DIY Tips From the Warner Service Blog

12 Things That Could Be Wrong With Your Water

Posted by Warner Service on Feb 2, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Clean, safe water smells and tastes like nothing. A good Rule of Thumb for your home’s water system is that if it smells or tastes like anything, call a plumbing professional.

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, appliances, water use, water conservation, faucet leaks

Does Your Home Need Water Filtration Or Softening?

Posted by Warner Service on Jan 23, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Many homeowners wonder, “What’s best for my home, water softeners or a water filtration system?” The answer depends on what’s already in your water when you drink, cook, bathe, and wash laundry.

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, water use, water conservation

7 Warning Signs Of Poor Water Quality

Posted by Warner Service on Jan 12, 2018 9:00:00 AM

 

The health effects from ingesting contaminated water include nausea, vomiting, cramps, diarrhea, and other stomach illnesses. To avoid drinking poor water, look out for these warning signs outlined by the experts at Warner Service in Frederick, Maryland:

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, water use, water conservation

Which Water Treatment System Is Right For You?

Posted by Warner Service on Jan 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

 

According to a 2009 study done by the Environmental Working Group, a nonprofit, non-partisan environmental health organization, more than 300 chemicals and pollutants thrive in tap water.

These contaminants include volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from agricultural runoff, as well as heavy metals, like lead, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and fluoride.

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Topics: Plumbing, environmentally friendly products, appliances, water use, buying recommendations, water conservation

4 Strong Benefits Of Water Treatment Systems

Posted by Warner Service on Jan 2, 2018 9:00:00 AM

A water treatment system in your home is designed to improve the quality of water that your family receives by eliminating hard water, excess minerals, and more. Check out why you should invest in water treatment systems:

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing tips, appliances, water use, water conservation

How To Solve 4 Of The Most Common Drainage System Problems

Posted by Warner Service on Nov 28, 2017 9:00:00 AM

All it takes is one overnight storm to leave you reeling over your residential plumbing.

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Topics: Maintenance, Plumbing, do it yourself, water conservation, leak prevention

Drainage System Basics For Beginners

Posted by Warner Service on Oct 13, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The first thing to know is that the supply and drainage subsystems are two distinct operations without overlap. Bridges between the two exist, but the bridges are what make the system worth having. In plumbing jargon, any bridge between the supply and drainage subsystems is a fixture.

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Topics: Plumbing, plumbing terms, appliances, water use, water conservation, bathroom

How The Laundry Scrubber Immediately Benefits Your Home

Posted by Warner Service on Sep 19, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

Do you wish to save money on household items? Do you want to use less hot water for your family’s laundry? Are you trying to help the environment?

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Topics: Plumbing, energy savings, eco friendly, appliances, water use, buying recommendations, water conservation

58 Simple Ways For Your Business To Save Money

Posted by Warner Service on Aug 19, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Did you know that, according to Duke Energy, “energy vampires are devices that use electricity even when they are turned off? Together they can account for up to 20 percent of your electric bill.” That’s quite the pretty penny.

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Topics: Air Conditioning, HVAC, Saving Energy, electric bill, tips, eco friendly, appliances, do it yourself, water conservation, green tips, bathroom, thermostats

Toilet Anatomy 201: The Advanced Plumbing Edition

Posted by Warner Service on Jul 1, 2016 8:30:00 AM

In Warner Service’s prerequisite blog, Toilet Anatomy 101, readers learned about the basic components to toilets. From the toilet bowl to the toilet tank and back, toilets can be hard to understand, especially when you’re trying to diagnose a problem or two. To continue your plumbing education, here’s our guide to a few more advanced toilet terms:

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Topics: Maintenance, Plumbing, plumbing terms, water conservation, leak prevention