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Discover These Prevalent Plumbing Myths

Discover These Prevalent Plumbing Myths Fact or fiction? Myth or reality? Some of the things you know, or think you know about the plumbing system in your home may well be incorrect. Let’s take a look at debunking some popular plumbing myths. A Plunger Can Fix Any Clog This myth is false. A plunger can… Read more »

National Diabetes Awareness Month: News You Can Use

National Diabetes Awareness Month: News You Can Use Whether you have diabetes, or you have a family member or friend who has been diagnosed with the disease, diabetes touches many of us every day and shapes how we live our lives. National Diabetes Month, which happens every November, is dedicated to raising awareness about diabetes… Read more »

Get Organized This Fall and Make a List for Your Home

Get Organized This Fall and Make a List for Your Home As we transition from the warm summer months to the cooler autumn days, it’s important to make the time to organize our homes and prepare to spend more time indoors. This includes doing some cleaning, a little organizing, testing some important devices, and much… Read more »

4 Tips for National Resume Month

4 Tips for National Resume Month Looking for a job can be stressful. Trying to put together a resume that stands out might seem impossible. September is National Resume Month, and we include four tips that you can keep in mind when organizing your resume. The Benefits of an Online Resume An online resume offers… Read more »

August is Family Fun Month!

August is Family Fun Month! The warm, lazy days of summer offer many opportunities to enjoy time with the family. You don’t have to escape on a long, exotic vacation to have memorable times, enjoy the outdoors, and have new experiences. You can plan a variety of activities that provide fun, chances to learn new… Read more »

Ever Wondered About the Plumbing History in the U.S.?

Plumbing History Facts for Buildings in the Northeast Most Americans these days turn on the taps and flush the toilets in their bathrooms and kitchens without ever thinking twice about the water flowing through their homes. But this certainly wasn’t always the case, and indoor plumbing in America has really only been widespread since the twentieth century. In… Read more »