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Yes! Plumbing was Recently Featured on My News 3

We are committed to helping you conserve water in and around your home during this record-breaking drought. Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing was recently featured on My News 3 in Las Vegas, in support of Fix A Leak Week, which was March 16-22.

Fix A Leak Week was established by the Environmental Protection Agency in order to bring awareness to household water leaks as a national problem. Did you know that those seemingly innocuous leaks in your toilet, kitchen sink, or outdoor faucet may contribute to 10,000 gallons of wasted water in your home each year1?

Here are some steps you can take immediately to make sure you’re doing your part to conserve water. One of our very own plumbing technicians, Fernando Garcia recommends to:

  • Check your plumbing for any possible leaks, including under the sink, around faucets and in the bathroom. Call a plumbing professional to check your home’s plumbing, inside and out.
  • With the hotter weather, make sure to talk to your plumbing professional about insulating your home’s outdoor pipes and draining your water heater. These steps can help to save water this time of year.

To learn more about preventing leaks, check out the entire segment on My News 3:https://news3lv.com/

If you’d like to make an appointment with Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing, visit www.YesPlumbing.com or call us at (702) 382-2478.




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