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You woke up late. You're trying to get the kids out the door for school and get yourself to work. You are obviously in a huge hurry. You go to brush your teeth before you leave, and… oh, no.
The drain is clogged.
Or worse, you flush the toilet and it doesn’t drain—it starts to overflow!
Finally! Summer is here… flowers in full bloom, outdoor barbeques, the kids are out of school.
Oh, and the hot, humid, sweltering days.
We have emerged from the dark, cold winter. We have enjoyed the cool spring. The heat of summer has arrived, so you go to turn on your air conditioning for the first time all year, and… nothing.
It is easy to take your heating and air conditioning systems for granted—that is, until the weather turns scorching hot or freezing cold and they aren’t working properly.
We’ve all experienced it… your toilet flushes and refills just fine, but then it won’t stop running. Or perhaps it stops running, only to start again in a few minutes, and it does so over and over.
The running sound gets annoying. It wastes water. Worst of all, it’s not good for the toilet.
But is the jiggle-the-handle trick the best way to stop it?
Allergy sufferers in Northern Virginia will be all too familiar with the uncomfortable feeling of a dripping nose and itchy eyes as spring gets into full swing this year. The pollen is in the air and the weather heats up, and rather than enjoying yourself you find your self sneezing into a tissue and rubbing your eyes.
When it comes to power outages, you really don’t want to take too many risks.
It’s easy to forget how much we rely on electricity in our daily lives. When the power goes down there’s no hot water, no heat, no light and even no phones or Internet.
It could be said that if you want to bring civilization to its knees, all you have to do is cause a complete failure of all the indoor plumbing. It wouldn’t take long before everything would grind to a halt when the toilet won’t flush.
When you search on Google, do you ever think about the servers that are allowing you to search the Internet? When you log into your work server from home to do some paperwork on the weekend, do you think about the server chugging away in a dark server room you never visit?