Is your faucet pressure not what it used to be? Unscrew the nozzle and clear out the aerator (the little screen at the end of the faucet). While you are there, check for a worn washer at the spout. Both a worn washer and a dirty aerator can cause low flow. (If you find white flecks of plasticy stuff in your aerator it’s a sign that your water heater is falling apart).
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Sunday, October 28th 2018
Winterize your home
Whatever happened to global warming? We are just into winter and we have had temps in the 20’s already. Stop already. It’s too early to be worried about my pipes freezing. I know I have already let my pipes drip all night just in case the temps plunge too low. I have also shut off and drained the outside...Continue Reading