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Like any appliance, your hot water heater will grow old and wear out. But before it reaches a disastrous sudden death, you should learn the warning signs that it’s critically ill.
Low water pressure can be a real nuisance. Filling a pot with water can feel like you’re filling the tub, and filling the tub can make you think twice about even bothering. There are numerous causes of low pressure, so it’s best to approach solutions systematically from the easiest to the most difficult.
They certainly have a dynamic look as they arch over a kitchen sink. They’re referred to as coil-spring or spring-spout faucets. The names come from the obviously high, curved spring that serves as a spout while supporting a flexible hose within.
So you’ve come to grips with the fact that your upcoming kitchen or bath overhaul is beyond your scope and needs a professional touch. But the thought of hiring a contractor brings to mind the numerous horror stories of friends and neighbors whose remodeling dreams turned into nightmares.
How do you know when it’s time to set the plunger aside and instead, take the plunge of buying a new toilet? Usually it’s when a serious problem forces you into the decision. That may be too late. Some toilet problems are an easy fix; others are a clear signal that it’s time to replace.
For this inspirational Customer Highlight, we’d like to introduce you to Garrison Groustra. Garrison is a Minnesotan who has a passion for photography and a keen eye for design.
When they debuted in the 1960s, non-stick Teflon pans turned the cookware industry upside down faster than you can flip a hotcake.
MR Direct has always provided a number of tools to help you work through the confusion of buying a sink or faucet that suits you. The toolbox includes product descriptions, live chat, reviews, and even blogs like this one. Now another tool is being added.
Who is MR Direct? Well, we get a lot of consumers asking just that. We’re pleased that there is so much interest in our company’s products and services, and so we would like to address the top ten inquiries received by our customer service reps.
Are you a fan of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ HGTV show Fixer Upper? We sure are! And we’re thrilled to share that, during a recent episode, MR Direct provided a product that was used in Chip and Jojo’s renovation in the episode, “Touchdown for a Family in Need.”
As H. Jackson Brown Jr. once said, “Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more.” And recently, a team of MR Direct employees experienced the happiness of volunteering for a great cause, presented by Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity.
Of course we are all familiar with salt. It’s the most popular seasoning in the world and vital to life.