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This weekend’s winter storm left many North Carolinians frozen with snow on top of ice. Not only is it dangerous for travel and tree limbs, the cold can be crippling for your pipes. When water freezes, it […]

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The EnergyGuide label is important when shopping for an energy-efficient product.  The U.S. government requires manufacturer’s to affix the label to a variety of products to provide a way for consumers to compare the energy use of […]

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Most faucets work with a rubber or composition washer that closes onto a metal washer seat.  Over time, the washer will harden and crack or simply gets worn down.  This causes the faucet to leak.  You can […]

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