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Fixing Leaks Saving Water Although most of the earth is covered with water, only 1% of that water is actually drinkable. In spite of its importance, drinkable water is often taken for granted. For many people, fresh water is as close as their faucets. This accessibility can give the illusion that the supply of drinkable water is unlimited. It also makes it easy for people to be unconcerned with all of the necessary treatment water undergoes prior to reaching their faucets....

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Minnesota Plumbing Repair Services | MN Plumber The City of Minneapolis has an ample supply of water from the Mississippi River, but it is important to find ways to conserve water whenever possible. The less water you use, the lower your utility bill will be. It will also help ensure that there will be plenty of water for all uses....

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MN Plumber Edina, Plymouth, Minnetonka MN How much water do you use every day in your home? Would you be surprised to learn that according to the USGS the average American uses between 80-100 gallons (approx. 300 – 375 liters) of water per day? It’s not the little leak that wastes water—it is the little leak that keeps on leaking that wastes water. And the fact that the leak is so little means that maybe you ignore it. ...

Water Treatments MN | Water Softening Sy...

Why Is Hard Water So Bad?  Water Treatments MN Learn what hard water is, where it comes from, and why it’s costing you money. The benefits of softened water in people’s daily lives are significant. Studies have shown how consumers can save money and energy by softening their water.  The results show that softened water might not only save consumers money but could also be environmentally friendly. They can reduce reliance on polluting fuels because of energy savings and help cut back on harmful detergents going into water streams....

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Water Heater Installation and Repair MN If your water heater is over ten years old it may be filled with sediment and corrosion that steals the heating capability of your water heater. Even worse, the extra energy used by older water heater models may be costing you in excess utility charges. We’ll improve the performance of your current water heater, or replace it with a new energy efficient hot water heater. ...

MN Plumbing Services – Saving Wate...

Why Is Conserving Water Important? Reducing our use of water will decrease water pollution, increase energy savings, and create more efficient use of our water resources. Too much water in an on-site sewage treatment system can flush untreated material through before organisms have a chance to break it down. If untreated material gets to the drainfield, the material can plug up the soil within the drainfield and shorten the life of your septic system....

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Extend The Life Of Your Sewer System Conserving water can also extend the life of your septic system by reducing soil saturation, and reducing any pollution due to leaks. Overloading municipal sewer systems can also cause untreated sewage to flow to lakes and rivers. The smaller the amount of water flowing through these systems, the lower the likelihood of pollution. In some communities, costly sewage system expansion has been avoided by community wide household water conservation....

Home Water Softeners & Water Treatm...

Minnesota Water Treatment In a recent study by independent research facility Battelle Memorial Institute, water softener systems were shown to be the key to efficiency of water heaters, major appliances, and plumbing fixtures. The study tested efficiency ratings of appliances over their expected lifespan using both hard and soft water. Study Shows Water Softeners Among ‘Very Best’ Household Energy Savers Here are some interesting test results: Gas water heaters maintained their original factory efficiency ratings over the 15-year lifespan when heating with softened...