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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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Leaky Faucets and Running Toilets Equals Money Down the Drain Reducing our use of water will decrease water pollution, increase energy savings, and create more efficient use of our water resources. Too much water in an on-site sewage treatment system can flush untreated material through before organisms have a chance to break it down. If untreated material gets to the drain field, the material can plug up the soil within the drain field and shorten the life of the septic system....

Truth-in-Housing Plumbing Inspection Min...

Plumbing Inspection MN | MN Plumber They say the most important thing about buying a home is location. While finding the right area to live in is extremely important, there also are other factors to consider when buying a home, especially if it’s your first home. Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments of your life, and it can be a difficult process. ...

Buying or Selling A Home – Get A P...

Why You Need A Home Inspection I can’t speak highly enough about the inherent value of a good home inspection.  You find the home of your dreams, walk through it, picture yourself living there, and get excited over the prospect of closing day. Unfortunately, many houses may hold dark secrets.  I’m not talking about a decaying corpse in the attic or the fact that it is built on an old Indian burial ground (watch POLTERGEIST to see how that one turns out).  ...

MN Plumbing Services – Saving Wate...

Why Is Conserving Water Important? Reducing our use of water will decrease water pollution, increase energy savings, and create more efficient use of our water resources. Too much water in an on-site sewage treatment system can flush untreated material through before organisms have a chance to break it down. If untreated material gets to the drainfield, the material can plug up the soil within the drainfield and shorten the life of your septic system....

Maintaining Your Septic System Guide For...

Extend The Life Of Your Sewer System Conserving water can also extend the life of your septic system by reducing soil saturation, and reducing any pollution due to leaks. Overloading municipal sewer systems can also cause untreated sewage to flow to lakes and rivers. The smaller the amount of water flowing through these systems, the lower the likelihood of pollution. In some communities, costly sewage system expansion has been avoided by community wide household water conservation....