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The holidays are a great opportunity to relax with your family and forget about the daily stresses that come with your normal routine. It is easy to be in such a hurry packing and getting everyone in the family ready for a trip, that you don't think about how to save on electricity when going out of town for the holidays.
Most of the time, plumbing problems manifest themselves in relatively simple, non-urgent issues like a slow-draining sink or a toilet that needs a quick plunge or two. On the other hand, you may sometimes face some downright emergencies that result in large amounts of water leaking in the house, a lack of water flow or drainage to the entire house, or a total breakdown of major water fixtures.
Your kitchen dishwasher can be a great time-saving appliance. But are you using it properly? See tips on what to do and what not to do with your kitchen dishwasher.
Reducing your water consumption doesn't have to equate to making huge sacrifices or not showering for a week.
Most people dread the hottest months of the year. From relying more heavily on our air conditioners to saturating our yards to prevent our lawns from dying to taking seemingly 10 showers a day to de-sweat ourselves, we spend a lot of money keeping our homes and ourselves cool every summer.