Posts Tagged ‘water’


Water Testing Helps Ensure Better Water For Homeowners

Homeowners use water for many purposes, including drinking, cooking, washing, heating, humidifying, flushing (the No. 1 use of water in a home) and their pets. Those are just a few reasons homeowners should make sure they understand what’s in their water. HousekeepingChannel.com – Articles

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High water causes big problems on 220th, 216th

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Where your water comes from

In Snohomish County, water is plentiful and cheap. Every home, business and industry needs it. Most of the county’s water comes from Spada Lake, high… HeraldNet.com Local News

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How’s the water? Ask Bill Lindsay

EDMONDS — The man’s quick, determined gait stood out at the Edmonds waterfront as he marched by the scattered beach chairs and strolling families… HeraldNet.com Local News

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Do You Know Where Your House is Wasting Water?

Each year, the average American home wastes more than 10,000 gallons of water on easy-to-fix household leaks. HousekeepingChannel.com – Articles

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State orders Everett to install water meters

EVERETT — Thousands of people who own homes built in Everett before the 1990s should expect big changes to their water bills in the next few… HeraldNet.com Local News

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Risks of Water, Fire, and Mold Damage

Life is full of surprises, and not all of them good! Depending on the severity of the incident, picking up the pieces and putting things back as they were can be a challenge many homeowners would rather avoid. HousekeepingChannel.com – Articles

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Storm brings outages, standing water, frustrating commute to county

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How to Determine What to Keep or Save After Water Damage Occurs

Whether you are the victim of a flood or your plumbing sprang a leak while you’re on vacation, The Clean Trust, formerly known as the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) offers some helpful suggestions on what to do. HousekeepingChannel.com – Articles

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Fix for tribes’ water woes

TULALIP — A key to the Tulalip Tribes’ future was half-a-mile long, green and waiting in the grass next to I-5. HeraldNet.com Local News

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