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can you flush cat poop down the toilet?

Can You Flush Cat Poop Down the Toilet?

While you love your cat, you probably don’t love handling its litter box and droppings. Cat owners are often looking for ways to make this essential chore a little easier and a little less smelly. Toxoplasma Gondii Most of the problems with disposing of cat litter down the toilet have to do with the parasites

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what to expect when repiping a house

What to Expect When Repiping a House

What happens if you need to replace all of the pipes in your home? Seriously damaged or very old pipes may need to be outright replaced. This can be a great thing for your everyday life. Imagine better water pressure, no more worrying about leaks and condensation, and better efficiency of several appliances. However, the

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parts of a home sewer system

Parts of a Home Sewer System

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Plumbing Solutions with this graphic. <a href=”https://plumbingsolved.com/parts-of-a-home-sewer-system/”><img src=”https://plumbingsolved.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/parts-of-a-home-sewer-system.jpg” alt=”parts of a home sewer system” 540px border=”0″ /></a> Where does the water go when it washes down the drain? Find out how your home’s sewer system works and discover what happens when each part develops a

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what is a sacrificial anode rod?

What is a Sacrificial Anode Rod?

When it comes to your water heater, it has a single primary function—it heats water. It does it fairly well, the majority of the time, and it by conducting the heat throughout the metal. It then warms up the water that goes through your house when the tap’s turned on. You also know that water

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4 Common Reasons for a Leaking Water Heater

You count on your water heater for giving you hot showers, hot water for doing dishes, for washing your clothes and more. So, when you see a leak around your water heater, you want to know where the leak is and why it’s happening. The good news is that it doesn’t always mean that you

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