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Making Wise Choices When it Comes to Supplements

If you made a resolution to try to live healthier in the upcoming year, you’re not alone.

But if your healthy living plan includes taking a new supplement, there are some things you need to know first. > Read More

Preventing Frozen Pipes

Pipes in exterior walls as well as unheated crawl spaces and attics can be vulnerable to freezing during cold temperatures.

Learn what you can do to protect against frozen water lines. > Read More

Identifying Lead Free Certification Marks on Plumbing Products

New regulations took effect on January 4, 2014 limiting the amount of lead allowed in plumbing products sold in the U.S.

Download a copy of the Lead Free Certification Marks guide to learn the meaning of today’s new product markings.

January is Radon Action Month

While radon is known to negatively impact indoor air quality in 1 of every 15 homes across the U.S. today, did you know it can also have an effect on the quality of some private well water supplies?

Learn more about this dangerous gas and what steps you can take to protect against it. > Read More

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