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FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1992
Serving the Monterey Bay Area from Aptos to Carmel Valley and Our Surrounding Communities
831-917-4009
License No. 651465
Serving the Monterey Bay Area from Aptos to Carmel Valley and Our Surrounding Communities
831-917-4009
License No. 651465

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Trouble shooting Your Gas-Powered Water Heater

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Unlike some other gas-powered appliances, a gas-powered water heater is only usable with its specific type of gas, whether that's natural gas or propane; you can't switch between the two and expect it to work well. Using propane for a gas-powered water heater, for example, can be quite hazardous.

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The Sacrificial Anode and Rust: Should You Replace Your Old Water Heater Now?

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If your old water heater still heats hot water and delivers it to you promptly, you may choose to you’re your current appliance instead of replacing it. Although water heaters can last 10 years or longer, your appliance can experience problems, including excessive rust, as it approaches the end of its lifespan.

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Caring for Your Garbage Disposal

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Your garbage disposal can save you so much time and effort when it comes to cleaning up after a meal. But if you want it to keep operating properly, it's important to treat it with respect. Many homeowners have to call the plumber to repair their clogged, leaking, or broken garbage disposals, and while repairs are usually possible, it's best to avoid damage in the first place. Follow these tips to keep your garbage disposal in great shape.

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Protect Your Main Sewer Line to Avoid Costly, Damaging Backups

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Your main sewer line is a pipe that leads from your home to the public sewer pipe, which typically runs under or alongside your street. In most jurisdictions, the main sewer line is considered property of the homeowner, so if it breaks or gets clogged, you're responsible for repairs.

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