Tag: FAQ


Trades professionals: How to manage service calls amid COVID-19

With Governor Steve Bullock’s shelter-in-place directive extended through at least April 24 — and the federal government’s social distancing guidelines taking us through at least the end of April — it’s clear that business-as-usual will not be returning anytime soon. We’ve previously published Coronavirus safety guidelines to follow across the trades, but we want to more »

DIY Plumbing: How To Clean Your Shower Head

Water flow issues — such as low water pressure in your kitchen faucet — can often be an easy fix. Luckily, if you’re having similar issues with your shower, you can likely fix the problem yourself. Oftentimes, if your home’s water source is a well or hard water, your shower head can get a lot more »

FAQ: What is safe to flush down the toilet?

The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a lot of confusion and misinformation. As toilet paper, wipes, and paper towels fly off the shelves, it’s important we clarify what you can safely flush down the toilet. Here are the facts: many things you might be flushing down your toilet could be clogging up your — and more »

How to Install the Flo by Moen: A Detailed Guide

Homeowners across Montana are calling us about the Moen Flo: a smart water shutoff valve and leak detection system that you can monitor through an app on your phone. The Flo can be a home-saver. If there’s a leak in your house, the Flo will detect it and shut off your water before any costly more »

How to Maintain Your Furnace: A Checklist

Up here in the Northwest, winter can drag on into March or even April. This means that having a quality heating system is pretty much a life-saver for much of the year. If you have a furnace, beware: there are many ways it can fail — or run up your heating bill — if it’s more »

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