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Feb, 2018

Remodeling Your Home Should Start with Your Water

By: Thea Nixon | Published: 14 Feb, 2018 | Updated: 23 Apr, 2018

The home remodeling season is in full swing, as home shows advertise around the northwestern Pennsylvania area. The winter of 2018 may have wrought changes not readily apparent to the eye, but if you are considering a kitchen or bathroom remodeling project, you will want to pay closer attention to hard water’s effects on your appliances, showers, sinks, and tubs. This season it may be time to remodel more than a room of your home. Make 2018 the time to remodel your WATER! Once and for all get rid of […]

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Feb, 2017

What is Causing My Smelly Water?

By: Thea Nixon | Published: 27 Feb, 2017

Smelly water has a handful of common causes, depending on the smell. The usual odors are sulfur (aka “the rotten egg smell”), sewage, and chlorine bleach, which are caused by naturally occurring anaerobic bacteria and chemicals that accumulate in wells, water heaters, pipes, and sinks. Decaying organic matter (i.e. your hair, soaps, or food waste) can also cause your water to smell bad. Why does my water smell like sulfur? The common source of smelly water is water heaters. Anaerobic bacteria that naturally occur in water can react with the […]

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