The chemical element, copper, holds the title of many firsts, including the first metal to be used by humans, the first metal to be smelted from its core, the first metal to be cast into a shape in a mold, and the first metal to be purposefully alloyed with another metal (tin) to create bronze. Since 8,000 BC, copper has been a staple to our thriving civilization, in more ways than one. Continue reading
A big portion of plumbing is the act of cutting, bending, and connecting pipe. The traditional methods of pipe joining generally include brazing, soldering, and welding. But traditions were meant to be broken. Continue reading
Did you know that up to 50 percent of the water we use outside is not necessary to maintain a healthy landscape? (Highlight to tweet) Reduce your outdoor water consumption during the hot, dry summer months with these five tips on how to use water wisely.
- Set up your sprinklers correctly: When you setup your sprinklers to water your lawn and plants this summer, Continue reading
Your home’s plumbing system could benefit from a little TLC from someone other than the plumber every once in a while. Due to the change of seasons, aging water infrastructure, and everyday use of your pipes, it doesn’t take much for them to slip up unexpectedly. (highlight to tweet) Show your pipes that you care by putting the following plumbing advice to work: Continue reading
Where there is water, there is life. On Earth, there is no truer statement, as every plant, animal, and human being is dependent on this resource. Imagine the chaos that could incur if water is taken away from us, like it has for certain residents of Flint, MI. Continue reading
Your bathroom is where you go to get clean, do your business and get out. But what if we told you that your typical daily bathroom routines are costing you time, money and negatively impacting our planet? Are you ready to learn exactly what you’re doing wrong in the bathroom? Continue reading