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Showers - If the water pressure is very poor in your shower it may be due to lime-scale build up. If you live in a hard water area
you should clean your shower heads every three months or so. If the scale is too bad it may be an idea to get either a new hose, or
a new shower head.
Leaky Cistern - A clever way of checking to see if your cistern is leaking is to put in some food coloring.
Sinks - If you are using a plunger, trying to unblock a blocked sink, cover up the overflow holes with a damp cloth. This helps build
up the pressure.
Toilet - When bringing up to the nightmare of plumbing problems, the daddy of them all equals the overflowing
toilet. There’s nothing enjoyable about it. To fix an overflowing toilet, the 1st matter you had better do is push the tank stopper
belt down to the valve seat and keep pressing on it. The tank stopper and valve seat are found inside the toilet tank. And then, you
should at once turn off the valve underneath the toilet. This is the water shut-off valve. Whenever you feel unnecessary ambitiousness,
you can always attempt to unclog the toilet with a plunger rather than calling your local plumber.
SAVE $ - Try setting your
thermostat between 72°F and 78°F. Each degree setting above 78°F will increase your energy consumption by approximately 8%. As you
can see, that can add up to a lot of money over a year.
SAVE $ - Try to not use a dehumidifier at the same time your air conditioner
is operating. The dehumidifier will increase the cooling load and force the air conditioner to work harder, which in turn increases
your utility bill.
SAVE $ - Check your unit’s air filter once a month and clean or replace filters as necessary. Keeping the
filter clean can lower your air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5% to 15%.
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