How to Deal with Residential Water Damage?

Answer Water damage starts slowly, mostly unnoticed by homeowners. Some things are just too troublesome and cause a great deal of distress and discomfort to us. The causes of water damage range from negli... Read More »

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Are you responsible for damage to personal property other than your own if water damage occurs in your apartment?

Answer If you were aware of a leak....informed no one, took no steps to repair or prevent the water from escaping your apartment and damaging your neighbor's are. However, if you ar... Read More »

What is the average lifespan of a residential electric water heater with softened water?

The lifespan of an electric water heater in a residential home is 5 to 7 years. With softened water, the water heater is more likely to last closer to 7 years, as water quality affects the lifespan... Read More »

What is the average water rate from a residential water hose?

A typical garden hose, one-half inch in diameter, delivers about nine gallons per minute. A larger 5/8" hose can deliver up to 17 gallons per minute. Even larger hoses are available that can deli... Read More »

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You might not have corneal damage, because you are able to read this, but if you have a friend or family member with corneal damage, you can change their life -- for the better! Read on...