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    Summer Solstice

    Last time we talked a bit about the inspections that should be done in the spring. Well, summer just happened. Let that sink in for a minute. Spring has passed you by and before you know it, it is time to change the calendar. Today at approximately 3:34 the summer solstice…does something. It is not really clear what happens but the day is the longest of the year. It sounds good when you can tell…Read More

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    More Causes of Slab Leaks

    This is the last blog in the series about slab leaks. Homes in Southern California suffer from slab leaks and with the tips from our earlier blogs, and your diligence, you will know how to look for and identify slab leaks early on to avoid further damage to your home. Slab leaks are a common problem in homes even though copper piping is rated to last for 50 years when under ideal circumstances. So…Read More