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Wichita plumber offers tips to prevent high water bill

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) We told you last week about a Wichita woman whose water bill was $900 for the month of August. Her normal bill is around $40. The city’s Public Works office said the spike in her bill was likely due to a leaky toilet, but the woman still doesn’t know if that’s what caused the spike. Leaky toilets are a silent, but expensive problem many homeowners won’t even know they have until they see their water bill. Sean Beale, owner of Wichita Plumbing Co says there are signs you can look for both inside and outside that can indicate if you have a leak. “If you have water moving in…
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How Much Does It Cost to Add a Bathroom, Bedroom, and Other Home Additions?

How much does it cost to add a bathroom to your home? Or a bedroom or master suite? Because, let’s face it, standing in line to use the only toilet in your own house is never fun. So when your family outgrows your space or you’re just craving more room to stretch your legs, it may mean it’s time to shell out to build a home addition. But what are the true costs of home additions? Whatever type of space you want to build, check out this list, which outlines the range of prices you’ll pay to add to build out a bathroom, bedroom, or other home additions, plus relate…
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Plumbing work sparks fire in Millburn

Plumbing work caused a fire at a Millburn home Thursday afternoon that was put out in around 20 minutes, authorities said. To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs The presidents arrive for the President’s Cub, Paterson may (or may not) pick a new mayor and new management takes over Bergen Regional Medical Center – all in “8 things to know in New Jersey this weekend. John C. Ensslin No one was injured in the fire that started behind a wall on the second floor of the Canterbury Lane house around 12:30 p.m., Battalion Chief Tom Pizzano…
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RONALD L. NEFF

4 p.m. cutoff for emails and Memoriams submissions 3:30 p.m. cutoff for faxes, photos, and drop-offs AUSTINTOWN – A funeral service will be held on Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Higgins-Reardon Funeral Homes, Austintown Chapel for Ronald L. Neff, 79, who passed away Tuesday evening at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown. “Ron” was born Feb. 15, 1938, in Youngstown, a son of the Leroy and Twila (Snyder) Neff. Ron was a 1956 graduate of Chaney High School. He worked for the Mahoning County Board of Health as the plumbing inspector for 30 years. He was an Austintown volunteer with…
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 Posted on : September 29, 2017
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