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Crazy Plumbing Facts – Plumbing Fun

Albert Einstein was made an honorary member of the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union after he had announced that he would be a plumber if he had to live his life all over again. In the technology capital of the world, Japan, some urinals have voice-activated flushing mechanisms.  The urinals respond to several commands, including “fire”. …

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6 Things You Need to Know About Your Garbage Disposals

It is no denial that garbage disposals are extremely helpful and efficient as it makes every kitchen’s jobs easier. Thus, it helps every homeowner to keep their kitchen smells fresh and diminish any harmful bacteria coming from their waste. Having garbage disposal takes all your worries about getting a clogged pipe because of food scraps …

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Luxurious Bathroom Redefined

Have you ever dreamt of having a luxury bathroom inside your home? You know having a classic set of tubs and sinks inside your bath space? Nowadays, for most of us, we do not consider our bathrooms just “utilitarian rooms.” They become a special place where we can retreat to for personal-care and tending our …

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What Causes a Faucet to Leak?

Your faucets are a very vital component in your home structure. And keeping them in good working condition is very important. A leaky faucet will not only disturbs your beauty sleep but will also rack up the water bill that could cause you hundreds of dollars. If left unrepaired, your faucet that is slowly dripping …

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Location of Water Shut-offs and Water Usage

An incredible step towards ensuring that your home is prepared for an emergency is knowing where your water shut-off valves are. Educating yourself on how and where to turn off your main water supply can help prevent severe problems. When a catastrophe happens, it’s essential to turn off your water shut-off valves. Calamities like earthquakes, …

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The Importance of Strapping your Water Heater

The goal of water heater strapping is to make sure that the water line and gas don’t become disconnected as a result of the water heater shaking back and forth. In the event of an earthquake, a water heater has the potential to move in any direction. According to the California Plumbing Code, you need …

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Automatic Earthquake Valve Installation and Gas Shutoff Guide

When you are living in California, experiencing earthquakes could be very common. Earthquakes are one of the most dangerous natural disasters, and can cause a lot of damage to your home, especially a high magnitude one. When an earthquake occurs, your home may be damaged; they can break a gas line or shut-off your gas …

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6 Plumbing Mistakes That Will Cost You Big

Our plumbing system is one of the most critical aspects of our house that we often have taken for granted. Most of the time, we wait for an issue to come up before we stop taking it for granted. Our plumbing system is just like our body’s health- it is a lot safer and cheaper …

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What is a pressure reducing valve (prv) and why do i have one?

I never heard someone says, “I couldn’t stand how strong the water pressure is in my house. I wish it wasn’t that high.” Most of the time, people complain about their water pressure when it is not coming out on the fixture strong enough for them. So, you might be wondering, why would we want …

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Fun facts about plumbing

As your “family plumber,” we at Caccia Plumbing always focused on taking your plumbing issues seriously, as if it were our own plumbing problem. However, we also recognize the funny and clever kinds of stuff around plumbing issues and the plumbing industry. Great plumbing companies typically have a fun and interesting history full of fascinating …

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