Blog Posts in January, 2016

  • Water Treatment & the City of Columbus

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    27 Jan. 2016

    Do you ever wonder where your drinking water comes from? You may already be familiar with the water cycle- the process that takes water from the oceans to the clouds to the ground and back again. Cities "plug" into this natural cycle and collect ground and service water that we can eventually use. Water, Water, Everywhere There's a lot of water on the planet, but less than 1% of it ...
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  • Keeping Drains Clean and Avoiding Clogs

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    20 Jan. 2016

    You may not know you have a clogged drain until it's too late. The telltale signs of dirty water backing up in your sink can mean a slower moving kitchen or bathroom; few families have time for that. To avoid this frustrating and costly scenario, take some essential precautions and care for your drains. Avoid Putting Grease Down Drains Grease can build up in a drain and keep water from flowing ...
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  • How The Eco Plumbers Encourages YOU to Save Water!

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    13 Jan. 2016

    There are many things we can all do to save water on a daily basis. At Eco Plumbers, eco-friendliness isn't just something we practice for our customers and business, it's how we live. We are dedicated to making green choices in the office, on the job and in our personal lives. The importance of conservation is carried out in everything we do, and we want to pass that information on to our ...
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  • 5 Reasons You Should Get a Tankless Water Heater

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    7 Jan. 2016

    Your home's water heater impacts the comfort level in both the shower and bath, as well as your monthly utility bills. If a conventional water heater is the wrong size, you may run out of hot water too soon and be spending an excessive amount of money on constantly heating and reheating stored water. A tankless water heater takes care of those issues by only heating water when it's needed, ...
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