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Have you heard? Next couple of nights temperatures are going to be in the teen's! Make sure those pipes don't freeze by leaving cabinet doors open to let the air circulate to the pipes or leave the cold water running so it's dripping and doesn't have a chance to sit and freeze. ... See MoreSee Less

Have you heard?   Next couple of nights temperatures are going to be in the teens!   Make sure those pipes dont freeze by leaving cabinet doors open to let the air circulate to the pipes or leave the cold water running so its dripping and doesnt have a chance to sit and freeze.

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Don't forget this weekend Daylight savings time ends. Be sure to set your clocks back one hour! It is a good reminder to check your batteries in your smoke detectors as well. ... See MoreSee Less

Dont forget this weekend Daylight savings time ends.  Be sure  to set your clocks back one hour!   It is a good reminder  to check  your batteries in your smoke detectors as well.

Don't forget to stop by Mark Tango Plumbing tomorrow, at 45 High Street, from 4-5:30, for trick or treating! We can't wait to see all the fun costumes! ... See MoreSee Less

Dont forget to stop by Mark Tango Plumbing tomorrow, at 45 High Street, from 4-5:30, for trick or treating!  We cant wait to see all the fun costumes!

DID YOU KNOW???

Since 1963, there has been enough copper piping installed in American homes to wrap around the Earth 200 times – about 5.3 million miles worth.

Think a leaky faucet is no big deal? Think again. A faucet that drips just once per second can waste more than 3,000 gallons of water per year.

The toilet is flushed more times during the Super Bowl halftime than any other time during the year.

The Tremont Hotel in Boston became the country’s first hotel to incorporate indoor plumbing in 1829.
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DID YOU KNOW??? 

Since 1963, there has been enough copper piping installed in American homes to wrap around the Earth 200 times – about 5.3 million miles worth.

Think a leaky faucet is no big deal? Think again. A faucet that drips just once per second can waste more than 3,000 gallons of water per year.

The toilet is flushed more times during the Super Bowl halftime than any other time during the year.

The Tremont Hotel in Boston became the country’s first hotel to incorporate indoor plumbing in 1829.
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