filtration Neutralizing Filtration Ozone Pot Feeders or Chemical Feed Pumps Reverse Osmosis Sand Filtration Sediment Filtration Ultra-violet Sterilization ...

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Kitchen and Bathroom Drain Plumbing Cleaning Tips All plumbing systems develop clogs—there’s simply no way to avoid it. If you look around your house, there are a variety of different drains that need to be kept clean so that they work properly. Some clogs can be especially nasty and can emit horrible odors. Clogged drains can lead to much bigger problems like house flooding and mold problems if not fixed soon. To keep your home’s plumbing system running smoothly, it’s best to avoid clogged drains by adhering to some practical rules....

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Get A Plumbing Inspection Before You Put Your Home On The Market Buying a home is one of the most important purchases you will make in your lifetime, so you should be sure that the home you want to buy is in good condition. A home inspection is an evaluation of a home’s condition by a trained expert. During a home inspection, a qualified inspector takes an in-depth and impartial look at the property you plan to buy. In most cases, the inspection procedure involves the inspection of the home’s interior structure, water heating system, roof,basement, heating or...

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Buying A Home and The Home Inspection Process Is the house you’re buying physically fit? Is it well built? Is the furnace in good condition? How’s the wiring? Is your plumbing system sound? The best way to find out if a home has any serious defects is to get a professional home inspection—before you buy. Here’s some information about home inspections and how to use the results....

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Plumbing Inspection MN | MN Plumbing Inspection The biggest mistake that most Home Sellers make is waiting for the Buyer’s Home Inspection to assess the condition of their home. One of the main reasons that home purchase transactions fall apart is due to defects and/or issues that are discovered during the course of the buyer’s home inspection. Why wait until the last minute to see what issues may come up in a buyer’s inspection that may become stumbling blocks just before going to closing. ...

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