water heater maintenance
3 Ways to Extend the Life of a Water Heater

Neglect can take years off your water heater’s lifespan, causing it to fail early and leave you with a big mess and a surprise expense. With just a few simple steps, you can extend the life of a water heater and get more value out of this appliance. Choose a Moderate Temperature Setting While it

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Why is My Toilet Gurgling?

The sound of a toilet gurgling is more than an annoyance. This noise suggests there’s trouble brewing in your plumbing system. By finding and solving the problem quickly, you can avoid a messy backup. Issues With the Pipes If your sewer lines were recently cleaned, there may be air in your pipes. To release trapped

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dust in home
3 Tips For Controlling Indoor Dust

Dust might not be the worst indoor air pollutant, but it can still degrade your indoor air quality and make you uncomfortable. Thanks to the Los Angeles area’s heavy traffic, indoor dust can also carry heavy metals and other contaminants from road dust. With a few simple changes, you can make sure dust doesn’t linger

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How Does an Anti-Scald Faucet Work?

By preventing excessively hot water flow, anti-scald devices protect your family from serious injury and can even save lives. They’re especially important if your household includes young children or an adult who might have difficulty controlling the faucet handles. As an added benefit, they also keep your water temperature constant so you aren’t always fiddling

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3 Signs You Have a Water Leak in the Bathroom

The Greater Los Angeles area’s warm weather isn’t enough to prevent water damage from leaky pipes and fixtures. While signs you have a water leak somewhere in your bathroom aren’t always obvious, they’re rarely hard to find. Damaged Surfaces Normal heat and steam from hot water shouldn’t damage your ceiling, walls, and floors. Water from leaks, however,

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Know Your Toilet: How the Flapper Works and When to Replace It

You may not give your toilet flapper much thought, but this little component is essential for keeping your toilet working the way it should. Knowing when and how to replace it will help you avoid trouble with your toilet. Knowing when and how to replace it will help you avoid trouble with your toilet. Your

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How To Prevent Scale Buildup In Household Pipes

Grease and grime aren’t the only things that can block your pipes. If you have hard water, which many households in the Los Angeles area do, mineral scale buildup is another threat. To prevent clogged drains, take steps to keep the scale to a minimum. Flush the Scale Away An annual cleaning helps prevent clogged drains

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Safety
Coronavirus: Staying Safe and Healthy with Adeedo!

UPDATE 3/23: Adeedo! is considered part of our community’s ESSENTIAL WORKFORCE, and therefore, remains open for service. As our community, and those around the world, are struggling with Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are closely monitoring updates and recommendations from the CDC and our local health officials. We know you rely on us when emergencies happen and, as always, we […]

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How Can Tree Roots Impact Your Plumbing?

The trees in your yard do more than provide shade and beauty to your landscape. On the not-so-great side, they can have a huge impact on your plumbing system. Tree roots naturally seek water, and one reliable water source is through the pipes bringing water in and out of your home. Any small leak in […]

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Do You Know What Your Pipes Are Made Of?

The material that your pipes are made of can make a difference in your plumbing bill, the comfort of your home or business, and your health. There are several types of plumbing pipes including lead, galvanized steel, copper, PVC and PEX.   Lead is malleable enough to be curved or bent around minor construction imperfections. […]

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