How to Protect Your Home from Storm Water Runoff

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One of the greatest clean water challenges for Georgia homeowners is dealing with storm water runoff pollution. Not only can storm water runoff pollute our drinking water, waterways, streams, and aquatic ecosystems, but it can also contribute to flooding and water shortages by affecting groundwater. You can do your part in reducing some of these […]

Tips to Avoid Pipe Corrosion

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It’s a nightmarish scenario – you’re patching leaks like it’s your job, only to discover a new leak for each one you fix. You’re stuck in plumbing purgatory, wondering which of the plumbing gods you’ve angered to deserve such a punishing fate. Luckily, the experts at Bardi are here to rescue you from this hellish […]

Is a Tankless Water Heater Better?

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  One of the most important decisions a homeowner can make is whether to go tankless or stick with the tried and true storage water heater system. With the high upfront costs of a tankless water heater, you may find yourself asking: “Is a tankless water heater better?” The experts at Bardi understand how daunting […]

Why Your Hot Water Smells Strange

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  There are few things more alarming than turning on the tap and encountering a strong, foul-smelling odor. If this experience sounds familiar and you are looking for reasons why your hot water smells strange, then continue reading for some insights and solutions from the experts at Bardi.   Odor of Rotten Eggs Why Your […]

Why Does My Furnace Smell Like It’s Burning?

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We have all experienced that initial furnace smell that harkens the first official day of Fall and cooler weather. While the smell of something burning is usually a valid cause for concern, it is entirely normal for this smell to occur when you first turn on your furnace at the start of the cold weather […]