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  1. Plumbing
    To anyone willing to help, I am not sure of the cause but I believe there is an obstruction. The Kitchen and adjacent bathroom have very poor hot water flow; the cold water is better. The bathroom on the 2nd floor seems to have normal hot and cold water flow. Additional observations...
  2. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    Our house sits at the bottom of a hill. During heavy storms we get a lot of water flowing down and through a 50' long dry creek bed (sloped apprx 1.6%) with rock and decorative boulders crowded into our small yard. The rock bed is being silted over + weeds and grass are thriving in it. A small...
  3. Plumbing
    Hello, I’m having some sediment problems and would like to know more about what I am dealing with before contacting the well company. The house and well is just under 4 years old. First, here is some of the relevant info of my well configuration, which is used for both domestic water and...
  4. Plumbing
    We have very little HOT water coming out of most of our sink and bathtub faucets. We believe that it is sediment from the hot water heater. We didn't know you were supposed to drain the water heater to get rid of sediment. Is there a way to flush this through the pipes or do we need to have...
  5. Plumbing
    We just bought a house in the southern US built in 2002 that sat unoccupied for a whole year. It has a well. The water at all faucets was UGLY for a couple weeks but has mostly cleared up after 3 months. Every time we open the outdoor hydrant it gushes black for a couple seconds, then rust...
  6. Plumbing
    A few weeks ago I noticed we were quickly losing water pressure at our kitchen sink. I pulled the original aerator and it was all clogged up with a turquoise colored sediment. I picked up a new aerator and all was well for a couple days. When I pulled that it too was clogged already! Today I...
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